Dr. Amy Roberts

Dr. Roberts grew up in Trenton Missouri. She graduated from the University Of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After graduation she interned in mixed animal practice at the University of Kansas. She has also worked emergency medicine and has done relief work before purchasing the Northland Animal Hospital in 2013. When she is not at work she enjoys being outdoors and taking her two dogs, Marley and Zoey, for walks.

Dr. Stephanie J. Winter, DC, MSW, IVCA, ESMT, CMT

Dr. Stephanie Winter is a Doctor of Chiropractic, certified in Animal Chiropractic by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association.

She obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Life University in Marietta, GA and graduated from Options for Animals College of Animal Chiropractic in Wellsville, KS. She also has her Mastes from the University of Kansas and Bachelors of Science from the Univeristy of Minnesota. She is Certified in Equine Sports Massage Therapy and Canine Massage Therapy, as well as a certified Reiki Level I and II Provider.

She frequently take Continuing Education to remain educated in the most current information regarding animal chiropractic. Some of her completed coursework is as follows:

· ESE1: Equine EcoSomatics 1: CranioSacral Technique and Myofascial Release
· Equine Foot and Ankle: Biomechanics, Balancing, Radiology, Trimming and Shoeing
· Complete Extremity Technique Review: Canine Functional Neurology with Forelimb and Hindlimb Injuries
· CMRT: Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique
· Practical Rehabilitation Techniques for the Animal Chiropractic Patient
· Cervical and Thoracolumbar Vertebral Column’s Influence on Biomechanics and Neurology with Clinical Correlates
· Structural Analysis, Gait Evaluation, and Chiropractic Correction Using Advanced Techniques

Dr. Winter devotes 100% of her practice and expertise to animal chiropractic. Her main goal is to help your animal achieve its optimum level of health and wellness. Animal chiropractic benefits not only the canine athlete, but also the household pet! Patients from both ends of the spectrum seek chiropractic care, from the ageing arthritic pet to the show dog who wants a smoother topline and more fluid movement. Most commonly, people request chiropractic care for their pets to help with neck and back pain, limping, bowel incontinence, seizures, hip dysplasia, and overall health and wellness.

Dr. Winter is a small town farm girl who combines her two passions – animals and chiropractic! She currently resides in Lees Summit with her husband and Golden Retrievers! She loves spending time with the dogs, riding horses, reading, and playing at the pool.


Registered Veterinary Technician
Abigail joined our team in May as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Abigail has been in veterinary medicine for 10 years and graduated from the Maple Woods Community College Veterinary Technology Program in 2010. Abigail has a passion for client education and is currently working to obtain certification as a Nutritional Advocate enabling her to better address any food and nutrition concerns regarding our patients. She also has a special interest in cold laser therapy, which is utilized to manage pain and inflammatory conditions.

When she is not at the clinic, she spends time with her daughter and enjoys the outdoors. They love to go fishing and horseback riding. Their home is shared with two furry family members, Gus (the mohawk and occasional mullet wearing) Pomeranian and Clifford the cat.


June has been grooming at ACBS for 24 years. She enjoys pampering our client’s pets. She refers to her appointments as “a day at the spa”. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time in her barn with her family and friends.


Carley started with us in October 2017. Her outgoing personality and previous veterinary experience makes her a great asset to our team. She is the social butterfly of the hospital. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her family and pit bull named Princess Baby Rainbow Sparkles.


Veterinary Assistant
Jamie joined our team in 2010 with previous veterinary experience. She brings a variety of skills to our team. Making your pet feel as comfortable as possible is her main goal. Her favorite part of her job is making sick animals feel better. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 dogs.


Veterinary Assistant
Kathy started with the Northland Animal Hospital in 1999 as a kennel attendant. After gaining experience she later moved to the Veterinary Assistant position where she excels at caring for our patients. Her favorite part of her job is helping animals recover from surgery. Kathy is passionate about her job and loves helping others. When she is not working she is taking care of her 3 Pomeranians, 1 Boston terrier, 3 kids, and a husband. She is always busy.

Lisa K.

Kennel Technician
Lisa joined ACBS in the summer of 2013. She brings a great positive attitude to our hospital. She has a passion for helping to care for our client’s animals. Her favorite part of her job is making the animals feel as much at home as possible. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors.


Kennel Assistant
Haley joined our team in March of 2018, she came to us with three years of kennel experience. She really enjoys the hands-on work that comes along with working in the kennel. Her main goal is to make our patients happy and safe. Haley is currently studying psychology and hopes to get into the animal psychology and behavior field. She lives with her three dogs, five cats, a snake, a hamster, and a few fish. In her free time she competes in TaeKwando tournaments, reads, and likes to draw.


Kennel Assistant
Bio coming soon.