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Dr. Amanda Hensley and murphy.

Dr. Amanda Hensley and murphy.

Our Mission

Welcome to Colorado Integrative Veterinary Services, Boulder County's first mobile rehabilitation veterinarian!  In addition to our mobile services, we recently expanded our practice to offer hydrotherapy as well.  We provide comprehensive rehabilitation services for your small animal companions, either at our cozy office in Longmont, or in the comfort of your own home.  Our goal is to improve the quality of life of our patients and their human companions through compassionate, personalized, and stress-free care. 

If you have any questions, or are unsure if your companion could benefit from rehabilitation services, please feel free to contact us for further information or to schedule an evaluation.

About

Dr. Amanda Hensley received her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences from Virginia Tech in 2006 and her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.  After veterinary school, Dr. Hensley joined a mixed animal practice in southeastern Wyoming.  During this time, she also pursued advanced training in canine rehabilitation and became a certified canine rehabilitation therapist in 2011.  Dr. Hensley transitioned from general practice into canine rehabilitation in 2011 and has since pursued further training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, completing a certification for veterinary acupuncture in 2013.  Dr. Hensley is currently pursuing additional training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, including Food Therapy and Chinese Herbs. 

Dr. Hensley’s areas of special interest include rehabilitation and pain management for geriatric and post-operative animals.  Dr. Hensley believes an integrated approach to each case is usually the most effective, and she enjoys bringing together aspects of both Eastern and Western medicine for the most complete treatment available.

In her spare time, Dr. Hensley enjoys hiking, running, and practicing yoga and meditation.  She shares her home in Longmont with her dog, Murphy, and two geriatric horses, Blackjack and Earl.