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Dr. Stephen B. Lane, DVM

Diplomate (ACVIM)—Specialty of Neurology /
Veterinary Neurology / Neurosurgery

As a native of Colorado, Dr. Lane grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from Colorado State University in 1985. Following a medical and surgical internship program in companion animals at North Carolina State University (NCSU) in 1986, Dr. Lane combined a strong interest in medical neurology and surgery by completing a 3-year residency at NCSU in neurology and neurosurgery. Dr. Lane became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine-Specialty of Neurology in 1993, and continues to be at the forefront in his field, with board certified specialization in Neurosurgery, Specialty of Neurology. Dr. Lane and his team are dedicated to providing unmatched medical and neurosurgical care for companion animals in Colorado and the nation.

OUR TEAM:



Kennel Managers

Walter & Adeline Lane


  • About Walter & Adeline
About Walter & Adeline

Resume Facts: Favorite hobbies include running with toilet paper, tunneling to China, collecting priceless rocks, fresh broccoli cut to size and frolicking with chipmunks. Crowd pleasers.



Neurology Coordinator, BS, BA

Megan B.


  • About Megan
About Megan

Don’t let the word ‘assistant’ underestimate this gal. Megan is a powerhouse Technician Assistant. Even as a young child, Megan had a passion for helping animals and has been involved in volunteering at animal clinics and dog rescues since middle school. During college, Megan volunteered with the Denver Dumb Friends League and completed a pre-vet internship with the Denver Animal Shelter’s clinic. She received degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2014 and moved abroad after graduation to teach English in China! After Megan returned to Colorado, she joined the Neurology team in 2016.  Megan currently has two fur babies, Joey and Emery. Megan is a proud Colorado Native and enjoys hiking, photography, snowboarding, and is a Hatha yoga instructor.

A FUN TIDBIT: The rest of us remember when yoga was called Twister.



AAS, CVT

Erik B.


  • About Erik
About Erik

Ever wonder who is caring for your beloved family pet during the wee hours of the night? Meet Erik, one of our esteemed overnight patient care technicians. These night owls attend to every patient’s medical needs and ensure all of our recovering guests are tucked in safely and comfortably at night.

Erik graduated from Colorado State University in 1994 with a degree in Biological Sciences.  Graduating from, Bel Rea Technical School in 1997, Erik has been working at VRCC for over 20 years. Erik and his teenage son love going to the movies, traveling theme parks and visiting Las Vegas.  A blood donor cat (Vlad), a Boston Terrier (Molly), and a Chihuahua (Meg) have Erik’s entire graced household with their presence and all were adopted from VRCC.

Did we mention that Erik also excels in Tae Kwon Do, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and Mauy Thai kickboxing?

A FUN TIDBIT: Be on the lookout for Erik occasionally showcasing his ‘chop chop’ skills in CCU.



AAS, CVT

Charles D.


  • About Charles
About Charles

Otherwise known as ‘Chuck’ by Dr. Lane, Charles has been a certified veterinary technician for many years, graduating from Bel Rea in 1999. After pursuing and education in art history, he decided to take an alternate route working with animals. After working in general practice for a short time, Charles shifted to working in emergency medicine and joined VRCC in 2006. While working at the VRCC Charles developed an interest in Neurology and has been working part time with RMVN. In his free time, Charles enjoys spending time with his cat “Flash”, cooking and traveling.

A FUN TIDBIT: Charles loves to explore his culinary passion when not working. His two favorite things: Wine + Dinner = Winner Dinner!



CVT

Lynn F.


  • About Lynn
About Lynn

Lynn is a Colorado native whose love of animals was evident at an early age. She grew up caring for many pets, including dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, ducks, chickens and once, a chameleon. Lynn started her professional career in a general practice setting in 1991. She joined the Veterinary Surgical Services of the VRCC practice in 1999 and continued in surgery for 16 years. In 2007, Lynn obtained her CVT certification and joined Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology in April of 2015 with a special interest in Neurosurgery. Lynn loves cooking for her family and friends, playing poker, going to the movies and spending time with her two rescue dogs, Emmitt and Mama G.

