Jessica Rychel, DVM, DACVSMR, cVMA
Dr. Jessica Rychel is a veterinarian with a board certification in sports medicine and rehabilitation. Her passion lies in individualized patient care, working to maximize quality of life, mobility and comfort for the patients she treats. With a special love for geriatric patients, as well as the canine athlete, Jessica brings her unique perspective to every case she treats. Being part of a small, intimate practice allows Jessica to focus on the aspects of veterinary rehabilitation that are so important to her.
At home, Jessica is raising two small children and is a participant in family activities including SCUBA diving (her husband, Kent, owns and runs a dive shop!), horseback riding, skiing and spending time outdoors with the kids. In 2018, Jess decided to prioritize family and down-size her practice so that she could prioritize her family (as Mother Teresa says, "If you want to change the world, go home and love your family") and partner with Lindsey in a focused rehabilitation practice.
Lindsey Fry, DVM, cVMA, CVPP, CCRP
Dr. Lindsey Fry is a Colorado native, born and raised in Boulder and cannot remember a moment she didn't want to be a veterinarian. She finds joy in fostering the bond between people and their pets. She is passionate about developing treatment plans to address pain, limited mobility, and maximize getting back to be dog/cat, whatever that may mean for a pet! A small practice focused on pain management, rehabilitation, and a personal relationship with her patients and clients feels like the perfect fit for her. She is certified in acupuncture, and in the process of completing a residency in rehabilitation and sports medicine. She is a certified veterinary pain practitioner and committed to making pain management a priority in her practice. She was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Internantional Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM).
She is a mom to two adventurous little girls, a 14 year old cattle dog, and a tuxedo kitten. Her family is playing outside whenever possible and exploring colorado and the world beyond. The year 2018 meant starting a new chapter in her career that allows more time to be with her family and also create a rewarding intimate veterinary practice.
Teri Willard, CVT, CCRP
Certified Veterinary Technician and Rehabilitation Practitioner
Teri moved to Fort Collins from Rochester, NY in 2016. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2004 in various realms including emergency, surgery, physical rehabilitation, and general practice. Her main veterinary interests are in sports medicine and integrated medicine. Teri graduated with an A.A.S degree in Veterinary Technology in 2015 and is received her Certification in Canine Rehabilitation in 2018. In her off time, Teri enjoys spending time with her husband Jeff, hiking, working out, practicing canine agility, and going to concerts (especially Dave Matthews Band). Teri and Jeff currently have 4 fur kids, Tobin Heath Tobertson a Border Collie mix, Avalon Myst an Australian Shepherd, Serre Rae Koala Kitty a Siamese mix, and Phury Nibbler Gaston Kitton a Bengal.