Now Offering: Mobile Rehabilitation Services!

Meet the team

Trek Veterinary Surgery Team

Jeremiah D. Moorer, DVM, Diplomate ACVS

Dr. Moorer and his mobile veterinary surgical team travel throughout Denver and The Front Range performing specialty surgeries at numerous veterinary hospitals and clinics. He grew up in South Georgia and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Dr. Moorer completed a 1-year rotating internship at Texas A&M University after graduation. He then spent 1 year at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center as a surgical intern before obtaining a residency in small animal surgery at Oklahoma State University. He completed the 3-year residency at OSU in 2013 and stayed on for a year as faculty. During that time he also passed the ACVS certification examination in 2014 to become board-certified in small animal surgery.

After leaving OSU, Dr. Moorer spent 3 years in San Antonio in a multi-specialty hospital performing soft tissue, orthopedic, and neurologic surgeries. Dr. Jeremiah D. Moorer’s Trek Vet team can help your small animals with expert, professional, and caring care for orthopedic surgery and soft tissue surgery.

Megan Figueroa

Megan Figueroa

I was born and raised in Colorado! I started working at a local vet clinic after high school and fell in love with the field. I moved to Wisconsin for a short time and worked with a range of species and a vet clinic there. Colorado called me back home in the summer of 2015. From 2015 until spring of 2021 I found myself working at several different vet clinics and animal ER clinics until I found my niche with Dr. Moorer in the spring of 2021! I have 2 rescue dogs (an American Staffordshire terrier and a mini Australian shepherd), 3 cats, 3 horses, ducks and chickens, a gecko, and a few fish as well. I escape from the world by riding my horses or taking the dogs on a hike. If I am not doing one of those 2 things, you can usually find me curled up in a corner reading a good book! I enjoy watching rodeo events, hockey games, going fishing, and hunting as well!

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Emily Joosten, RVT, Director of Operations

I was born and raised in Minnesota then attended college at University of Wisconsin- La Crosse where I earned my bachelor’s degree in Marketing. In 2012 I decided it was time for a change and moved to Colorado to pursue my life long dream of working with animals by entering the veterinary medicine field and becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician. I worked in general practice for 5 years followed by the last 5+ years in specialty, specifically surgery, practices. In my spare time I love to hike, read, cook, travel, and enjoy everything beautiful Colorado has to offer with my husband, friends, and family.

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Rebecca Powell, RVT

I was raised in a small mountain town in Colorado until 2015 when I left home to attend school to become a marine biologist, but found my heart was and always will be in veterinary medicine. Since 2018, I have been working under amazing teams that helped me to progress my career as a veterinary assistant, allowing me to the opportunity to become a Registered Veterinary technician. I discovered a love for surgery and took the leap to learn a new set of skills and experiences with Dr. Moorer and his team!

When not at work, you can find me exploring the city, adventuring in the mountains or at home with my dogs and cat.

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Jessica Domery, RVT, CCRVN

I graduated from Bel-Rea Institute in June of 2011, receiving my Associate degree in Applied Science and certification in Veterinary Technology. As a technician
I gained my initial experience at two veterinary clinics in addition to working at a canine daycare and boarding facility. After discovering CRCG and the rehabilitation services offered there, I became interested in what they were all about. While employed at CRCG from 2014-2023, I received my certification as a Canine Rehab Veterinary Nurse. I also have about 3 years of experience with in-home pet sitting, mostly for rehab patients.

I then discovered Trek Veterinary Surgery and was excited to join their team! Being mobile in rehabilitation has many benefits for the pets as a lot of them are more comfortable in their own home! I enjoy every aspect of my job – playing a big role in each pet’s health, happiness and comfort by assisting in appropriate pain management, building and maintaining strength and in some cases re-training patients on how to move or walk.
Observing a patient’s progress and improvement over a period of time is a major
reward in rehabilitation as you are playing a big role in enhancing their mobility for a more functional and joyful life.

In my spare time, I enjoy being with my family (husband, son and step daughter) and 2 dogs (Nikita and Riley), visiting the mountains, and bike riding!

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Becky Limmani, Rehabilitation

I graduated from the University of Kansas and immediately moved to Denver to attend Bel Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 2001. After a year spent in general practice I joined a veterinary neurology and neurosurgery practice, where my interest in physical rehabilitation began. In 2005 I joined an outpatient canine rehab practice, and obtained my certification from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, as well as gaining additional credentials through the Boulder School of Massage Therapy. Canine rehab has been my life for nearly 20 years and I couldn’t imagine a more rewarding career. My spare time is spent with my three kids, husband, two dogs and a cat.