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TTA (Tibial Tuberosity Advancement)
Cranial cruciate ligament deficiency (like a "torn ACL" in humans) in the dog is the most common orthopedic lameness seen in practice today.
The Iron Mountain Animal Hospital is proud to announce we are now performing the Tibial Tuberosity Advancement Procedure (TTA) on dogs with ruptured cranial cruciate ligaments.
For a complete look at the information explaining the TTA surgery that we are now doing at IMAH, or to print out the TTA brochure, please click on the link below: