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From MRI's on Lions to Therapeutic Riding: A Vet's Diverse Career

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Unveil the world of rural veterinary practice with Dr. Pam Pierceall, a seasoned vet with 37 years of experience in Iowa. With a lion named Buford and a private zoo in her repertoire, Pam walks us through the thrill and satisfaction of her career, right down to her decision to settle in a rural community. Her stories, ranging from performing an MRI on Buford to navigating the nuances of small-town practice, are sure to captivate you.
We then pivot to explore a fascinating link between veterinary medicine and foster kids with Dr. Craig Curtis, a brain health researcher. He highlights the significance of moderate exercise for brain health, setting the stage for Dr. Pierceall's recent passion project. She's been actively involved with the children of the Marion County Therapeutic Riding Association in Ocala, contributing her skills in an unexpected yet impactful manner.
The episode wraps up with a candid conversation about the challenges of rural veterinary practices. We talk about the transformative power of technology, and the leaps and bounds social media has made in the veterinary industry. Join us next Friday at 9 am for our next episode, and don't hesitate to connect if you have any questions or would like to support the show.

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Open Forum in The Villages, Florida is Produced & Directed by Mike Roth
A new episode will be released most Fridays at 9 AM
Direct all questions and comments to mike@rothvoice.com
If you know a Villager who should appear on the show, please contact us at: mike@rothvoice.com

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Hoofdstukken

1. From MRI's on Lions to Therapeutic Riding: A Vet's Diverse Career (00:00:00)

2. Veterinary Practice and Experiences (00:00:10)

3. Veterinary Medicine and Foster Kids (00:11:57)

4. Challenges and Changes in Veterinary Practice (00:19:02)

5. Next Episode Release and Supporters Mentioned (00:28:40)

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Manage episode 375847696 series 3444984
Inhoud geleverd door Mike Roth & Guests and Mike Roth. Alle podcastinhoud, inclusief afleveringen, afbeeldingen en podcastbeschrijvingen, wordt rechtstreeks geüpload en geleverd door Mike Roth & Guests and Mike Roth of hun podcastplatformpartner. Als u denkt dat iemand uw auteursrechtelijk beschermde werk zonder uw toestemming gebruikt, kunt u het hier beschreven proces https://nl.player.fm/legal volgen.

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Unveil the world of rural veterinary practice with Dr. Pam Pierceall, a seasoned vet with 37 years of experience in Iowa. With a lion named Buford and a private zoo in her repertoire, Pam walks us through the thrill and satisfaction of her career, right down to her decision to settle in a rural community. Her stories, ranging from performing an MRI on Buford to navigating the nuances of small-town practice, are sure to captivate you.
We then pivot to explore a fascinating link between veterinary medicine and foster kids with Dr. Craig Curtis, a brain health researcher. He highlights the significance of moderate exercise for brain health, setting the stage for Dr. Pierceall's recent passion project. She's been actively involved with the children of the Marion County Therapeutic Riding Association in Ocala, contributing her skills in an unexpected yet impactful manner.
The episode wraps up with a candid conversation about the challenges of rural veterinary practices. We talk about the transformative power of technology, and the leaps and bounds social media has made in the veterinary industry. Join us next Friday at 9 am for our next episode, and don't hesitate to connect if you have any questions or would like to support the show.

Support the Show.

Open Forum in The Villages, Florida is Produced & Directed by Mike Roth
A new episode will be released most Fridays at 9 AM
Direct all questions and comments to mike@rothvoice.com
If you know a Villager who should appear on the show, please contact us at: mike@rothvoice.com

  continue reading

Hoofdstukken

1. From MRI's on Lions to Therapeutic Riding: A Vet's Diverse Career (00:00:00)

2. Veterinary Practice and Experiences (00:00:10)

3. Veterinary Medicine and Foster Kids (00:11:57)

4. Challenges and Changes in Veterinary Practice (00:19:02)

5. Next Episode Release and Supporters Mentioned (00:28:40)

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