A FUN TIDBIT: Lynn orders spicy food just so she doesn’t have to share with others.



AAS, CVT, BS

Becki J.


  • About Becki
About Becki

Ever wonder who collects the most critters in their home? This high honor belongs to one compassionate gal, Becki; whose household accommodates a small herd of VRCC adopted pets. Becki joined the Rmvn team after working in general practice, emergency and dentistry. Patient Care is her forte and was quoted saying ‘my favorite part of working for Rmvn is caring for our patients.’

She received her AAS in animal technology from Bel-rea in 1997 and a BS in animal technology from the university of Denver in 1999. She shares her home with her husband Nick, a pack of dogs, one giant cat and a tortoise. In her free time she enjoys camping, reading and being covered in Chihuahuas.

A FUN TIDBIT: Becki’s wedding vows actually incorporated verbiage stating that she acquires her husband’s approval, rather than ‘surprising’ him when bringing a new family pet home.



BA, AAS, CVT

Olivia K.


  • About Olivia
About Olivia

There’s a smarty-pants in every crowd, and Olivia is that person. While we can go on and on that Olivia has an International Baccalaureate degree, Bachelor of Arts in European Culture and Philosophy from The American University of Paris, and that she worked in veterinary biomechanics prior to joining RMVN in 2016, we can confirm that Olivia is not a geek. Olivia brings vast experience with her as her veterinary medical background includes avian, small animal and emergency medicine. Her interests include: history, biographies, gardening, cooking, the aquarium hobby and the sport of dragon boat racing. Olivia looks forward to meeting you and assisting you with learning more about your pet’s neurologic condition and any European Culture and philosophic question you may throw at her.

A FUN TIDBIT: Food? Yes please!



CVT

Brianna L.


  • About Bri
About Bri

Born and raised in Colorado, Bri is a part-time CVT for RMVN. She knew since she was in high school she wanted a career working with animals and immediately set out to do so after high school. When she isn’t working Bri loves to spend time with her 3 fur kids (wick, furi and ash), hanging out on patios during the summer with friends and a good cheeseburger with an excellent sour beer.

A FUN TIDBIT: Bri only drinks beer on days that end in ‘Y’.



AAS, CVT

Jaclyn M.


  • About Jaci
About Jaci

Determined at an early age to have a career that included cats, Jaci volunteered at a local animal hospital when she was a teenager. Deemed suitable for the work, she continued volunteering through high school, and participating in a mentoring program offered by the school district. After working other jobs in the field, Jaci decided to enroll in Bel-Rea Institute and graduated as a full-fledged Certified Veterinary Technician. After completing her internship at VRCC Emergency Services, Jaci joined the staff in June 2005. After doing some relief work with the Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology, she decided to join the staff full time in July of 2015. When she is not spoiling her cats, she enjoys reading, catching the latest movies, hanging out with family and friends, and watching hockey or college football.

A FUN TIDBIT: Jaci’s favorite drink recipe consists of one part whiskey, two parts whiskey.



AAS, CVT

Alyssa M.


  • About Alyssa
About Alyssa

Alyssa graduated from Pima Medical Institute and started her veterinary career in Colorado Springs in 2013. She briefly moved to Texas, her home state, but couldn’t stop thinking about Colorado. She has experience in general practice, oncology, and anesthesiology. Alyssa says she loves to work out because she equally loves to eat; in fact, she has run two half marathons! In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her two dogs (Lilly and Legend), fishing, reading, binge watching Netflix, and drinking wine with good friends.

FUN TIDBIT: Alyssa is happiest when she’s near the ocean.



AAS, CVT

Jaclyn M.


