Dr. William E. Feeman III is a veterinarian at Animal Medical Centre of Medina in Medina, OH. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelors of Science in Zoology and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. He has published articles in the peer reviewed journals Veterinary Medicine (Idiosyncrasies in Greyhounds that Can Affect their Medical Care; Subjective Review of Chemical Restraint and Anesthetic Protocols Used for Blood Donations in Cats; Using a Dental Root Elevator to Remove Footpad Corns in Dogs: Two Practitioners' Experience) and Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Serum Creatinine Concentrations in Retired Racing Greyhounds) and is a regular contributor to Celebrating Greyhounds Magazine.
He and his wife, Amy, have two sons, William and Patrick and one dog, Lady. Dr. Feeman enjoys going for walks with his family and playing and watching almost any sport. Dr. Feeman is also an active volunteer for Greyhound Adoption of Ohio and a member of Veterinarians for Retired Racing Greyhounds. His specific veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. He emphasizes client education and the role that plays in the human-animal bond.
ServicesOur Medina veterinary hospital offers a wide range of diagnostic services. Our in-house lab is able to do hemograms, profiles, electrolytes and coagulation testing. We have two biomicroscopes, a centrifuge and full urinalysis capabilities. We offer cutting edge digital radiography and ultrasonography. The advatages of digital radiography over traditional x-rays taken with film include: faster imaging, ability to enhance or adjust images obtained, images are easily stored and shared with clients or other veterinarians and pets are exposed to less radiation when compared to traditional radiographs. Our ultrasound unit is able to produce 3-D images when appropriate and is equipped with colorflow Doppler. We can use our ultrasound to evaluate the abdomen or heart and in specific cases it allows us to obtain aspirates or biopsies without having to make a surgical incision.
Endoscopy with our Olympus endoscope enables us to look down the trachea and esophagus. We are able to search the stomach, small intestines and colon for foreign bodies and tumors. Like our ultrasound unit, we can excise a biopsy with the endoscope with no surgical incision.
Our veterinarians can check for glaucoma in your pet by measuring the eye pressure with our Tonopen. Animal Medical Centre of Medina, Inc. specializes in a full line of soft tissue and orthopedic surgical procedures.
Our surgical suite uses blood pressure, respiratory and heart rate monitors, in addition to an EKG and pulse oximeter to continuously monitor your pet during surgery. The surgery suite also features heated surgical tables, three anesthesia machines, piped oxygen,defribrillator, autocalve and incubator.
Animal Medical Centre provides state of the art surgical care with its CO2 surgical laser system. Laser surgery means less bleeding, pain and a faster recovery.
The doctors and staff stress preventive dental care for your pets. Proper dental hygiene is important to the good health of your pet. We perfom routine cleanings with our ultrasonic scaler and use a high speed dental drill if needed for extractions. We also are able to perform root canals, capping of fractured teeth, pulpectomies and offer digital dental radiography.
Doctor Freeman 111,DVM is the most knowledgeable, personable & caring doctor who treats your dog like it’s his own!! Doctor Freeman explains everything...excellent listener. Our doggie, hubby & myself are so happy with Doctor Feeman!
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