Yves Samoy graduated in 2003 cum laude as veterinary surgeon at Ghent University, Belgium. After graduation, he continued to work at Ghent University at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Medical Imaging and Small Animal Orthopaedics to improve his orthopedic skills. From 2006 to June 2012 he was a full time assistant in the Orthopedic department. During this period, He laid the basis of the physiotherapy and rehabilitation unit at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
Under the guidance of Prof. Dr. B. Van Ryssen he finished his PhD on Elbow incongruity in the dog in 2011. Since July 2012 he is Doctoral Assistant in the Orthopedic department and is involved in all kinds of orthopedic surgery including arthroscopy. He is also the developing surgeon behind the TTA Rapid technique. Since 2015 he is CCRP certified by Ghent University and in charge of the Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Unit.
Yves Samoy is author or co-author of several orthopaedic publications in international journals and you can see him on one of his numerous lectures and courses on Orthopaedics, small animal arthroscopy, and Physio/Rehab.