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Background and Education
Education: Doctor of Physical Therapy from Augusta University, BS Animal Science from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo Internship Training: SAGE Veterinary Centers, Canine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Group in Colorado Certification: Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, RockTape FMT Kinesiology Taping Certification
Dr. Kimbrough (previously Salch) received her BS in Animal Science from California Polytechnic University. While in college, she had a persistent interest in animal rehabilitation because of the unique focus on preventative care, biomechanics, and long-term relationships with patients. This interest was only strengthened when interning with Dr. Jenny Jones and Dr. Jill Kuhl at SAGE’s Physical Rehabilitation department in Campbell. After graduating from Cal Poly, Dr. Kimbrough pursued her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Augusta University.
After receiving her doctorate, Dr. Kimbrough worked as a “human” physical therapist in hospitals and outpatient clinics in Birmingham, AL where she was able to treat a variety of cases in settings ranging from outpatient orthopedics to inpatient rehabilitation. Meanwhile, she began work to obtain her Canine Rehabilitation Certification (CCRP) from the University of Tennessee. Dr. Kimbrough transitioned to her “dream job” as a canine rehabilitation therapist at SAGE in 2019.
When Dr. Kimbrough is not in the hospital, she enjoys spending quality time with her home-bred Dutch Warmblood horse, Ozzy. She loves to travel and tries to visit Africa as often as possible on photographic safaris.
While at SAGE, Dr. Kimbrough particularly enjoys collaborating with different team members both in and out of the Physical Rehabilitation department in order to provide exceptional patient care. She thinks the best part of her job is being able to develop deep, long-lasting relationships with her clients while watching her patients progress and overcome challenges. Her favorite moments are celebrating her patients’ “Independence Day!” when they graduate from rehab.