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​​​​​​​Dr. Amber Callaway Lewis DVM, CCRT

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Ever since I can remember I wanted to be a veterinarian. My first career day in school my mom made me a medical kit and used index cards to make me business cards to hand out. I was lucky at 16 years old to start working at a small animal clinic in the kennel and worked my way up to veterinary technician. I attended Florida Atlantic University and received my degree in Ecology and Organismic Biology. I then attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed my clinic year at University of Florida. I worked as a general practitioner and completed my rehabilitation certification from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2014. After years of seeing senior and mobility challenged patients that could benefit from comprehensive care not provided in a traditional veterinary hospital the idea for Treasure Coast Animal Rehab developed. After opening TCAR during a pandemic it became apparent that senior pets play an important role in the family. With TCAR we are bridging the gap between general care and comprehensive senior and geriatric centered medicine. Having the ability to provide owners and pets with the skills and knowledge to keep their furry family member moving, pain free and happy is the goal I wake up with every morning.

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Dr. Jamie DeRoin, DVM, CVA

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Hello! My name is Dr. Jamie DeRoin. I recently joined the staff of Treasure Coast Animal Rehab and Fitness and am excited to offer veterinary acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapy to the patients of TCARF!I grew up on a farm in northeast Nebraska. I graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with honors and earned a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science. I am a proud Cornhusker! I received my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. I became interested in acupuncture after having an injury to my left leg that the consequence of was a "drop foot" that caused me to be unable to flex my left foot. I regained nerve function after having a few treatments of electroacupuncture and laser therapy. Having seen the benefits of acupuncture myself, I jumped at the opportunity to go to China for a couple weeks to learn more about acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine after my second year of vet school. I came to Florida to complete a one year equine internship at Ocala Equine Hospital following graduation. I then practiced several years as an equine veterinarian at a couple of racetracks and training centers in Toronto and Florida working with Thoroughbred racehorses. I then switched my focus to small animals working as an emergency veterinarian. Because of the variety of neurologic cases seen on emergency and knowing the benefits of acupuncture for myself, I then became certified in veterinary acupuncture for both small animals and equines through the Chi institute in 2017. I have worked the last few years as a veterinarian in small animal general practice doing relief work. I am happy to have the opportunity to offer this skill set to the patients of Treasure Coast Animal Rehab and Fitness!

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Michele Morissette DC, CAC

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Dr Morissette graduated with honors from chiropractic college in 1989. She became certified in animal chiropractic in 2013. She practiced chiropractic on animals in Ontaio, Canada until She moved to Florida in 2021 and became a member of the Florida board of Chiropractic Medicine.

Her 33 years of clinical experience in a chiropractic office has taught her to respond to various types of issues and concerns brought forward by patients. Being proficient at adjusting the human spine and the owner of 3 pets herself, the transition towards animal care has come naturally.

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Meet our Staff

Christine Vicars

Liz Levanti

Certified Rehab Therapist

Since I was very young, I have always wanted to work in the field of veterinary medicine, as I love the idea of helping those who can't necessarily speak for themselves. My permanence in the field began to take root when I was in high school and started volunteering at our Treasure Coast no-kill shelters (Dogs and Cats Forever, HALO). Eventually, my connections in these shelters helped me to land a job with a local Vero veterinarian as an assistant while I was still a junior in high school. This position deepened my appreciation for the career further and once I graduated, I began working towards getting my credentials as a veterinary nurse. Since then, I have completed my large and small animal nursing training and have completed multiple veterinary nursing internships. I have worked at both small and mixed-animal general practices and am very excited to now be at your local specialty rehab and senior care clinic!

Kalyn Riggs

Certified Canine Fitness Coach

Hi there! As a Florida native, my love for animals has been ingrained in me from a young age. My journey in the veterinary world began with volunteering at animal shelters, fueling my desire to make a positive impact on the lives of our furry companions. Over the years, I've gained invaluable experience working across various settings, from general practice to fast-paced emergency clinics. My favorite part about working in veterinary medicine is getting a chance to be the animals voice, and really advocating for them. What I love most about working at this hospital is the compassion the entire staff has for other people’s pets. I share my life with a lovable 6-year-old pit mix named Kahlua. When not tending to our adorable patients, you can find me exploring the beautiful landscapes of Florida, enjoying the great outdoors with Kahlua by my side.​​​​​​​

Brittany Herndon


​​​For as long as I can remember I’ve had a passion for animals. My parents fondly tell stories of me picking the “broken” stuffed animals at the store when I was younger and, as I got older, bringing home injured lizards and bugs. I started working as a veterinary technician in 2014 after spending 2 years at a local animal shelter. I’ve jumped around from general practice to emergency medicine and finally ended up here at TCAR where I couldn’t be happier. I have two adorable corgis and two cats. When I’m not working I enjoy traveling and hiking with my dogs. I am currently enrolled in Purdue University’s veterinary technology program.

Randi Reed

Technician Assistant​​​​​​​

Growing up I have always loved being around animals, and knew one day I would want to work with them. During high school I would volunteer at the local animal shelter. I then started my career as a technician in General practice, and found my way to TCAR after my dog had a FHO surgery. I have a 3 year old Louisiana Catahoula leopard dog that is like my child. I enjoy spending my free time with my family, and friends.

Danielle Lee

Client Liaison ​​​​​​​

If you ask anyone who knows me what my passion is, they’ll say animals. I truly believe that pets offer many of us the purest, goofiest, most loving relationship we can have.

That love has led me to over 10 years in the veterinary field. I’ve worked in varied settings such as emergency clinics, cat and exotic only practices as well as small animal hospitals in both NY and Florida.

Health issues with one of my dogs led me to Dr Amber and Treasure Coast Animal Rehab. I was fascinated from my first time through the door! Things have a great way of working out and I joined the practice in July 2023.

I share my life with a houseful of rescue, older, & disabled pets as well as a family of humans who all love animals as much as I do. In my free time I enjoy reading, doing yoga, learning about a more natural lifestyle and spending time in the water - whether it be the pool or the beach.

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