Thank you for participating in the Antinol observation trial.
We have started this project to study the effects of Antinol on canine & feline mobility issues. We monitor the trial data frequently, and look forward to seeing how Antinol works for you. Please use the menu below to begin.
NOTE: Doctors/Nurses must identify, enroll, and handout PCSO-524/Antinol samples to patients they enroll into the Pet Mobility Study.
PLEASE KNOW: We will NOT send PCSO-524/Antinol samples to your patients directly.
B. Duncan X. Lascelles BSc, BVSC, PhD, MRCVS, CertVA, DSAS(ST), Diplomate ECVS, Diplomate ACVS Professor of Surgery and Pain Management Director, Comparative Pain Research Program North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Raleigh, NC, 27606. His research program develops methods to measure pain in cats, and seeks to understand what is causing the pain in order to develop new, effective and safe therapies. He is passionate about improving pain control in cats, and about educating and involving their care-givers in this mission.
Dr. Brian Beale DVM DACVS is one of America’s most in-demand veterinary specialists in the field of orthopedics and pain management. Dr. Brian Beale is a Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon and Orthopedic Specialist. He is a co-author of the industry standard textbook, Small Animal Arthroscopy, and gives appearances at conferences around the world to talk about Orthopedics.