DVM, PhD, Diplomate American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, CCRP, CERP
Dr. Drum grew up riding and showing Thoroughbred horses which led to an interest in Veterinary Sports Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation. She received her DVM from Colorado State University in 2006. Dr. Drum also received a PhD in Equine Orthopedics from the Colorado State University Equine Orthopedic Research Center in 2006 where her research focused on subchondral bone density mapping in racehorses and non-racing horses.
Dr. Drum is the primary supervising clinician for the Small Animal Rehabilitation service and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Drum has a widely varied background, drawing from her experiences with Physical Rehabilitation in multiple species, including horses, camelids, pigs, sheep, chickens, avian/exotic pets, zoo animals and of course dogs and cats. Dr. Drum's current research interests involve Osteoarthritis, Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy, Physical Rehabilitation, and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.