“You have created this magnificent study program with excellent teachers that are so interested in us learning. The atmosphere in class, the way you all teach and are open to all our needs, makes it an extraordinary learning experience. You should be very proud!"
–Yael Avidan, DVM, CCRT,
Cancun, Mexico


“You have identified top-notch clinicians for each module. ...
I am glad I went with your program."

–Holly Greene, PT, PhD,
San Leandro, California
Faculty  
 
Janet B. Van Dyke, DVM, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, CCRT, CEO
jan@caninerehabinstitute.com
janet.van_dyke@colostate.edu

Dr. Janet Van Dyke is a 1981 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed her internship and surgical residency at the Animal Medical Center in New York City in 1984. Practicing orthopedics and sports medicine, Dr. Van Dyke saw many canine patients that could benefit from rehabilitation therapy. In 2002, she founded the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. to train and certify veterinarians, physical therapists, veterinary technicians, and physical therapist assistants in canine rehabilitation.

Dr. Van Dyke lectures nationally and internationally and consults regularly with state veterinary and physical therapy boards on legislature issues related to veterinary rehabilitation. She is currently serving on the board of directors of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) and is on the steering committee for the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.

In 2010, Dr. Van Dyke was named an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Clinical Sciences at Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Faculty members of the department elected Dr. Van Dyke to a three-year affiliate faculty appointment.

Janet B. Van Dyke
 
Maria C. Caiozzo, CCRTechnician
rehab4paws@mac.com

Maria Caiozzo has worked in canine rehabilitation since receiving her certification from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2004. Her primary focus is on neurologic, orthopedic and sporting conditions. For the past two years, she has concentrated on the rehabilitation of dogs using orthotic and prosthetic devices.

In 2007, Maria founded Balanced Canine Products, LLC, offering premier therapeutic exercise and modality equipment to rehabilitation therapists and their clients.

Maria has assisted Dr. Van Dyke at CRI since 2004 and teaches in The Canine Rehabilitation Assistant course.

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Maria C. Caiozzo
 
Dennis D. Caywood, DVM, MS, CCRT, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
dennis.caywood@pfizer.com

Dr. Caywood received a DVM from the University of Missouri in 1975 and a MS in Surgery, Radiology and Anesthesiology from the University of Minnesota in 1978. After completing a small animal internship and surgical residency at the University of Minnesota in 1978, he joined their faculty in the Department of Small Animal Surgery. He was certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1981 and was Professor of General and Orthopedic Small Animal Surgery at the University of Minnesota until 1998. He has published numerous research papers and lectured extensively to veterinarians worldwide. Dr. Caywood was in a private specialty surgery practice in Minneapolis/St. Paul from 1995-2006. He joined Pfizer Animal Health as a Veterinary Specialist-Surgery/Rehabilitation in 2006 and continues to practice surgery part-time at Midwest Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Dr. Caywood became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist in 2008. He teaches The Multimodal Approach to the Geriatric Canine Patient.

Dennis D. Caywood
 
Jody Chiquoine, MSN, FNP, CCRT
fittercritters@aol.com

Jody Chiquoine received her master's degree in nursing from the University of Utah in 1978. She has held a number of management positions in the health care field, and was an instructor in the MSN-FNP programs at the University of Massachusetts and the University of Connecticut. In 1999, Jody started Fitter Critters, a veterinary referral practice for canine rehabilitation and hydrotherapy. She completed the American Physical Therapy Association's basic science program in animal physical therapy in 2000. Jody is certified in canine massage, and received her Canine Rehabilitation Therapist certification from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2004. She is the co-author of A Dog Lovers Guide to Canine Massage. Jody teaches Aquatic Therapy in Canine Rehabilitation.

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Jody Chiquoine
 
Julie A. Churchill, DVM, PhD
Churc002@umn.edu

Dr. Julie Churchill graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University in 1988 and did her small animal internship in medicine and surgery at the University of Georgia. She completed a residency/PhD program in small animal internal medicine and clinical nutrition at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993/96, where she is currently serving as Assistant Clinical Professor in Companion Animal Nutrition. Dr. Churchill’s interests include obesity prevention and weight loss management, critical care nutrition, the nutritional management of kidney diseases, and the role of nutrition in integrative medicine. She teaches Nutrition in Canine Rehabilitation and The Multimodal Approach to the Geriatric Canine Patient.

