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Therapy lasers can make a life-changing difference

Author: Lisa Miller, DVM, CCRT

In this article read about the award-winning cases in Companion’s Second Make a Case with Companion Case Contest.  Cases include:

  • “Rowdy”, a case of suspect Degenerative Myelopathy
  • “Block”, a case of a septic wound with severe tissue devitalization
  • “Nilla”, a case involving severe trauma from a steel leg trap with tendon contraction
  • “Evo”, a case of severely destructive fungal rhinitis/sinusitis from Aspergillosis
About the author(s)

Lisa Miller, DVM, CCRT

Veterinary Medical Director
Companion Animal Health

Dr. Lisa Miller is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine.  After graduation in 2003, Dr. Miller completed an internship in internal medicine and then became certified in canine rehabilitation therapy at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute.  Working in a large referral practice, she practiced canine rehabilitation, sports medicine, neurological rehabilitation and acupuncture for several years before returning to general small animal practice.

Always maintaining an interest in the canine athlete/performance dog, Dr. Miller is also active on the health committees for two purebred dog breed clubs. Dr Miller is a horse owner and enthusiastic equestrian.

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