mind. body. spirit.

meet dr. Sarah Urban d.v.m.

is a 2012 graduate from Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She is a certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP), certified in Mixed Animal Acupuncture (CVA) from the Chi Institute, and dually certified in Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy (cVSMT) aka chiropractic from the Healing Oasis and Health Pioneers programs.

She is currently working on a master’s program in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine from the Chi Institute. She also has attended animal postural rehabilitation classes which combine movement, dentistry, farrier work, and chiropractic. She is a member of the College of Animal Chiropractors, Inc. (CoAC).

Her special interests include canine and equine sports medicine, nutrition, applied kinesiology, and integrative cancer therapies. 

Dr. Urban wants all clients to feel enabled and empowered in their decisions that they make for their animal companions. Dr. Urban is currently seeing patients at her office in Gettysburg and Godfrey's Dogdom in Mohnton, PA. Dr. Urban is also accepting appointments for horses and other large animals.

Dr. Urban resides in Gettysburg, PA with her Coconut Retriever Lassie, her Border Collie Rex and her Quarter Horse mare, Indy.
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What is Integrative Medicine?​

Integrative Veterinary Medicine is a healing oriented medical approach that takes into account all aspects of an individual: body, mind and spirit. It makes use of all appropriate conventional and complimentary medical options to offer a larger variety of treatment options for patients. It emphasizes the importance of choosing the “best tool from the box,” when considering treatment options for patients and often combines the best options available from both Eastern and Western medical approaches to achieve the maximum benefits possible.

At EIVS, we believe that each patient and their guardian should be “enabled” to reach their full health potential through open communication and education. We are a practice that fosters communicative integrative medicine, not just a quick 15-minute appointment to address concerns.

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Patty started her veterinary career in 2014 as a veterinary technician in primary medicine. In 2016 Patty went into emergency and critical care prior to moving in a vet tech management position. It is in that role that she discovered her passion for leading and guiding the support team who were responsible for taking care of many beloved pets.

As practice manager at EIVS, Patty is honored to help make a difference in patient lives and excited to be part of this growing medical field. Patty is looking forward to meeting each and everyone one of you.

When Patty is not working she enjoys horseback riding with her husband and daughters.Along with caring for their four horses, Patty also cares for their French Bulldogs and rescue fur-babies.
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