Philadelphia native, Dr. Natalie Campbell did not stray too far from home during her career in higher education. She obtained her Bachelor of Science at Drexel University and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from University of Pennsylvania in 1998. Following graduation, Dr. Campbell completed a medical and surgical internship at a specialty practice outside of Boston, MA. Eventually making her way back to Philadelphia, Dr. Campbell practiced general and emergency medicine for a number of years.
In 2012, Dr. Campbell earned her Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (CCRP) through the University of Tennessee School of Veterinary Medicine and established a successful rehab service at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware. She is also certified in Canine Osteoarthritis Management and is a member of the AARV (American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians). Although, Dr. Campbell loves all things rehab, she has a special interest in improving the quality of life for senior companions.
Outside of work, Dr. Campbell lives in Delaware County with her family, which includes three teenagers. During her free time, she likes to cycle, garden and knit.
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