Dr. Ridley received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Cornell Universityin 2001. She is a certified canine rehabilitation therapist through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute,certified inveterinary acupuncture through the Chi Institute, a Certified Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapist through The Healing Oasis (Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy is often referred to as Veterinary or Animal Chiropractic). Dr. Ridley is currently pursuing training in Chinese herbal medicine and has a special interest in geriatric medicine, hospice care and the treatment of chronic medical conditions. Dr. Ridley lives in Chicago with her two cats, Lourdes and Lorenzo. In her free time, she enjoys travel, swimming, scuba diving and eating!
Dr. Deanne Zenoni received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Michigan State University in 2003. Since then she has worked in general practice, emergency medicine and animal rehabilitation with dogs, cats and exotics. She has also worked with a variety of wildlife and zoo animals in the past, including time spent at theTaronga Zoo in Australia. Dr. Zenoni is certified inveterinary acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and certified inveterinary spinal manipulation therapy through theHealing Oasis, where she is now an instructor. In addition to her many professional achievements and interests, Dr. Zenoni is married with two children, two dogs, and two frogs. In what free time she has left she enjoys volleyball and reading and has taken up running.
Arlene O. Rodriguez, DVM, cCRT*
Dr. Arlene O. Rodriguez is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist with approximately 25 years of veterinarian experience in general practice. She is currently pursuing training in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine. She was born and raised in Illinois and received her bachelor degree from Loyola University and received her doctorate from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Through her experiences in daily practice Dr. Rodriguez realized that there was a great need for Rehabilitation Therapy to enable her to improve the quality of life for her patients. This was the driving force for her to obtain her CCRT training at The Canine Rehabilitation Institute. Dr. Arlene Rodriguez is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Chicago VMA, Illinois State VMA and American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians. When not doing rehabilitation and working at her general practice she spends time with her husband, two teenage children and her two dogs Cookie and Rascal. Her interests include tennis, golf and reading.