About the Author
An Auburn University veterinary school graduate, Dr. Carnes interned at University of Missouri-Columbia. In 2008, she completed her neurology/neurosurgery residency and received a master’s degree in biomedical science from Auburn University. She received her Neurology Board Certification in 2009 and her neurosurgery certificate from the ACVIM in 2014. She has been published in several peer-reviewed journals and provides continuing education seminars nationally. Dr. Carnes’ professional interests include neuro-oncologic surgeries of the brain and spinal cord, seizure management, Chiari-like malformation/syringomyelia, and pain management. She also has a special interest in non-invasive advanced imaging procedures of the brain and spinal cord, specifically high-field MRI.
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Head tilt in dogs is a clinical presentation that most veterinarians encounter frequently in practice, most often due to dysfunction of the vestibular system.