Julie A. Churchill
 
Judy Coates, M.Ed, MSPT, CCRT
judy@caninerehabinstitute.com

Judy Coates is a 1986 graduate of Boston University's master's program in physical therapy. In her human practice, she specialized in orthopedic and sports physical therapy with particular interest in manual therapy and biomechanics. As an associate professor of physical therapy at Boston University, Judy taught Evaluation of Orthopedic and Sports Conditions, Treatment of Orthopedic and Sports Conditions and Joint Mobilization of the Spine and Peripheral Joints. She conducted research at the National Institutes of Health, investigating the biomechanics of gait.

In 2006 Judy completed her certification at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. She founded her rehabilitation practice, Coates Canine Physical Therapy, in 2007. She has been on faculty at CRI since 2009 teaching Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation, The Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, The Canine Rehabilitation Assistant and The Multimodal Approach to the Geriatric Canine Patient. Judy is a contributing author to Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Wiley-Blackwell 2013).

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Judy Coates
 
Sasha A. Foster, MS Physical Therapy, CCRT
sasha@caninefitnesszone.com

Sasha A. Foster is the Rehabilitation Coordinator at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital where she is a member of the Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Team. She is also the president of Canine Fitness Zone®, providing rehabilitation clinical tools and products, and a faculty member with the Canine Rehabilitation Institute joining a fantastic team of physical therapists to teach The Canine Rehabilitation Therapist Module. Sasha began her physical therapy career in 2000 after earning her Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania. Ten years later she became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. In 2008, she co-authored the Maxwell Award winning book, The Healthy Way to Stretch Your Dog, A Physical Therapy Approach (Dogwise Publishing, Wenatchee, Washington), based on her patented stretching method, straight plane stabilized stretching for animals. She went on to author The Healthy Way to Stretch Your Dog DVD, Canine Cross Training, Building Balance, Strength and Endurance in Your Dog, Orthopedic Rehabilitation Home Exercises, Orthopedic Post-Operative Home Exercise Protocols, and The Complete Canine Athletic Conditioning Program. She is also a contributing author for Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). She spends her free time writing, swimming and doing yoga. Sasha teaches Current Techniques in Canine Pain Management and The Canine Rehabilitation Therapist.

Sasha Foster
 
Martin W. Kaufmann, ABC, BSBA, c-PED, Prosthetic/Orthotic Technologist
OrthoPets@yahoo.com

Martin Kaufmann graduated from Century College in 1998 and began his career as an orthotic and prosthetic technologist. In 2004, he received a pedorthotic practitioner degree (C-Ped) from Temple University Podiatric Department and a business degree from the University of Phoenix. Martin enjoyed a rewarding 12-year career designing, fabricating, fitting, and modifying custom orthotic and prosthetic devices, working with several companies including Tamarack Habilitations Technologies Inc., Shriners Hospital, and Winkley's Orthopedics. In 2004, he founded OrthoPets Center for Animal Pain Management and Mobility Solutions, the first full-time veterinary orthotics and prosthetics fabrication company in the world.

Martin has lectured at several major universities and consults with hundreds of veterinarians. His specific area of interest is the research and development necessary to advance the emerging field of Veterinary Orthotics & Prosthetics (V-OP). He co-teaches Orthotics and Prosthetics in Canine Rehabilitation with Patrice Mich, DVM.

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Martin W. Kaufmann
 
Stephanie Kube, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology), CVPP, CCRT
steph.kube@gmail.com

Dr. Stephanie Kube graduated from Colorado State University with her DVM in 2000. She went on to complete a small animal rotating internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital in 2001 and a neurosurgery internship at the University of Georgia in 2002. She did her neurology/neurosurgery residency at UC Davis and became a Diplomate of ACVIM (Neurology) in 2005. Dr. Kube served as the head of the neurology/neurosurgery service and the rehabilitation/pain management service at VCA South Shore Animal Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts. In 2014, she opened her own practice, Veterinary Neurology and Pain Management Center of New England, located in Walpole, Massachusetts. Dr. Kube is a certified veterinary pain practitioner and incorporates pain management into her daily practice. Dr. Kube teaches Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation and Canine Neurological Rehabilitation.

Stephanie Kube
 
Michael R. Lappin, DVM, PhD, Dip. ACVIM
Michael.Lappin@ColoState.edu

Dr. Michael Lappin is a 1981 graduate of the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He completed his residency in small animal medicine and a Ph.D. in Parasitology at the University of Georgia, and was board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 1987. Dr. Lappin is currently Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. His areas of interest include infectious and immune-mediated diseases and feline zoonoses. He is on the editorial board of Feline Medicine and Surgery and Compendium for Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian and is the editor of the textbook Feline Internal Medicine Secrets.

