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About the Experts
Dan Brown, DVM, is the business development director for Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging. He received his veterinary degree from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom and has nearly 20 years of experience in the veterinary profession. Since his time in practice in England, Dan has held management positions with veterinary companies in both Europe and the United States. Specifically, he has been heavily involved in teaching and training anesthesia and worked with many of the leading veterinarians in the field of diagnostic imaging and lameness; including several Olympic team vets. Dan is an avid skydiver and currently lives in Illinois with his wife Kim and their dog Zoey.
Rachel Buchholz, DVM, is an associate veterinarian at Northwest Equine Performance in Mulino, Oregon. She currently manages the standing MRI unit at the practice, as well as seeing horses for various lameness and sports medicine related issues. Buchholz graduated from Michigan State University, where she worked in the renowned Mary Ann McPhail Equine Performance Center studying equine spinal anatomy, pathologies, and therapies. Her professional interests include equine physiotherapy, advanced diagnostic imaging, and western performance horse issues.
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