Dr. Toni Yang, CVA, grew up in Houston, TX and completed both her undergraduate and professional studies at Texas A&M University (WHOOP!) in College Station, TX. After graduating with her DVM from Texas A&M in 2015, she completed an internship in small animal surgery and medicine at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine with plans on returning to Texas afterwards. However, she developed a keen interest in Integrative Medicine during that time and stayed on at UF for an additional year to complete a specialty internship with the Integrative Medicine service.
Dr. Toni Yang also trained in small animal veterinary acupuncture at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. She has special interest in post-operative rehabilitation of orthopedic and neurologic conditions, small animal acupuncture, and being able to offer help when more traditional interventions such as medicine/surgery are not an option.
Dr. Toni Yang founded the Integrative, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center to rehabilitate dogs and cats that have sustained musculoskeletal injuries or have undergone surgery to repair fractures, cranial cruciate ligament ruptures, patellar luxations, joint replacement, arthroscopy, neurological procedures, or any surgical procedure that requires therapy to regain mobility, alleviate pain or weakness.
Dr. Yang shares her home with one cat and one dog, Sheldon and Leonard. She enjoys reading, spending time outdoors (often in a hammock!), and eating any/all foods. Although Dr. Yang will always consider herself a native Texan, Florida is lovely and has somehow found a way to keep her around!
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