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Michael R. Lappin
 
Laurie McCauley, DVM, CVA, CVC, CCRT
Certified by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and
the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association

DrMc@Tops-Vet-Rehab.com

Dr. McCauley is a 1992 graduate of the Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After spending six years in general private, she began to study and conduct research in the field of veterinary rehabilitation. Laurie is the Medical Director of TOPS Veterinary Rehabilitation in Grayslake, Illinois, a referral-only rehabilitation-only practice. Dr. McCauley helped design the first underwater treadmill for dogs, and continues to work with companies to create innovative rehabilitative equipment. She is a contributing author to Canine Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy and Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians. In 2007, Dr. McCauley and Dr. Chris Zink released Building the Canine Athlete, a therapeutic exercise DVD for canine rehabilitation therapists. Dr. McCauley teaches Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation, The Canine Rehabilitation Assistant and The Multimodal Approach to the Geriatric Canine Patient.

Laurie McCauley
 
Patrice M. Mich, DVM, MS, CCRT, Diplomate ABVP, Diplomate ACVA
OrthoPets@yahoo.com

Dr. Patrice Mich is a 1991 graduate of Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. During her 14 years as a generalist, she completed advanced training in veterinary acupuncture and achieved diplomate status in the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP).

Dr. Mich left private practice to pursue her interest in pain management, completing a residency in anesthesiology and a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in integrative pain medicine. In 2008, she received a master's degree in clinical science with a focus on clinical assessment, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, and pain management. She became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists (ACVA) in 2009. Dr. Mich was trained as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist by CRI and in veterinary medical massage through Colorado State University.

Dr. Mich's interests include the impact of limb dysfunction or loss on biomechanics, mobility and long-term comfort, use of veterinary orthotics and prosthetics as pain management tools, clinical assessment of pain, and regional analgesia. She is co-owner and medical director of OrthoPets Center for Animal Pain Management and Mobility Solutions in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Mich teaches Current Techniques in Canine Pain Management and co-teaches Orthotics and Prosthetics in Canine Rehabilitation with Martin W. Kaufmann.

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Patrice M. Mich
 
Krista Niebaum, MPT, CCRT
krista@caninerehabinstitute.com

Krista Niebaum, MPT, CCRT, is a licensed physical therapist and graduate of the Medical College of Pennsylvania/Hahnemann University in Philadelphia. Krista has practiced physical therapy with human patients in both outpatient and inpatient settings, with an emphasis on neurological rehabilitation. She has eight years of experience in the animal rehabilitation field, and is Director of Rehabilitation Therapy at Scout’s House Rehabilitation in Menlo Park, California. She has also developed two instructional DVDs with the Canine Health Foundation. Krista is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Canine Sports Medicine Association. She serves as CRI's internship program coordinator and teaches The Canine Rehabilitation Assistant.

Krista Niebaum
 
Mike Petty, DVM, CVPP, CVMA, CAAPM, CCRT
dr-petty@arborpointe.com

Dr. Petty has been in private practice since he graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University in 1980. He started his own practice in 1985 when he opened the doors of Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital, currently located in Canton, Michigan. Dr. Petty has a long-standing interest in pain and pain management that began early in his veterinary education. As his reputation in this area grew so did the referrals from the surrounding veterinary clinics and communities. Dr. Petty started the Animal Pain Center, a referral practice within Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital, to meet this growing demand.

Dr. Petty is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner, a Certified Veterinary Medical Acupuncturist, and is certified by the American Academy of Pain Management. He also has a special interest in the treatment of myofascial pain. Dr. Petty is the current president of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and is a frequent lecturer at local, state and national conventions. He teaches Current Techniques in Canine Pain Management.

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Mike Petty
 
Elizabeth Rawson, DVM, DACVS, MS, CCRT
erawson@coralspringsanimalhosp.com

Dr. Elizabeth Rawson is a 2002 graduate of Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine. She did her rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center of New York from 2002 to 2003 and her surgical internship at Veterinary Specialists of South Florida from 2004 to 2007. She has a master's of science from the University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine and was board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2008.

Dr. Rawson has been with the Coral Springs Animal Hospital in Coral Springs, Florida, since 2007 where she does soft tissue, orthopedic and neuro surgery. Her special interests include minimally invasive surgery and regenerative medicine.

Dr. Rawson was certified by CRI as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist in 2010 and is currently on the instructor team for Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation.

