Lisa Bedenbaugh, PT, CCRP
Lisa brings extensive physical therapy experience to CRS. A 1988 graduate of Daemen College with a B.S. in Physical Therapy, Lisa today has 30 years of experience in the field. She has worked in multiple clinical settings, including orthopaedics, neurology, home health and acute care. In 2003, she earned accreditation as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP) from the University of Tennessee, and began practicing small animal physical rehabilitation. Since that time, she has transitioned primarily to the animal rehabilitation field. Lisa is the Georgia state liaison for the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Animal Rehabilitation special interest group, and is co-author of an independent study course on evaluation of the canine rehabilitation patient for them. As well as hosting fitness and conditioning workshops, Lisa has spoken both locally and internationally on topics in canine rehabilitation. She is currently Director of Rehabilitation at North Georgia Veterinary Specialist, a multi-disciplinary referral practice in Buford, GA.
Who is the dog in the picture? Kula (2000-2015), sharing a “snuggle” with her mom.

Scott Bedenbaugh
Scott brings a diverse set of design and technical skills to CRS. After majoring in chemistry in college, he spent nearly ten years as a licensed optician, and 15 years as an aircraft mechanic. As a result, he brings precision, quality and mechanical design to his work with CRS. Scott turns ideas into designs, and is responsible for prototyping and production of CRS products. He also manages web site development, social media, photography and video production.
Who is the shark in the picture? Caribbean reef shark, during shark-feeding dive in the Bahamas, with Scott.