Lori earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science from James Madison University in 2010. Lori then attended Seton Hall University where she there received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. While at Seton Hall Lori and three of her classmates conducted extensive research on gait patterns and deviations, developing on study entitled ‘The Effect of Asymmetry in Upper and Lower Extremity Interactions on Braking, Propulsive and Vertical Impulses in Healthy Adults’. This study was accepted to and presented in the National Combined Sections Meeting in 2015.
Lori has had clinical rotations in areas of outpatient orthopedic, acute rehabilitation and subacute skilled nursing facility. She has worked with and treated a wide range of diagnoses and patient populations including amputations, cerebral vascular accidents, Parkinsons, cerebral palsy, joint replacements, traumatic brain injuries, arthritis and post-surgical. Lori is passionate about physical therapy and prides herself on providing patient first care.
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