Palm Beach Equine Clinic (PBEC) is proud to offer satellite services to its clients throughout North America and abroad all year-round. An industry leader in horse sport veterinary medicine, PBEC features a renowned list of veterinarians who are experts in their respective fields and service clientele across various horse sport disciplines. The veterinarians of PBEC are passionate about assisting clients at home, as well as at all major national and international competitions, making every effort to be there for their clients wherever they may be.
“At Palm Beach Equine Clinic, we are extremely dedicated to our clients and the well-being of their horses,” said Dr. Scott Swerdlin, President of Palm Beach Equine Clinic. “The expertise and services of our veterinarians are accessible year-round, not only during the busy Florida winter season. With many of our top professionals on the road this summer, our clients will have access to their services nationwide. We pride ourselves on offering cutting-edge technology and diagnostics, and working in tandem with other veterinarians to ensure that the health of the horse comes first.”
PBEC’s team of veterinarians includes specialists who are Board Certified in Surgery, Radiology, Internal medicine, and Ophthalmology. The veterinarians and staff of PBEC are respected throughout the industry for their advanced level of care and steadfast commitment to the horses and their owners.
Many of PBEC’s knowledgeable veterinarians will be traveling this summer and will be accessible to clients nationwide. While on the road this summer, PBEC’s top veterinarians will be able to provide services such as lameness examinations, emergency calls, pre-purchase examinations, performance enhancement therapies such as chiropractic and acupuncture, and much more.
Dr. Bryan Dubynsky will be busy in the Northeast and Tri-State area this season, available at many of the nation’s top horse shows. Dr. Dubynsky will provide his services at major events including the Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Shows, the Devon Horse Show, the Upperville Horse Show, the Lake Placid Horse Shows, the Hampton Classic Horse Show, and the American Gold Cup.
Dr. Richard Wheeler will attend the Split Rock Jumping Tour CSI 3* in May. Additionally, Dr. Wheeler, along with Dr. Bob Brusie, Dr. Jorge Gomez, Dr. Jamie McAnly, Dr. Tyler Davis, Dr. Sam Miles, Dr. Ryan Lukens, Dr. Sarah Allendorf, and Dr. Alex Emerson, will all share the duties caring for the horses competing at the Kentucky Horse Park and the Tryon International Equestrian Center this spring, summer, and fall.
Dr. Bob Brusie, Dr. Alex Emerson, and Dr. Ryan Lukens will additionally split their time in Traverse City, Michigan, throughout July and August for the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival and the Traverse City Horse Show. Dr. Brusie will also attend the USEF Pony Finals at the Kentucky Horse Park in August.
Dr. Kathleen Timmins will spend her summer from June through August in Middleburg, Virginia, where her husband John Gobin runs the Great Meadow Polo Club and also has a polo school. Dr. Timmins helps with the club and the horses there, and is licensed in Virginia so that she can work with her clients from PBEC in the surrounding areas. While in Virginia, Dr. Timmins also attends the competitions at HITS Culpeper throughout the summer.
PBEC’s President, Dr. Scott Swerdlin, will travel to some of the nation’s top competitions this year as well, offering his services at the Tryon International Equestrian Center’s dressage events in August and September.
Internationally, PBEC’s Dr. Jorge Gomez will serve his clientele in different countries throughout the year. Dr. Gomez will be attending the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to support several of his clients and horses. As horses and riders around the world prepare for the Games, Dr. Gomez is working with the Venezuelan and Colombian teams to make sure that their horses are in top form.
No matter where their clients travel, PBEC is dedicated to providing world-class care for its equine patients. With locations in Wellington, Florida, and Long Island, New York, in addition to satellite operations throughout the United States, Palm Beach Equine Clinic has been providing exceptional equine medical care with an unwavering commitment to the horse for more than 30 years. PBEC’s goal is to keep horses healthy and happy while extending their performance careers through innovative veterinary services and state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging and surgical equipment.
PBEC’s strong team of veterinarians includes industry leaders, many of whom are frequently published in popular equine magazines and veterinary journals. This dedication to their vocation has helped PBEC grow from a single location in Florida to the expansion of nationwide services.