Dr. Kim Keller received her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Geneseo State University, her DVM degree from Ross University, and completed her clinical rotations at North Carolina State University. Dr. Keller returned to her hometown and has practiced in Orange County since 1997. Her special interests include rehabilitation, soft tissue surgery, exotic pets, and pulse electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF). Dr. Keller received her Certificate in Canine Physical Rehabilitation (CCRP) from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. She also has advanced training in the use of Ondamed therapy and ultrasound. Dr. Keller has also been the veterinarian for the Hudson Highland Nature Museum for over 10 years. The Keller family shares their home with their dog Elsa, three rescued cats, two Netherland dwarf rabbits, cockatiels, chickens and fish.