Stoughton Animal Rehabilitation Veterinarians

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Dr. Alett Mekler, DVM, CCRP

Dr. Mekler is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College in Ontario, Canada. After completing her veterinary degree she pursued an internship in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Illinois followed by an internship in Veterinary Oncology at Michigan State University. In addition to her veterinary training she also holds a Masters of Arts in Economics from York University in Toronto.

After spending several years in general practice, Dr. Mekler decided to pursue specialty training in canine rehabilitation through the University of Tennessee. Being an endurance athlete herself, she has personally seen the benefit that physical rehabilitation can provide to humans. It is her goal to be able to apply many of these same principles to help with strength, flexibility and pain relief for our four-footed friends.

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Kimberly Dinan, MS, DVM, CVA, CCRP, CVH

Dr. Dinan received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University in 2008. After graduation, she completed a small animal internship at two large specialty hospitals in the greater Chicago area. Dr. Dinan is a certified veterinary acupuncturist and herbalist and completed her training at the Chi Institute, a world-renowned institute for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Following her acupuncture certification, she has also completed an advanced acupuncture course and a course on evidence based Chinese medicine. Dr. Dinan is a certified canine rehabilitation practitioner and completed her studies at The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Dinan enjoys the challenge of working with clients to develop an integrative plan to treat patients with acute and chronic disease. In particular, she enjoys working with patients with neurologic or musculoskeletal injuries to help develop a plan for a complete recovery. The combination of rehabilitative medicine and alternative modalities with conventional care can enhance healing by stimulating the nervous system, modulating the immune system, decreasing pain, improving blood flow, and reduce recovery time.

Dr. Dinan is a native of New England and enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and son, as well as their black lab, corgi, and cat. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time outdoors running, hiking, rock climbing, and scuba diving.