The Vet and Rehab Center of Cape Elizabeth

207 Ocean House Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107



Our Rehabilitation Team



Ginger Browne Johnson, DVM, CCRP is a graduate of Tufts University Veterinary School and received her CCRP certification (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner) from the University of Tennessee in 2007. She was the director of rehabilitation at Animotion Animal Rehabilitation Center in Massachusetts before moving back to Maine and buying VRCCE in July of 2012.

Jodi Bandola-Marks, MPT, CCRP joined our staff in 2017. She earned her BS in Biology from Boston College in 1997 and a Masters in Physical Therapy from Notre Dame in 2001. She has been a licensed physical therapist since 2001. Jodi earned her CCRP in August of 2018 and has been working with us here at VRCCE since her internship. She and her husband Dan and step-daughter Nora live on the beach, where she enjoys running with her Great Danes, Sam Adams and Sky.

Charles S. Evans, MPT, CCRP is a Licensed Physical Therapist. He received his degree from Notre Dame College in 2001 and his CCRP in 2003. Recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians (AARV), he was Director of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation at Dover Veterinary Hospital and practiced at Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital and Port City Veterinary Referral Hospital before joining the staff here at VRCCE in 2015.

Lisa Woodman, PT, CCRP is a well known member of the VRCCE canine rehab team.  A Maine native, she earned her BS in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 1988.  A life-long dog lover, she got her CCRP education through the University of Tennessee.  Over the past 30 years she has developed her manual skills in treating soft-tissue and joint issues – skills she looks forward to utilizing for her canine patients.

Lisa enjoys spending time with her life-partner, Mercy, and their golden retriever, Scout, biking, reading and painting with watercolors.

Darci Williams, PT Assistant, is the newest member of the VRCCE canine rehab team. She joins us from the human field of physical therapy, and is enjoying her ongoing studies to become certified in animal rehab as well.