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Expanding Veterinary Team at SyncThermology

Monday, February 19, 2018  ‹ Back To Latest News List

At SyncThermology we have always understood the importance of using thermography correctly and providing all our clients with a report which is fully analysed and reported on by a member of our veterinary team.  Veterinary interpretation is crucial when using thermography to ensure that the client receives a report which is both accurate and objective, and one which has taken into account previous clinical history and current clinical signs, backed by veterinary knowledge and training.  This ensures clients are provided with a report which their own vet can utilise fully moving forward with investigation or treatment.

As demand for our service continues to grow and expand we are delighted that Alice Sheldon BVM&S BSc MSc Cert EP Cert ES(Orth) MRCVS has joined our veterinary interpretation team.

 

Alice Sheldon BVM&S BSc MSc Cert EP Cert ES(Orth) MRCVS

Advanced Practitioner in Equine Practice and Orthopaedic Surgery

Alice joined SyncThermology's veterinary interpretation team in 2017 following several first hand experiences using thermography in equine practice.

Alice qualified from Edinburgh University in 2003 with a first class honours Bachelors degree in Zoology and Psychology from Bristol University and a Masters degree in Animal Behaviour and Animal Welfare. She has worked exclusively in equine practice and obtained her Certificate in Equine Practice three years after graduation. Her particular interests lie in lameness diagnosis and orthopaedic surgery and after a further five years of working in busy equine hospitals she gained her Certificate in Orthopaedic Surgery.

She now works as a senior clinician and surgeon at Towcester Equine Vets in Northamptonshire. The practice encorporates Onley Equine Vets in Warwickshire and collectively covers an extensive geographical area in the Midlands with a diverse client base and case load. Alice is currently working alongside the recognised specialist in equine surgery, Cedric Chan, to further develop the surgical services available at Towcester Veterinary Centre.

Alice lives with her husband and fellow vet Mike, two daughters, three ponies, a very cheeky terrier and a cat and has a busy life outside work. In addition to riding, she has chosen ultramarathon running as her main relaxation hobby over the last three years and loves exploring new trails around the country.