Dr. Nancy Brandt OMD, DVM, CVC, CVA, CVMA
Nancy Brandt DVM, CVC, CVA, CVMA attended the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical School and graduated with honors. Before attending medical school she attained a 5 year triple BA degree in biology, chemistry and physics. In 1998 she began her studies in acupuncture, Chinese medicine, chiropractic medicine, naturopathic modalities like homeopathy and pioneered the field of Veterinary Medical Aromatherapy®. Medical Director at Natural Care Institute, holistic veterinary practice focusing on Traditional Chinese Medicine and other modalities for animals. She has a truly integrative approach to health. She has traveled worldwide promoting a holistic approach to healing.
Dr. Sally Lane, MS, DVM, CVA, CVFT, CCRT
Dr. Sally Lane has been practicing integrative and holistic veterinary medicine for over 18 years. She enjoys working with dogs and cats along with farm, horses, wildlife, and exotic animals. She has a particular interest in acupuncture, rehabilitation, and herbal therapies. Dr. Lane utilizes integrative and holistic therapies in her practice including botanical remedies, nutraceuticals, and aromatherapy. She is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture, Food Therapy, Animal Reiki, and Canine Rehabilitation. She completed a fellowship in pain management in Colorado and obtained a Graduate Diploma in Chinese Veterinary Herbal Medicine with both Eastern and Western herbal modalities through the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies in Australia.
Dr. Diana Neitz
Dr. Neitz is a 2008 graduate of the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She originates from Long Island, New York, and attended Carnegie Mellon University for her undergraduate degree.
From 2003-2004, she had the privilege of working as a student intern in the Frank Lab at the Wadsworth Center in Albany, New York. After graduation from vet school, Dr. Neitz relocated to southern Nevada and has worked in general private practice, corporate practice, a spay-neuter clinic, and a veterinary emergency hospital.
Dr. Neitz has pursued studies at Chi University, including veterinary acupuncture and herbal medicine. She continues to pursue additional studies in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine while staying current on the latest in Western Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Neitz enjoys working with our clients to maximize the health, wellbeing, and lifespan of their pets. She loves getting to know the families and patients who come through the doors here at Integrative Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Carol Tillman graduated from the University of Florida’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1980 and is licensed to practice in Florida, Nevada, and California. Early in her career, she worked at two prominent veterinary hospitals, one in San Francisco and another in Las Vegas. This dual-hospital experience gave her the unique opportunity to practice conventional and alternative medicine
After many years of experiencing the dramatic success of alternative medicine over conventional medicine, Dr. Tillman decided to pursue a formal education in homeopathy in 1996. She has since studied acupuncture, herbal medicine, and several other areas of holistic veterinary care.
Currently, Dr. Tillman practices full-time at integrative Veterinary Hospital formerly Animal Kingdom Veterinary Hospital and uses her experience and knowledge to treat and care for the many patients that see her there.
Dr. Carol Tillman is a member of several veterinary groups, including AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) and AHVMA (American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association). She completed the renowned Dr. Richard Pitcairn’s homeopathy course in 1997 and completed the Advanced Course in Acupuncture at the Chi Institute in 2008.
Dr. Jace King, DVM
Dr. Jace King was born and raised in South Central Utah in the small town of Monroe. He grew up on and spent most of his time working at the family livestock auction and cattle ranch. His interest and desire for veterinary medicine started at a young age while working with and tending to all the different animals.
Following high school, he attended Southern Utah University, majoring in biology with a zoology emphasis. He was then accepted into the Veterinary Medicine Program at Colorado State University, where he graduated in May 2006. Upon graduation, he moved to the St. George area to begin his career as a veterinarian.
His veterinary interests include oncology, chemotherapy, internal medicine, client education/communication, bovine medicine, and orthopedic surgery.
Some of his hobbies include playing and coaching sports, snowboarding, wakeboarding, boating, camping, riding horses, working with cattle, and just relaxing with his family.