Dr. Cynthia Henriquez Is Now a Fellow of the American Laser Study Club
We are thrilled to acknowledge the accomplishment of Cynthia Henriquez, DVM, who has attained the Fellow designation at the American Laser Study Club (ALSC). This Fellow recognition is conferred to those demonstrating a thorough understanding of laser surgery fundamentals and safety protocols, verified by successfully passing the ALSC and LIA (Laser Institute of America) examinations. Please follow this link to gain further insight into the ALSC Fellow status and view the complete list of ALSC fellows.
About Dr. Henriquez
Dr. Cynthia Henriquez received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010, graduating with honors. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree, also with honors, from The University of Miami. After graduating from veterinary college, she took part in an optional rotating internship at a specialty hospital in South Florida.
As a veterinary student, Dr. Henriquez co-authored the following published papers: “Excision of a congenital laryngeal cyst in a five-month-old dog via a lateral extraluminal approach” and “Comparison of short-term complication rates between dogs and cats undergoing appositional single-layer or inverting double-layer cystotomy closure: 144 cases (1993-2010).” She also participated in mission trips with the Christian Veterinary Mission to Africa and India. During her undergraduate, she spent one month teaching English to local Sherpa families in Nepal.
Her special interests include laser surgery and dentistry because she believes the dramatic, often immediate difference that can be made is so rewarding.
In her free time, Dr. Henriquez enjoys attending veterinary conferences and hands-on labs, traveling and experiencing other cultures, teaching kids at her church’s AWANA program, and spending time with her husband, children, and pets.
Learn more about Dr. Henriquez at midcountyvet.com.