The Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (VSMR) Service
offers physical therapy for hospitalized animals, supporting the
many Clinical Services of the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital.
Utlizing our state of the art facility and through our tailored
patient programs, our goal is to enhance recovery from an injury or
illness, and improve the general health of every patient. Our
Service also provides care on an outpatient basis for established
patients or for those who have been referred by their primary care
veterinarian. Therapy may also be helpful to improve performance of
dogs that work, compete in sports, or just want to enjoy an active
Please contact us at (979) 845-2351 to schedule your pet's
appointment or to talk to one of our staff.
Our team includes board-certified veterinary surgeons, highly
trained veterinary technicians, and dedicated fourth year
veterinary students who work closely with you and your companion
through the recovery process. We are dedicated to the total care of
Jacqueline R. Davidson, DVM, MS, DACVS, DACVSMR CVA, CVSMT, CCRP, CERP, CCRT, CVPP
Dr. Jacqueline Davidson received her DVM from the University of
Minnesota. She completed a small animal internship at Rowley
Memorial Animal Hospital, before completing her residency and a
Master's degree in veterinary surgery at Purdue University. Dr.
Davidson is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary
Surgeons. She received certification from the International
Veterinary Acupuncture Society and completed a certification
program in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation at The Healing Oasis. Dr.
Davidson is certified in canine rehabilitation by the University of
Tennessee/Northeast Seminars as well as equine rehabilitation. Dr.
Davidson has received certification in canine rehabilitation by the
Canine Rehabilitation Institute and has completed a credentialing
course that enables her to perform stem cell therapy using
Vet-Stem. She completed the Equine Rehabilitation Therapist Program
at the Animal Rehab Institute and the Medical Acupuncture for
Veterinarians program, sponsored by Colorado State University and
the CVMA. Dr. Davidson also completed the requirements by the
International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management to become a
Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner. Dr. Davidson achieved
Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Sports
Medicine and Rehabilitation. Her special interests include physical
rehabilitation, pain management, soft tissue surgery, and
Laura E. Peycke, DVM, MS, DACVS, CCRP
Clinical Associate Professor
Dr. Laura Peycke received her DVM and MS from Louisiana State
University, where she also completed a small animal surgery
residency. She is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner.
Her special interests include soft tissue surgery and
Abigail Rafferty, LVT, CCRP
Abby Rafferty graduated from McLennan Community College's
Veterinary Technology Program. She is a Licensed Veterinary
Technician and obtained her CCRP certification from the University
of Tennessee. She later received her Bachelor's Degree in
veterinary technology from Tarleton State University. She enjoys
working with the post-operative cases and has an interest in
working dogs and sports medicine.