Your new local partner for Veterinary Neurology and Advanced Imaging
Bush Veterinary Neurology Service (BVNS) is open within the Cherokee Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in Woodstock, GA.
Appointments available. Call now to schedule at 678-400-0042
What you should know about BVNS Atlanta
• Available: Open 6 days a week. Offering appointments, same-day MRI and surgery.
• Accessible: Call us! We are eager to provide consultation on cases that may or may not be able to get to BVNS.
• Advanced Diagnostics: On-Site MRI
• Experience: With a team of Board-Certifed Veterinary Neurologists, we are privileged to help thousands of pets and their owners each year.
• Superior Service: At BVNS, we are committed to providing you, your clients and your patients the best neurologic care and superior service.
P: 678-400-0042 F:678-621-2770
Casey Neary, DVM,DACVIM (Neurology)
Dr. Neary received his undergraduate degree in Wildlife Sciences from Auburn University where he graduated #1 in his class. He went on to attended the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2009. During his time at Georgia, Dr. Neary was awarded many honors including the prestigious Veterinarian of The Year award in 2009. Dr. Neary entered a small animal internship at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals followed by a neurology internship with Bush Veterinary Neurology Service. After his internship, he was accepted into the Bush Veterinary Neurology Service Residency program. Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Neary continued with BVNS as a staff neurologist. Outside of work He loves the outdoors, college football (War Eagle!) and cooking. Dr. Neary returns home to Georgia with his wife, two sons and their two cats, Noodles and Gouda.
Erin Akin, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)
Dr. Akin’s passion for neurology was sparked by an unexpected interested in freshman neurology and neuroanatomy classes in vet school. Dr. Akin received her DVM from Auburn University in Alabama and went on to complete a rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship in Florida. After her neurology residency at Mississippi State University, Dr. Akin remained as a clinical instructor lecturing on topics such as degenerative myelopathy, cerebellar disease, vestibular disease and seizures. She also helped fourth year veterinary students with national board preparation and in her free time volunteered for Dachshund Rescue and the Humane Society. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Dr. Akin enjoys putting together all the pieces to diagnose neurologic disorders. She is particularly interested in intervertebral disc disease and Chiari-like malformations.
Continuing Education Events:
Are you a Georgia veterinary professional? Are you looking for FREE continuing education? Do you want to learn more about neurology?
We’ve got you covered!
Join Dr. Erin Akin and Dr. Casey Neary for a FREE neurological continuing education event and earn 3 hours of RACE approved continuing education credits. Three opportunities to attend.
Click HERE for more detailed information and to RSVP today!
We are busy planning even more CE Events for 2017. Check back for more updates.
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