Lori Robinson, a native Clevelander, grew up in Shaker Heights, where she enjoyed playing a variety of sports. After graduating high school, Lori migrated west to play softball for the University of Oregon Ducks, where a torn ACL two days before the season opener against California prevented her college athletic debut. Lori’s injury inspired her to pursue a career in physical therapy. After graduating from the University of Oregon with a bachelors in Exercise Science and a minor in Biology, Lori obtained her masters in Physical Therapy from Des Moines University. Lori began her career as a valued member of the Cleveland Clinic Sportshealth department, where she worked for nearly 10 years. Lori has been employed at a private practice for the past 11 years, where she enjoys treating a wide variety of patients with orthopedic injuries. An avid runner, Lori specializes in working with athletes who are training for a race or returning to running after an injury. Lori is McKenzie trained and a certified Pilates instructor. With over 20 years of physical therapy experience under her belt, Lori utilizes proven approaches/techniques to treat patient injuries. I am excited to add IDN to my treatment repertoire.
2002 BS University of Oregon
2006 MSPT University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Science