South Shore Equine Clinic & Diagnostic Center
Equine Veterinary Services South Shore Boston Massachusetts

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Aloisio C. D. Bueno, M.V., M.S., Diplomate ACVS
Dr. Aloisio Bueno

Dr. Aloisio (Al) Bueno is a native of Brazil and he received his Veterinary Degree in 1992 from Unoeste University.  He worked for two years in equine private practice before completing a one year internship in Equine Medicine & Surgery at Louisiana State University (LSU) in 1995. Following his internship, Dr. Bueno completed a Master’s of Science (MS) degree in veterinary clinical sciences at LSU in 1998. Additionally, he completed a one year Large Animal Fellowship in medicine and surgery at Oregon State University in 1999.  Immediately following his fellowship Dr. Bueno completed a three year Equine Surgical Residency Program at the University of California (UC-Davis) in 2002.  Dr. Bueno returned to LSU in 2002 as a Clinical Instructor in Equine Surgery. He successfully completed his specialty board certification through the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) in 2003. After 3 years of teaching and performing emergency surgeries at LSU, Dr. Bueno became one of the staff surgeons and held a Lecturer position in Large Animal Surgery at the University of Florida in Gainesville (2005-2007).  Dr. Bueno also completed advanced study in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the equine musculoskeltal system in CouerD/alene, Idaho in 2007.  Most recently, he was a surgeon at The Morrie Waud Equine Center, an equine surgical facility associated with the University of Wisconsin (UW) from 2007-2010. Dr. Bueno’s current position is the Staff Surgeon at South Shore Equine Clinic & Diagnostic Center.

Dr. Aloisio Bueno

Dr. Bueno has done extensive research and has published over 20 articles  His areas of research include colic and associated gastro-intestinal issues, endotoxemia, orthopedic devices, laminitis, and distal limb perfusion.  His professional interests include colic and other emergency surgery, lameness diagnosis, diagnostic imaging (X-rays, ultrasound, MRI, bone scans) and poor performance issues.

When not working and savings lives, Dr. Bueno enjoys cooking, movies, sporting clays, and spending time with friends and family.

 

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