Dr. Cobb began her alternative medicine career in 2000 after witnessing Chineses herbs cure a soon-to-be euthanized horse after months of conventional therapy at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2008, her mentor, Dr. Gloria Weintrub, often called the grandmother of alternative medicine, joined her in opening Pathways to Wellness.
Dr. Cobb’s favorite parts of the practice are sports medicine and research. Agility and Obedience dogs frequent the practice for exams, chiropractic and acupuncture. Geriatric dogs benefit from Dr. Cobb’s willingness to spend hours researching conditions in order to help clients determine the best course of action for their pet.
A friendly, caring atmosphere and willingness to work with client’s wishes are mainstays of the practice.
Dr. Weintrub is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine who has been utilizing alternative modalities for over 25 years. Her vast experience provides a knowledge base that is highly sought after by clients and veterinarians. She has served on the board of several alternative veterinary medical societies. Sport dogs and their care are her passion. Though Dr. Weintrub had retired, she is still often found at the practice working with stem cell therapy.
Dr. Cobb is a 1989 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She started her alternative medicine career in 2000. She has taken many courses and has years of experience and training under Dr. Gloria Weintrub.
Her favorite parts of practice are chiropractic, acupuncture and research. She takes great joy in keeping sport dogs in top form and in delving into the details. Clients appreciate up-to-date advice specific to the conditions facing their particular pet.