Boosting your animal’s health with alternative treatments.
Dr. Pam graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University in 2000. She became certified in veterinary spinal manipulation, also known as veterinary chiropractic care, in 2005, through The Healing Oasis Wellness Center in Sturtevant, Wisconsin. In 2008, Dr. Pam received her certification in veterinary acupuncture from the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida.
Her most recent accomplishment in continuing education was earning her certification in canine rehabilitation in 2014. She is a proud member of the following organizations:
American Veterinary Medical Association® | Michigan Veterinary Medical Association™ | American Veterinary Chiropractic Association | International Veterinary Acupuncture Society™ | American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture™
Paying It Forward to Make Pets Happy
As the founder and former executive director of an equine nonprofit group, Dr. Pam knows how difficult it can be to find funds. That is why a portion of her practice’s income is given to different nonprofit groups each month. If you represent a nonprofit group that is interested in applying for funding, contact Dr. Pam online and let her know about your organization’s mission. Please note that Tax ID and proof of 501(c)(3) status are required. Dr. Pam also volunteers her time at Northern Michigan Equine Therapy of Boyne City and 4 Paws 1 Heart of Harper Woods. In addition to these groups, she has donated services, products, medication, surgeries, and cash to several other Michigan animal charities.
All Animals Deserve a Chance At Absolute Wellness
Integrative Veterinary Wellness Service, LLC, of Boyne City, Michigan, could very well be the best veterinary practice on Earth—at least that’s what the animals seem to think. Pets of all shapes and sizes love Dr. Pam’s gentle touch. Owners love Dr. Pam because she treats the entire animal, not a specific condition. She calls her animal clinic “integrative” because she uses all types of medicine: traditional medicine and surgery, chiropractic care, and even acupuncture and Chinese herbs.
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
Stephanie has been working as a veterinary assistant for over 15 years. She grew up in Texas and started her first job for a vet clinic at 16 years old. She loves all areas of Veterinary care, but has a particular interest in surgery and alternative medicine. She is working to complete her schooling to be a licensed veterinary technician, and is looking forward to becoming certified in Canine Rehab Therapy and Acupuncture as well. Stephanie shares her home with her husband Shane, her two children Felicity and Cash, and her Cairn Terrier “Dori”.
Stacie has 12 years of experience in the veterinary field, but her love for animals does not stop there. She is very involved in rescue work and helping any animal in need. Her passions are, but not limited too, dental care/cleanings and assisting in surgeries. Stacie is looking forward to completing her schooling to become a licensed veterinary technician and expanding her knowledge in integrative medicine. Stacie loves to spend time with her rambunctious son Kaden and her 2 dogs, Teddie and Zeke and 2 cats, Jac and Kyleigh.