Meet "Dr. P" | Mobile Vet Surgeon

Dr. Pooya (Chief of Surgery at Greenbriar Veterinary Hospital in Urbana, MD) is available to perform mobile veterinary surgery throughout the state of Maryland, including orthopedic and soft tissue surgical case consultations, diagnostics, and surgeries, as well as postoperative care & long-term management of pets, cats & dogs. These mobile veterinary services are made available throughout Maryland.

Dr. Pooya returned to Maryland, where he was born & raised, after 16 years of education & training across the nation, including nearly six years of post-doctorate surgical training. In addition to performing surgery, his training also involved the process of seeing surgical appointments, doing surgical consultations for other veterinarians, and scheduling follow-up visits postoperatively to help ensure the desired surgical outcome and optimal benefits for your pet.

 

Having graduated from the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine as a member of Phi Zeta (the National Veterinary Honor Society) in 1999, he then completed a small animal internship at Cornell University's Hospital for Animals and a one-year surgical internship at Affiliated Veterinary Specialists in Jacksonville, FL. 

He has authored numerous publications in various veterinary journals, many of which have been presented at international surgical conferences.   The bulk of this work stemmed from the orthopedic fellowship he completed at the J.D. Wheat Veterinary Orthopedic Laboratory at U.C. Davis in CA.  Dr. Pooya obtained 30 months of surgical residency training at both U.C. Davis (one day per week) and a large specialty referral practice in nearby San Leandro, CA.

“Biomechanical comparison of orthofix pins and cortical bone screws in a canine humeral condylar fracture model.”

Vida JT, Pooya H, Vasseur PB, Garcia TC, Schulz K, Stover SM.

Vet Surg. 2005 Sep-Oct; 34(5):491-8.

 

“Accuracy of computerized tomographic evaluation of canine radio-ulnar incongruence in vitro.”

Holsworth IG, Wisner ER, Scherrer WE, Filipowitz D, Kass PH, Pooya H, Larson RF, Schulz KS.

Vet Surg. 2005 Mar-Apr; 34(2):108-13.

 

“Biomechanical comparison of cortical radial graft versus ulnar transposition graft limb-sparing techniques for the distal radial site in dogs.”

Pooya HA, Seguin B, Mason DR, Walsh PJ, Taylor KT, Kass PH, Stover SM.

Vet Surg. 2004 Jul-Aug; 33(4):301-8.

 

“Retrospective analysis of canine miniature total hip prostheses.”

Warnock JJ, Dyce J, Pooya H, Schulz KS.

Vet Surg. 2003 May-Jun; 32(3):285-91.

 

“Short-term evaluation of dorsal acetabular augmentation in 10 canine total hip replacements.”

Pooya HA, Schulz KS, Wisner ER, Montavon P, Jackson J.

Vet Surg. 2003 Mar-Apr; 32(2):142-52.

 

“What’s Your Diagnosis?”

Hooman A. Pooya, DVMJamie R. Bellah, DVM, DACVSRose M. Threatte, VMD

JAVMA. August 15, 2001, Vol. 219, No. 4, Pages 441-442.

 

“Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Small Animal Medicine: Clinical Applications dogs, cats.”

Hooman Pooya, Patrick R. Gavin, Bernard Séguin, Karen M. Swalec Tobias, Russell L. Tucker

Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian. April 2004

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