Jill Kuhl, PT, MS, DPT, CCRTjillmarti_profile

Background and Education:
Residency Training: University of California, San Francisco
Certification: Doctor of Physical Therapy (2011), Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist (2012)

Dr. Jill Kuhl is a graduate of UC San Diego, where she majored in physiology and neuroscience. Dr. Kuhl then earned a Masters as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UC San Francisco. Dr. Kuhl presented her doctoral research at the California Physical Therapy Association Conference in 2011. She obtained her certification as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist in 2012.

Dr. Kuhl particularly enjoys the challenges of canine and feline pediatrics and neurological diagnoses. She was initially drawn to physical therapy by her own experience as a patient after a knee injury. While attending a physical therapy convention, she discovered canine rehabilitation and became interested in applying her skills to the veterinary world. When not practicing, Jill is an accomplished artist/painter whose work has been shown in several galleries. She also enjoys skydiving, kickboxing, international travel, and cooking. She is also a doctor with Los Medico Voladores (Flying Doctors) and participates in non-profit work in Guatemala and Peru.


Margot Daly, DVM, CCRPnoemp

Veterinary School: University of California, Davis
Internship Training: FloridaWild Veterinary Hospital

Dr. Margot Daly is a graduate of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine (2013). She completed her undergraduate studies at the UC Berkeley, where she earned a degree in Sociology. Following veterinary school, Dr. Daly worked for a general practice/emergency medicine hospital in the Sacramento area. She then moved to Florida to complete an internship in integrative medicine, covering rehabilitation, acupuncture, and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM). Dr. Daly then completed a certification program in Canine Rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

A long-time equestrian, Dr. Daly found herself drawn to veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation early on. She has a particular interest in biomechanics, regenerative medicine, and pain management.

When not practicing, Dr. Daly enjoys cooking and riding horses. She’s the proud owner of a one-eyed ex-racehorse named Uno. Margot is also an avid cyclist and interested in triathlons.


Additional Physical Rehabilitation Team at our Other Hospital

Redwood City
Jenny Jones