East Carolina Veterinary Service

Bella Vista Equine

Our Doctors

Elizabeth Martinsen, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACT

Elizabeth Martinsen received her DVM degree in 1989 from Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio p Janeiro, South america. After 2 yrs privately practice in South america she went after a Masters Degree in equine reproduction at Texas A&M College, College Station (1993). Throughout the summer time of 1997 Dr. Martinsen completed a 3-year residency program in the Ohio Condition College where she received advanced learning animal reproduction in addition to becoming a clinical instructor. While at Ohio Condition Dr. Martinsen grew to become a Diplomate from the American College of Theriogenology. Right from the start of 1998 to late 1999 Dr. Martinsen labored privately practice for Particularly Equine Veterinary Services in Buellton, California. Dr. Martinsen was associated with Firethorn Equine Services, Lancaster, Ohio, until 2005 when she founded Bella Vista Equine Reproductive Services. This Year, Dr. Martinsen made the decision to grow Bella Vista Equine Reproductive Services and created Bella Vista Equine Veterinary Services together with her partner, Dr. Peter Meuse. Dr. Elizabeth Martinsen also can serve as adjunct professor in reproductive medicine towards the Ohio Condition College, College of Veterinary Medicine.

Peter Meuse, DVM

Dr. Peter Meuse was raised in Lancaster, Ohio where he accepted his passion for horses by competing in the Grand Prix level in stadium jumping. He received his DVM degree in the Ohio Condition College, where also, he received his Bachelor's of Science degree in Zoology. He completed an equine surgical, medical, and ambulatory internship at Littleton Equine Clinic in Littleton, Colorado, working with a few of the nation's foremost experts on equine lameness. Dr. Meuse labored for Bella Vista Equine in 2005 alongside Dr. Elizabeth Martinsen and lately entered partnership with Dr. Martinsen developing Bella Vista Equine Veterinary Services. He's special curiosity about lameness, internal medicine, chiropractic care care and acupuncture. His background with top-level equine sports athletes has prepared him to identify and treat most equine conditions.

Nick Hudson, DVM

Dr. Nick Hudson joins Bella Vista Equine Services from Reata Equine Hospital in Weatherford Texas. Dr. Hudson received his physician of veterinary medicine degree in the Ohio Condition College. After graduation, he completed an equine surgical, medical, and ambulatory internship at Littleton Equine Clinic in Littleton, Colorado, where he labored alongside a few of the nation's leading lameness physicians.
Dr. Hudson is really a farrier in addition to a vet, and that he brings this excellent method of lameness to Bella Vista Equine. He completed farrier school at Cornell College, where he was trained by Mike Wildenstein, CJF, FWCF (Hon). While at Reata, Dr. Hudson labored within their Podiatry Center with Dr. Britt Conklin, controlling podiatry cases including severe laminitis, navicular syndrome (caudal heel discomfort), and conformational hoof defects. He likes working carefully with proprietors and farriers to help keep our equine buddies comfortable and dealing in their best.
Dr. Nick Hudson includes a special curiosity about podiatry, lameness, and internal medicine. He looks forward serving equine sports athletes as well as their proprietors in central Ohio.

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