Elizabeth Rawson
 
Joyce G. Rudzitis
Chief Operating Officer
joyce@caninerehabinstitute.com

Joyce Rudzitis received her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Business Management from West Chester University. Before joining CRI, she worked as an accountant and auditor in new home construction and commercial property management.

Joyce is a dog lover. She has demonstrated this time and time again not only with her own dog but also in her volunteer efforts. Joyce raised four golden retriever puppies for The Seeing Eye, Inc. in New Jersey and achieved a 100% successful placement rate. She continued her volunteer services at Guide Dogs for the Blind in California where she provided administrative support for the puppy-raising department and was directly involved with puppy testing and socialization.

Joyce started with CRI in 2008. As COO she is committed to supporting and enhancing the educational experience of our students and faculty. In 2013, Joyce and her husband Paul moved to Austin, Texas, to be close to her sister and family.

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Joyce G. Rudzitis
 
Terri Schiller, DVM, DACVS, CCRT
tdschiller@gmail.com

Dr. Terri Schiller graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987 and then moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, where she completed a one-year internship, a three-year surgery residency and a one-year appointment on faculty as a clinical instructor in the Surgery Department at the North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. In 1992 she moved back home to Vancouver, British Columbia, and started a mobile surgery referral practice. Five years later she joined with two other specialists in Vancouver, and in 1997 they started the multidiscipline specialty referral practice now called Canada West Veterinary Specialists. Terri is currently practicing in Calgary, Alberta, for VCA-Western Veterinary Specialists. 

Terri has a particular interest and expertise in canine total hip replacement. She has provided consultation services for Biomedtrix, the leading company in veterinary joint replacement, and has participated in several total hip replacement training workshops for surgeons in North America, Europe and the UK over the past eight years.

Using rehabilitation therapy techniques in her surgery patients for many years, she formalized her training and completed her CCRT through CRI in 2009. At Canada West Veterinary Specialists she facilitated the development of a rehabilitation therapy service and is now doing the same at her current practice in Calgary.

Terri co-teaches Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation.

Terri Schiller
 
Kristin A. Kirkby Shaw, DVM, PhD, CCRT, Diplomate ACVS, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation,
kristinkirkby@gmail.com

Dr. Kristin Kirkby Shaw received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida in 2003. She then moved to Colorado for a small animal rotating internship and returned to the University of Florida for a combined small animal surgery residency/ master's degree. During her residency Kristin developed a keen interest in rehabilitation and became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist in April 2008. She completed her residency in July 2008 and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Following her residency, Dr. Kirkby Shaw remained at the University of Florida as a faculty member for two years while she pursed a PhD investigating the effects of low-level laser on tissue healing. During this time she also developed the University of Florida’s Rehabilitation and Fitness Center at the College of Veterinary Medicine Small Animal Hospital. Kristin worked as a small animal surgeon and rehabilitation therapist at Seattle Veterinary Specialists for three years before joining Novartis Animal Health as a Professional Services Veterinarian.

Kristin has lectured around the country, authored numerous journal articles, and received awards for research and communication skills. In 2010, she was awarded the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Young Alumnus Award. Kristin is on the board of directors for the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians and is the co-chairperson of the International Sports Medicine Symposium. She co-teaches Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation.

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Kristin A. Kirkby Shaw
 
Gail K. Smith, VMD, PhD (engineering)
smithgk@vet.upenn.edu

Dr. Gail Smith received his VMD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1974 and was awarded a PhD in engineering in 1982. He has applied engineering principles to his research of the musculoskeletal system, focusing on problems of the spine, knee and hip. In 1993, he founded the University of Pennsylvania Hip Improvement Program (PennHIP) – a multifaceted radiographic technology for canine hip evaluation. PennHIP trains veterinarians to use this methodology, evaluates the films, and maintains a database that is continually monitored. Today, PennHIP consists of more than 2,000 trained veterinary practitioners.

Dr. Smith has been recognized for research excellence by several notable institutions including the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Kennel Club. Most recently he was awarded the prestigious Iams Saki Patsaama Award for excellence in Orthopaedics by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association. Dr. Smith is currently Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery in the Department of Clinical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. He teaches PennHIP Certification at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute.

Gail K. Smith
 
Joe Spoo, DVM, CCRT
jwspoo77@gmail.com

Dr. Joe Spoo is a 2001 graduate of the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is currently a resident in the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation and practices full-time with a focus on the canine athlete. He recently remodeled his practice at Best Care Pet Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and added a canine rehabilitation facility — the only one in the region.

