Dr. Casey Damron
Dr. Damron developed his love for animals growing up on a farm in southern middle Tennessee. In 1998, he received his Doctorate Degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. After graduation, Dr. Damron practiced for six years with large and small animals. However, his focus has been directed towards small animal medicine in recent years.
From 2006 to 2009, he obtained additional training in Eastern Medicine at The Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. At Chi, Dr. Damron studied under Eastern veterinary medicine expert Dr. Huisheng Xie. His studies include Chinese Acupuncture, Herbology, Food Therapy, and Tui Na. Trained in both Western and Eastern Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Damron’s primary focus is on treating small animals.
Through his training and experience, Dr. Damron and his staff are able to provide the full range of veterinary services to their client’s pets. Dr. Damron enjoys spending time on his boat with family and friends in his free time. He enjoys boating, camping, fishing and volunteering with the men’s ministry at his church. He is also a devoted Tennessee Vols fan.
Stacy joined the practice in March 2009. For over 19 years, she has worked as a veterinary assistant and enjoys the daily interaction with pets and their people. She is familiar with the local area and enjoys representing White Oak at many extramural events such as Bowie Park’s “NatureFest” and “Barks for Parks”. Stacy has two sons and three cats and 1 dog. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, reading, cooking for friends and spending time outdoors.
Chelsea works full-time as our veterinary technician. She joined our team in 2013 after completing her A.A.S. degree in veterinary technology at Columbia State Community College. Chelsea has always had a passion for animals and helping, which is what led her to this career choice. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, gardening and being outdoors. She has two German shepherds named Remington and Zeus.