Dr. Mary Cardeccia, DVM, DACVSMR, CVA, CVFT, CCRT, CAC, CCMT, CVPP attended Michigan State University, where she received her BS in Animal Sciences in 1991 and her DVM with honors in 1995. She has practiced primarily small animal medicine and surgery since 1995, as well as maintaining involvement in equine practice through judging endurance and competitive trail rides for over 20 years. Dr. Mary is board-certified in canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation; she is also certified in both Veterinary Acupuncture and Veterinary Food Therapy through the Chi Institute, Canine Rehabilitation Therapy through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, Animal Chiropractic through the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (studied at Parker Chiropractic College), Canine Massage Therapy through Brandenburg Massage Therapy, and Veterinary Pain Management through the International Academy of Veterinary Pain Management. She is a second-degree Reiki practitioner since 2005, and also has obtained certification in Advanced Avian Medicine and Surgery through the North American Veterinary Post-Graduate Institute as well as holding a certification as a Pet Loss Bereavement Counselor through the association for Pet Loss and Bereavement.
Dr. Mary became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2022. Her current practice includes conditioning and injury prevention in canine athletes, rehabilitation after injury or post-surgery, neurological recovery, and maintaining comfort and mobility in geriatric patients, but she is always up for a new adventure! Dr. Mary is committed to providing compassionate integrative veterinary care based on the needs of her patients and the beliefs of their human families. (Source)