Alycia Lamb, DVM, CCRT, VOSMA Certified Practitioner

Dr. Alycia Lamb graduated with dual veterinary degrees from Washington State University and Oregon State University in 2000.  In 2005, she completed her CCRT (Canine Certified Rehabilitation Therapist) from The Canine Rehabilitation Institute.  In the same year, Dr. Lamb opened Sunset Hill Veterinary & Rehabilitation Center.  Dr. Lamb was the first veterinary rehabilitation specialist to practice in Seattle.

Since 2015, Dr. Lamb has begun to focus primarily on rehabilitation, allowing her three veterinary colleagues to run the general practice. Under the tutelage of Drs. Sherman and Deb Canapp, Dr. Lamb is now offering advanced and minimally invasive diagnostic procedures like: musculoskeletal ultrasound and needle arthroscopy.  In addition, Dr. Lamb is a leader in veterinary regenerative medicine in the Seattle area, with the capability to obtain and process bone-marrow-derived Stem Cells and Platelet Rich Plasma for same day injection into tendons, ligaments and/or joints.  This treatment is used to heal partial cruciate ligament tears (non-surgical), treat tendinopathies, and improve arthritic joints.  

Dr. Lamb works with a variety of patients from young canine athletes to seniors with arthritis.  Her goal is to accurately diagnose a patient, be minimally invasive, and choose the best treatment plan for that patient.  In her spare time she enjoys being a regular on KIRO 7’s radio show: It’s Raining Cats and Dogs, reading, gardening and spending time with her husband, 2 children, 1 Labrador, 1 Chihuahua, and 1 amazing cat.