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Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the musculoskeletal system in animals.

State-of-the-art veterinary orthopedic services

We use advanced diagnostic techniques, such as x-rays, magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography to accurately identify problems with the bones, joints, muscles and connective tissues.

State-of-the-art veterinary orthopedic services


Comprehensive and preventive veterinary medicine, 360º attentionall in one structure.

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First Aid and Emergencies

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Rainbow Rooms


Sterilization and Neutering

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

The almost 2000m2 structure, the largest in southern Switzerland, has 5 examination rooms, 2 operating rooms, rooms with advanced imaging diagnostic equipment (CT, MRI), X-ray and ultrasound equipment, physiotherapy, alternative therapies and chemotherapy .  

La Trinità has a large separate waiting room for cats, NAC and dogs. Also an emergency room equipped to deal with the most complex and urgent cases.

Cutting-edge eco-sustainable structure

Responsible Veterinary Doctor



How to tell if my dog has a dislocated/fractured leg?

Look for any lameness, difficulty bearing weight on one leg, changes in your pet's walk or behavior. If you notice any of these signs, it is essential to have your pet undergo a veterinary orthopedic evaluation to identify a dislocation/fracture and determine the appropriate treatment.

Treatment may include weight management, pain medications, physical therapy, and in some cases, surgery. A veterinarian specializing in orthopedics will evaluate the severity of the dysplasia and recommend a personalized treatment plan to improve the pet's quality of life.

Recovery time varies depending on the type of surgery and the specific condition of the animal. It can vary from weeks to months. Your veterinarian will provide a detailed timetable and guidelines for post-operative care which may include activity limitations and rehabilitation therapy.

Whether orthopedic surgery can be avoided through physiotherapy or rehabilitation will depend on the specific nature of the pet's orthopedic condition. In some cases, physical therapy and rehabilitation can help strengthen the affected muscles, improve mobility and reduce discomfort, thus avoiding the need for surgery. However, it is essential to consult a veterinarian specializing in orthopedics to evaluate the animal's condition and determine the most suitable approach to its treatment.