  • About Jaci
About Jaci

Determined at an early age to have a career that included cats, Jaci volunteered at a local animal hospital when she was a teenager. Deemed suitable for the work, she continued volunteering through high school, and participating in a mentoring program offered by the school district. After working other jobs in the field, Jaci decided to enroll in Bel-Rea Institute and graduated as a full-fledged Certified Veterinary Technician. After completing her internship at VRCC Emergency Services, Jaci joined the staff in June 2005. After doing some relief work with the Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology, she decided to join the staff full time in July of 2015. When she is not spoiling her cats, she enjoys reading, catching the latest movies, hanging out with family and friends, and watching hockey or college football.

A FUN TIDBIT: Jaci’s favorite drink recipe consists of one part whiskey, two parts whiskey.



Technician Assistant

McKauley M.


  • About McKauley
About McKauley

McKauley was born and raised in Colorado. Since she was little, she has had a passion for animals of all shapes and sizes (insects included!). She started her career as a receptionist for a general practice in 2017, but soon after, moved to “the back” and began learning how to be a technician’s assistant. McKauley graduated from Penn Foster career school as a certified veterinary assistant in 2018 and has since taken an interest in emergency and veterinary specialties. She plans on pursuing DVM school in the near future. McKinley has five pets (four of which are special needs) and spends her spare time with her husband and two young daughters.



Technician Assistant

Oliver T.


  • About Oliver
About Oliver
Oliver is an adventurous 29 year old who has been working with animals since 2014. He received his degree of veterinary medicine from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. Oliver has many interests in the veterinary field and is passionate about continuous growth and exploration within the industry. He has been working with exotics and small animals for the past four years. Oliver has a chameleon named Zirrilo and thoroughly enjoys the challenge of owning such a complex reptile. When he is not working, Oliver can be found trail running, camping, rock climbing or his newest passion, ice climbing. 


Neurology Coordinator

Kayleen O.


  • About Kayleen
About Kayleen

Seeing a veterinary neurologist can be stressful. Rest assured, when you call or walk through our door, you will be greeted by one of our friendly client service representatives. One of which is Kayleen, our Lead Client Service Rep who not only oversees the phones, but also ensures you and your veterinarian are well prepared for your first visit to RMVN. Kay is also one of the nicest people you will ever meet. Like you, we were also skeptical of her sweet and caring demeanor, her incessant pleasantries, her patience, her unwavering willingness to help others; the list goes on and on. Despite these shortcomings, we have learned over the past 20+ years that Kayleen is a pure joy to work with. We think you will agree. Kayleen’s time off from work is spent with family and pets.

A FUN TIDBIT: Kay’s motto “Junk Food Is Good!”



Client Service and Personnel Director, BA, MBA, SHRM-CP

John O.


  • About John
About John

John moved from Pennsylvania in 2003 to join the VRCC team as Client Service Manager.  After working part-time for Dr. Lane since 2004 and, being inspired by the team’s work ethic and dedication, John joined the team full-time as Practice Manager in 2015.  John’s passion for customer service and helping clients with all of their needs is a priority for him.  John developed an interest in Human Resources and has been certified as an SHRM-CP through the Society of Human Resource Management since 2009. John’s time is divided between managing the practice’s HR needs and assisting at RMVN’s front desk.  When not at work, John enjoys spending time with his family and friends and swimming.

A FUN TIDBIT: John secretly dreams of being on the Summer Olympics Swim Team.



Technician Assistant

Aimy P.


  • About Aimy
About Aimy


Neurology Coordinator

Angela R.


  • About Angela
About Angela

Need assistance with scheduling your appointment on a weekend? Angela, a Colorado native, attends to the phones each Saturday and is here to help.

Angela’s work history includes working for Marriott in Chicago, a vet clinic in Indiana and the Cardiology Department. Angela and her husband have two whippersnappers: a daughter born in 2016 and their son in 2018. Angela was thrilled to accept a part-time position with Neurology in 2017. Angela’s BA in English comes in handy when editing Dr. Lane’s referral letters. When she’s not helping clients or juggling babies, Angela enjoys spelunking, musical theater, reading, writing, hiking, traveling, cooking, wine and board games.

