Jeanine Freeberg received her BS in Physical Therapy from Northern Illinois University in 1998 and her transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in 2007. She has specialized in pediatric physical therapy working in a variety of settings including a large pediatric teaching hospital, outpatient clinics, schools, and home health. She received her neurodevelopmental treatment certification for children with cerebral palsy in 2002. She also specializes in canine rehabilitation and has worked in veterinary rehabilitation clinics and the home health setting since 2002. She currently serves as the Illinois state liaison to the animal rehabilitation special interest group of the APTA. She has lectured on the topic of canine rehabilitation previously at the Illinois Physical Therapy Association, the International Association of Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy, the Chicago School of Canine Massage, and is scheduled to speak at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting in February 2018. She has also lectured to canine law enforcement officers on the topic of health and wellness in the canine police officer. Jeanine has enjoyed extrapolating her knowledge from the pediatric physical therapy world to her canine clients and is the proud Mom of two adorable dachshunds with special needs.