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Welcome to the Animal Therapy Center

At the Animal Therapy Center we believe every journey begins with a single step!

Call us at 610-865-4348

The Animal Therapy Center is a facility specializing in canine rehabilitation and integrative medicine with a staff that is dedicated to promoting overall wellness, and enhancing quality of life for your animal companions.

Canine Rehabilitation

Megan & Zeus

Has your dog lost the ability to run, jump and play? We seek to restore normal movement to dogs with mobility problems. Whether your dog has an injury, arthritis, neurological dysfunction, hip dysplasia, age related deterioration, is overweight, or is recovering from recent surgery, our team of rehabilitative therapists will help to revitalize your furry family members.

At the Animal Therapy Center our programs are formulated with the individual pet in mind, and under the direct supervision of our on staff certified veterinarian. When your companion animal is in need, we are here to support both you and your pet.


Integrative Medicine & Acupuncture

Are you seeking an alternative method of healing for your four-footed family member? We offer a number of options for integrative, or alternative, medicine. Arthritis, allergies, endocrine problems, diarrhea, urinary tract infections, seizures, asthma, eye problems, auto-immune disorders, pancreatitis and cancer are just some of the health issues that can be addressed with an integrative healthcare approach.

We utilize acupuncture, herbal therapy, homotoxicology, kinesiology, nutrition, and nutraceuticals to better our companion animals lives. Stop by our integrative medicine section to find out if any of these therapies will be beneficial to your pet.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule



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8:00 am-8:00 pm


8:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-3:00 pm



Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Diane Gabriel
    VMD, CVA
    Dr. Diane Gabriel received her veterinary medicine degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2001. Her interest in geriatric animal care led her to pursue training in Veterinary Acupuncture in 2005. She received certification from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society in 2007.
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  • Dr. Kim Mayers
    Veterinarian & Medical Director
    Dr. Mayers is originally from Western NY. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Cornell University in 1992 and her veterinary degree from the University of Florida in 1997. Upon graduation, she moved to Chicago where she worked as a general practitioner for 15 years.
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  • Kathy Orf
    PT, MPA, M.Ed., CCRT
    Therapy Staff
    Kathy is originally from the city of St. Louis, Missouri and received her Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Missouri – Columbia. She has practiced human Physical Therapy in California and Colorado and now resides in New Jersey with her two rescue dogs Abby and Charley who love to go for hikes and trail runs.
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  • Megan Anderson
    BA, CVT; CCRP Enrolled
    Therapy Staff

    Megan received her Bachelors of Arts from Bloomsburg University in 2008. Although she still enjoys art, she decided to pursue her real passion which is helping animals. Megan earned her degree in Veterinary Technology from Harcum College and was licensed in 2010. She was employed by the University of Pennsylvania for 5 years as an Operating Room Nurse at their large animal hospital, New Bolton Center.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "My dog Blaise has arthritis and due to his treatments he's improved dramatically we both love the facility and the excellent staff"
    Nicole M.
  • "Fantastic! great staff, great vet, great facilities, more people should know about this pet rehab place."
    Rizlaz Z.
  • "Terrific caring and competent staff. I have been amazed to watch the positive impact of the custom rehab protocol on my sport dog. Many thanks!"
    Rick B.
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