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Elizabeth W. Schrader, DC
Dr. Schrader graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1993. The following year and shortly after moving to Scottsdale, Arizona, she was introduced to chiropractic. She was immediately intrigued with chiropractic’s positive natural effects on the body with just the touch of a hand. She entered Life University in Marietta, Georgia in 1997 and Graduated in December 2000. Dr. Schrader became certified in 2003 through AVCA (American Veterinary Chiropractic Association) in animal chiropractic procedures through the Options for Animals course allowed for doctors of veterinary medicine and doctors of chiropractic. She has been adjusting animals full time since 2005 and knows that animals of all ages and with an array of issues respond favorably to chiropractic and it should be an option in their life. Dr. Schrader has dedicated herself to giving animals in need of a spinal alignment a more comfortable and fulfilling life. Available starting January 6, 2018. For info or appointment schedule please email email@example.com or call 865-310-2800.
Pam Stanner BA, BS, RDH, HTACP, CESMT, CCSMT
Pam is a certified Equissage Equine and Canine Sports Massage Therapist, Her business is Cherokee Moon Healing Arts for Animals. She is trained in Healing Touch for Animals (HTA), TTouch, Advanced Body Reading, and Myofascial Release. As a member of Young Living Essential Oils she can also integrate the benefits of aromatherapy into her sessions. Healing Touch for Animals (HTA) is a heart-centered, intentional, noninvasive energy therapy that uses a light-touch or near-touch to restore harmony and balance to the whole body. The goal of an HTA session is to clear, balance and stabilize energy flow throughout the entire energy system. Pam sets up routine appointment days at the K9 Center. For info or appointment schedule please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-310-2800.
Katie Noe, DVM, CVA
Dr. Katie Noe is an East Tennessee native from Clinton, TN. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary medicine in 2009 and went on to work in multiple large private practices as well as spay and neuter clinics. She has worked as an emergency veterinarian for the past 4 years while also undergoing her acupuncture training. Dr. Noe was trained at the Chi Institute in the spring of 2016 and received her CVA in February of 2017 after completing her case study, internship and training.
Dr. Noe initially became interested in acupuncture with her own senior dogs and was able to greatly improve their quality of life. This also sparked her interest in geriatric medicine and care. She loves to help improve every day your senior baby has by keeping them comfortable and improving their quality of life. While acupuncture is most commonly used for pain control, it has many other uses. Acupuncture is commonly used for knee injuries, post operatively, back and neck injuries or chronic pain, paralysis, hip dysplasia, and other muscle strains. In addition, acupuncture can help with behavior, appetite, vomiting and diarrhea, weakness, heart disease, kidney disease, skin issues, cancer, and many other treatments. Acupuncture can be used on dogs, but cats and even exotic pets can benefit from acupuncture.
Dr. Noe often combines diet and herbs in addition to acupuncture to help your pet get the most benefit. Dr. Noe also provides house calls.