A FUN TIDBIT: We also wondered what spelunking meant, so we looked it up: spe·lunk·ing /spəˈləNGkiNG/: spelunking is the derogatory term for unprepared cave trips. Origin: “spelunk” is the sound a clumsy caver makes when he slips and falls in a cave and lands in water.



LVT

Stephanie R.


  • About Stephanie
About Stephanie

Stephanie was born and raised in Las Vegas.  Her love for animals led her to pursue a career in Veterinary Medicine and she graduated from the PIMA Medical Institute in 2010.  She then began working at a general practice veterinary hospital upon completion of her internship, which focused on assisting in stem cell therapy and orthopedic surgeries.  She then began working in human personal injury from 2016 until recently.  Stephanie realized her passion was still in veterinary medicine so she decided to come back to what she truly loves.  What better way then in a new state! In her free time, Stephanie enjoys some good whiskey, concerts with friends, her three legged chihuahua, Tres, and traveling.

FUN TIDBIT: Go Knights Go!



Technician Manager, AAS, CVT, VTS (Anesthesia, Neurology)

Lori S.


  • About Lori
About Lori

Lori is one of our long-timers; she is a well-respected team member and leads our technical team. Lori graduated from the Bel-Rea Institute in 1998 and joined Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology in July 2003. She received her Technician Specialty Certification in Anesthesia in 2004 as the 17th member of the Academy of Veterinary Technician Anesthetists. In addition, she obtained Specialty Certification in Neurology in 2011 and is an active board member. Lori presents short lectures, articles and book chapters on anesthesia and companion animal neurology topics for technicians. Lori enjoys the benefits of Colorado, including hiking, golf and gardening, and spending time with her husband and her dog, Ky Mani.

A FUN TIDBIT: Lori is very ‘particular’ when it comes to food. When ordering takeout, Lori prefers to order grilled cheese or mac n cheese… from the children’s menu.



AAS, CVT, BS

Brian S.


  • About Brian
About Brian

Brian was born and raised in Taiwan and moved to the U.S. in his early twenties. He was introduced to skiing and it became his favorite activity – that’s how he ended up in Colorado. Brian attended the Bel-Rea Institute and passed the VTNE exam in 2006 and has been a veterinary technician ever since. Over the years, he has worked in many areas of veterinary medicine, including general practice, internal medicine, emergency, patient care, and reproduction. Brian joined our team in 2018 as an overnight patient care technician. Brian is very honored to join the team at Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology and is glad that he can progress further and learn more in this profession.



Technician Assistant

Katy W.


  • About Katy
About Katy

Katy was born and raised in Colorado. She graduated from Gettysburg College in 2015 with a BA in political science and promptly decided that a career in veterinary medicine was what she actually wanted. After 5 great years in general practice and a master’s degree in biomedical science, she decided to make the move to Denver. In her free time, Katy can be found at the breweries, cooking for her friends, or reading with a cat curled up in her lap.



AAS, CVT

Paije W.


  • About Paije
About Paije

Paije moved to Fort Collins in 2011 and hasn’t looked back since.  She will never forget her Nebraskan roots (Go Big Red!).  She graduated in 2014 from the Veterinary Technician Program at Front Range Community College and became certified with the State of Colorado in the same year. She immediately started working in a general practice hospital for 3 great years. She then transitioned to emergency medicine and loved the fast paced environment. This year, Paije, her boyfriend and their scruffy chihuahua moved to Denver and she is starting a new adventure in Veterinary Neurology! Paije is a big fan of warm weather and you can find her doing anything outdoors during the summer with good friends and a good beer in hand!


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Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology
3550 South Inca Street
Englewood, CO 80110

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