To refer a patient or request a quick consultation, please call the office directly or submit a request through the online form below. We will respond to your request within 24 hours.
Animal Vision Center of Virginia is conducting a clinical trial to determine if the non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory medication Ketorolac influences the time for canine corneal ulcer healing. If your patient has been diagnosed with a superficial ulcer, indolent ulcer, or mid-stromal ulcer without malacia or significant infiltrates (deep stromal ulcers and descemetoceles are excluded), refer within 24 hours and we will offer reduced-cost visits and study medication for clinical trial participation. This includes 50% off initial visit and study medication, plus 30% off recheck visits and refills of study medication. We have allotted time in our schedule to accommodate same-day referrals.
For more information, you can visit our clinical trial webpage (opens in a separate window so that your form progress is not cancelled): animalvisioncenterva.com/nsaid-clinical-trial
To qualify for the clinical trial, it's important that the candidate has been diagnosed with a corneal ulcer and has just begun treatment with the following required therapy associated with their diagnosis (by the referring veterinarian or AVCVA):
Upon submitting this form, please call our office at 757-749-4838 if this is an urgent case.
If you prefer, you may fill out our downloadable form (below) and print to bring with you to your appointment or fax to 757-932-9325