Veterinary Neurology & MRI

Neurological disorders often are as challenging to diagnose and treat in dogs and cats as they are in humans, which leads many primary care veterinarians to rely on the expertise of Neurologists and Neurosurgeons.

We are pleased to offer a full-time Neurology service and MRI Imaging led by Board Certified Neurologist, Dr. Philip Cohen.

Dr. Cohen is experienced in a variety of procedures including:

• Surgery for Intervertebral Disc Disease
• Tumor Removal from the brain
• Tumor Removal from the spine
• Corrective Surgery for malformations
• Spinal Fracture Repair
• Seizure Management & Control

He is available for consultations and appointments 4 days a week.

MRI

• High-field MRI generates faster scan times and higher quality images
• Allows more accurate diagnoses of nervous system abnormalities
• Enables more specific treatment plans for the underlying condition

Philip Cohen VMD, DACVIM
NEUROLOGIST

FULL BIO


Patient History Form

Mount Laurel Animal Hospital welcomes you as a new client of our Neurology Department, proudly led by our board-certified neurologist and neurosurgeon Dr. Philip Cohen! We thank you for entrusting us with the care of your beloved furry friend! In preparation for your pet’s initial consultation, please complete the questionnaire below to the best of your ability. When your form has been received, you will get a confirmation email from our team. Please submit this form within 24-48 hours of your pet’s visit. We will take care of contacting your primary care veterinarian to obtain all of your pet’s formal medical records and test results, but if there are any other additional files you’d like us to review, they can be emailed to us at this address as well. We look forward to meeting you soon!

Client Information

Patient Information

Patient Medical History

Seizure History
This section need only be completed if your pet has a history of seizures or seizure-like episodes. If your pet has never had a seizure or any event resembling a seizure, you may skip or delete this section.

Has your pet exhibited any new or unusual behavior at any time in between the seizure episodes?