Welcome to the fifth episode of the! In this episode I am joined by . Lori attended Nebraska Wesleyan University prior to working towards her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University Of Nebraska Medical Center which she received in 1995. Although Lori first met at a dinner party through a mutual friend, it wasn’t until she heard him lecture on Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD) at UNMC that she recognized his unique way of thinking. Lori would go on to complete her last clinical rotation at in the Physical Therapy department which was under the direction of Ron at the time.
Lori started her career working with the Geriatric population which led her to in-patient care at. She then shifted her career into Home Health Rehab where she spent more time centered around each patient and their individual needs. Lori spent five years in this setting before receiving news that her husband Cory, would be moved to North Dakota to new management job there. This move would lead Lori into her first Outpatient setting, taking a job at in Crookston, MN.
After making this move she quickly attendedin Minneapolis, MN. Sharing a table with PRC’s & , her PRI journey quickly began. Lori returned to the clinic and starting implementing what she had learned immediately. After successful outcomes started to occur and patient success was increased, she was encouraged to attend for the first time in Lincoln. Shortly after attending Advanced Integration and seeing the first PRC class go through , Lori worked towards the same goal. In 2005 Lori earned her as part of the second class.
In 2006, Lori was hired as the fifth staff Physical Therapist and Director of Operations at the
Lori is also recognized for her contribution in creating the annual . Her passion and experience as a runner and her clinical experience working from the ground up led Lori to focus on proper foot mechanics and footwear for each patient’s individual needs. are used in helping patients to find and feel their Heel, Arch & Toes but proper shoes are continually fit to aid in this process. Lori dedicates several hours to this resource each year as she reviews each new shoe as she updates each version of that list. When not in the clinic or teaching these concepts, Lori enjoys time with her husband whether that be traveling or attending Husker Football games, and time with her dog Oakley. She continues to take part in community outreach events and volunteers on a regular basis.