Meet Our Veterinary Care Team
All of our doctors are licensed veterinarians in the state of Massachusetts and regularly attend Continuing Education Courses and Conferences to offer their patients the latest advancements and technology in veterinary medicine.
All IAHC doctors are members of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) and MVMA (Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association).
Get to know our team!
NICOLE FREEMAN, DVM, CVA
I am a University of Michigan alumnus of undergraduate studies. In 2002 I earned my veterinary degree from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. After a one-year rotating Internship at VCA South Shore, I have worked in the Metro-West suburbs in general practice and urgent care for 20 years. In 2022 I became a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist through IVAS.
My areas of special interest include dental care and surgical dentistry, anesthesiology and pain management, management of complex internal medicine diagnoses, and geriatric care. I am excited to incorporate Traditional Chinese Medicine into patient care through acupuncture. The ability to bring a diverse array of medical therapies to each patient allows for balanced and effective treatment plans.
In my free time, my husband and I have 2 busy teens, a geriatric cat, and a 10-year-old 60lb mutt dog. I am passionate about traveling, live music, and finding time for self-care.
LINDA ROGERS, DVM
Dr. Linda Rogers is a fellow 2003 graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine graduated in 2003. She has been practicing conventional medicine with a holistic approach and has a special interest in the musculoskeletal system. Dr. Rogers has completed advanced training in chiropractic manipulation, prolotherapy, and applied kinesiology and rehabilitation. She is a member of the AVMA, AHVMA, and MVMA. Her dog sports include sheep herding with her border collie, positive dog training for competitive obedience, and nose work.
VICTORIA PAPSCOE, DVM
Dr. Victoria Papscoe is a 2003 graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has been performing surgery at IAHC since 2005. Her passion is avian and exotic animal medicine and surgery, and has worked locally for 14 years before joining IAHC full-time. Dr. Papscoe is IVAS certified in veterinary acupuncture and also has a special interest in feline medicine. She is a member AVMA, MVMA, AAV, AEMV, ARAV. Currently, she shares her home with three cats and a husband named John. In her spare time, Dr. Papscoe enjoys traveling and is obsessed with going to rock concerts.