Dr. Beth Frank, CVMA, CCRT

Dr. Beth Frank grew up in the San Francisco bay area of California. She attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins where she received her Bachelors in Equine Science with minors in Agriculture Business and Neuroanatomy in 2003. She then continued her education to complete her D.V.M. in 2007 and was hired by the university to work at the prestigious Equine Reproduction Lab. She completed her Masters degree in Reproductive Physiology in 2010 before venturing out into private practice. Dr. Frank has enjoyed working in both equine and companion animal practices in a variety of states. She greatly enjoys integrative medicine and incorporating it with western medicine techniques. 

Dr. Frank shares her home with her two quarter horses, Mini and Bug, her Belgian Malinois, Minx and her three cats, Elliot, Remy, and Aslan. In her free time, she enjoys racing triathlons, riding her horses and baking.

 

Stacy Lopez, L.V.T., C.C.R.V.N.

Stacy grew up in Minden, Nevada. She became a Licensed Veterinary Technician in 2000. Through years of working in veterinary medicine she found her passion in rehabilitation. Stacy became a CCRA (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant) in 2011 through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. From 2013-2015 Stacy worked at the University of Florida Veterinary Hospital in the Integrative Medicine service where she helped teach junior and senior veterinary students on their clinical rotations. She returned back home to Sierra Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center in 2016. In her free time Stacy enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She loves to go swimming, camping, hiking, and kayaking. She currently lives in Carson City with her three dogs Mya, Lily Lu, and Daphne.

 

Laura Campbell, L.V. T., C.C.R.V.N.

Laura became a licensed technician in 2008. She later found her passion for rehabilitation and became certified in 2014 at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute. She has been a part of the Rehabilitation and Integrative Medicine Team since February 2013. Laura grew up in Carson City where she now lives with her husband Sean, two young sons, and golden retrievers Crush and Murphy.

 

Angie Pace, DPT, CCRT

Angie was born and raised in rural Nevada. She earned her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2001. She later went on to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and Manual Therapy Certification from the University of St. Augustine. After 16 years of working in a variety of human physical therapy settings, Angie’s love of animals led her to pursue an Animal Physical Therapy license. She became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in January 2018 and joined the Sierra Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center RIM team soon after. In her free time, Angie enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, friends, and pets. She shares her home with one cat, Little Man, and 2 dogs, Ellie and Zoey.