Deborah Carroll

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Deborah has developed exercise physiology-based rehabilitation programs for pets in veterinary medicine. Her programs and writings are based on over 16 years experience in professional veterinary rehab and therapy as well as over 40 years experience in human sport science and functional recovery. See website or LinkedIn for more info on certifications, programs, and rehabilitation protocol. Instagram and Twitter @rehabdeb

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Move2Live Podcast About Rehabilitation and Conditioning for Animals – Now Available!

About Exercise Physiology-Based Veterinary Rehabilitation, Rehabdeb, Rehabilitation and Conditioning for Animals, and Move2Live As you may have seen on social media outlets, our Moving2Live interview about Rehabilitation and Conditioning for Animals is now live on the Moving2Live website. The interview discusses my background and exercise physiology-based veterinary rehabilitation. You may also fi

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William Shakespeare
“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”
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John Green
“Writing is something you do alone. It’s a profession for introverts who want to tell you a story but don’t want to make eye contact while doing it.”
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“A shattered narrative is still a narrative. We can't escape it, it is what we are.”
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“I think language beautifully full of the poetry of immanent clarification of some small pinprick of what living might mean. Fuck. Why else would anyone care to spend a life writing sentences?”
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