Welcome to Gentry & Bierbaum Equine
Dr. Traci Gentry and Dr. Kelsey Bierbaum hold memberships to the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) as well as the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
We are located in South Johnson Co. Kansas and are proud to serve Bucyrus, KS and surrounding areas. We are licensed to practice in Kansas and Missouri.
Gentry & Bierbaum Equine offers a variety of in clinic and ambulatory services including routine preventative care, vaccination, in house Coggins testing and routine blood work, pre-purchase exam, lameness exam, radiology, mobile endoscopy, ultrasonography, ophthalmology and dentistry.
Dr. Bierbaum completed courses from Options for Animals Chiropractic School in Wellsville, Kansas. Contact us if you are interested in setting up a consultation.
We have the capabilities of breeding with fresh shipped semen at your farm or the clinic.
We offer 24/7 emergency service for our equine clients. We do charge an after-hours emergency fee along with the other charges normally incurred for diagnosis and treatment. To reach us in an emergency please call 913-681-3636.
We offer platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections for tendon and ligament injuries, arthritis, non-healing wounds and endometritis. PRP is a safer alternative to steroid injections and minimally invasive.
Dr. Traci Gentry
Dr. Traci Gentry was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. She graduated from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 after receiving a Bachelor’s in Science from Kansas State in 2010. She then pursued an equine internship at Retama Equine Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Gentry and her husband Thomas moved to Overland Park, KS in June of 2015 to join Dr. Palmer in private practice. In her free time, she enjoys riding and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Kelsey Bierbaum
Dr. Kelsey Bierbaum was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. She graduated from Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. After graduation she pursued an equine internship at Wisconsin Equine Clinic and Hospital just outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Following her internship, she joined an equine clinic in central Wisconsin. After a few years she and her husband, Darin, decided it was time to be closer to home and made the move to Overland Park. She enjoys hanging out with her family and pets and is looking forward to experiencing everything the Kansas City area has to offer.