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What to Expect at RMVN

When your appointment is scheduled, our coordinator will ask for all pertinent information, so that your pet’s file will be ready when you arrive. Your initial office appointment is scheduled for 30-40 minutes. Please plan to arrive early.

After checking in at our front desk, one of our certified technicians will introduce themselves, weigh your pet, and then escort you to one of our examination rooms. The technician will obtain a temperature, pulse and respirations of your pet, and ask you a few brief questions to get an understanding of the reason for your visit. Dr. Lane will obtain a more detailed medical history when he performs his examination.

After performing a thorough physical and neurological evaluation, Dr. Lane will spend the remainder of the time discussing his findings, considered causes, diagnostic and treatment options, and answer questions.

Following your visit, Dr. Lane will generate a detailed letter regarding your visit. This will be forwarded to your veterinarian, so they have a complete record of our findings and remain involved in the future care of your pet.

How Do I Prepare for
My Vet Appointment

To make your appointment time more effective, we ask that you arrive 15-20 minutes prior to your appointment time to fill out all necessary paperwork. There are also a few important items you should bring along with you to improve the value of your appointment. Obtaining a copy of your pet’s most recent medical records, including all recent laboratory testing, or having them faxed or e-mailed prior to your appointment should be part of your homework before arrival. We also prompt your veterinarian for all records at the time you schedule your appointment. If your veterinarian has taken recent radiographs, or if there are advanced imaging studies (CT, MRI), we request that you bring these studies on CD or have them forwarded by email for your appointment. We recommend that you bring all current medications and dosages to your appointment. For patients experiencing seizures, please bring a record of your pet’s seizure history.

RMVN Visiting Hours

Before coming to visit your pet, we ask that you first speak with a neurology technician. For patients recovering from spinal surgery, we often advise against visiting during the first 24 hours following surgery. RMVN has designated visiting hours. Call ahead of your visit to make sure the timing is right. You will receive an information packet describing our service, recommendations and hospital guidelines. Please contact our coordinator or a technician, with any questions you may have.

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It is important to bring as much current information regarding your pet’s condition as possible. If available, bring a copy of your pet’s medical records, current blood work, and any imaging studies. And, downloading Neurology’s Patient Intake Form and filling it out completely will help facilitate your first visit.

How To Complete Intake Form:

Click here to open and download PDF form (New Patient Intake Form)

Upon completion, you can scan the completed form and email or fax to our office.

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Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurologist, Best Animal Vet Neurologist, Steve Lane

Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology
3550 South Inca Street
Englewood, CO 80110

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CLINIC HOURS: Call to schedule Appointment, Diagnostics, Laboratory Testing


AFTER-HOURS & ER: Please contact our Main Number 303-874-2081 or the VRCC located across the street from us 303-874-7387




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