Dr. Spoo has passion for the canine athlete. In addition to his practice responsibilities he has an active consulting business serving sporting dog owners and the sporting dog industry. He also manages a website (www.gundogdoc.com), a comprehensive resource for all things gundog related. Dr. Spoo is active in the sporting dog world and hunts and competes with the three canine athletes in his life. Dr. Spoo was certified by CRI as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist in 2012. He is an instructor for Canine Sports Medicine.

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Joe Spoo
 
Shari Sprague, MPT, CCRT
shari@caninerehabinstitute.com

Shari Sprague is the owner of PUP (Pawsitively Unleashed Performance) Rehabilitation and Conditioning in Florida, which provides canine rehabilitation and performance conditioning therapy. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a a bachelor's degree in elementary education in 1994 and received her master's in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 1998. Shari was certified in canine rehabilitation by the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2008. She is also a Certified Clinical Instructor and has contributed to a number of animal rehabilitation publications. Shari and her three dogs compete in agility, rally obedience, and conformation.

Shari Sprague
 
H. Steven Steinberg, VMD, Dip. ACVIM, Neurology, CCRT
vrasteve@msn.com

Dr. H. Steven Steinberg is a 1973 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. He interned at The Henry Bergh Animal Hospital in New York City and did his residency at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Steinberg completed his board certification in neurology with the American College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. He was an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania for five years and an instructor in comparative medicine at Johns Hopkins for two years. Dr. Steinberg was a pioneer in the treatment of small animal brain tumors and is internationally recognized for his work on small animal peripheral nerve disease. He created The Veterinary Cancer Registry — the largest Internet site containing worldwide case material.

Dr. Steinberg built and managed one of the largest and earliest referral-only specialty hospitals in the country. After Veterinary Centers of America (VCA) bought the hospital, he began working in strategic planning and budget management for the nationwide giant. Dr. Steinberg oversaw the modernization and physical additions to several VCA hospitals including a $1.5 million renovation to their largest referral practice. Dr. Steinberg teaches The Business of Canine Rehabilitation.

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H. Steven Steinberg
 
Mamie Whitman, PT, CCRT
mamie@dogrehabworks.com

Mamie graduated in 1988 from the University of North Dakota with a bachelor's degree in physical therapy. Her background in human physical therapy was in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine with a manual therapy emphasis. Since receiving her certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist in 2011, she has practiced exclusively with animals. In 2013, she started her own mobile canine rehabilitation practice, Dog Rehab Works, LLC, based in Aurora, Colorado. Mamie assists with both Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation and The Canine Rehabilitation Therapist. She teaches the therapist portion of The Canine Rehabilitation Assistant course.

Mamie Whitman
 
M. Christine Zink, DVM, PhD, Dip ACVP, Dipl. American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
mczink@caninesports.com

Dr. Christine Zink obtained her DVM and PhD from the Ontario Veterinary College. She is a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where she teaches pathology and conducts AIDS research. She also has a consultation business in canine sports medicine and rehabilitation, and is the author of several books on canine health including Peak Performance: Coaching the Canine Athlete, Canine Nutrition for Dummies, Jumping A to Z, and The Agility Advantage.

In 2007, Dr. Zink and Dr. Laurie McCauley released Building the Canine Athlete, a therapeutic exercise DVD for canine rehabilitation therapists. Dr. Zink lectures nationally and internationally on the topic of canine sports medicine. She was named 2009 Outstanding Woman Veterinarian by the Association for Women Veterinarian Foundation and her book, The Agility Advantage, was voted Best Dog Publication of 2008. Dr. Zink teaches Canine Sports Medicine.

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M. Christine Zink
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Faculty News

» DVM Newsmagazine
Dr. Janet Van Dyke, CRI founder and CEO, writes regularly for DVM Newsmagazine. Recent articles include "Pain management in veterinary rehabilitation" (June 2010) and "Therapeutic exercise in veterinary rehabilitation" (February 2010).

The August 2010 issue of DVM Newsmagazine also included an interview with Dr. Van Dyke: Read the interview ...

» "Special Pets, Special Needs" Podcasts
Krista Niebaum, MPT, CCRT, appears on three podcasts in the Scout's House "Special Pets, Special Needs" series. You may subscribe to the series or download podcasts for free. To listen, go to the iTunes store (download the free iTunes software here if needed) and search for "Special Pets, Special Needs."

» Janet Van Dyke, DVM
Veterinary Practice News profiles Dr. Janet Van Dyke, founder and president of the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. Read the article ...