Lori specializes in sports medicine and orthopedics, and has a particular interest in the pediatric and adolescent-age athlete. This is an age group that has unique risks and unique injuries and also account for a significant number of musculoskeletal problems requiring medical diagnosis and treatment.
Lori has developed an understanding of a wide range of athletic injuries, injury prevention strategies, and rehabilitation programs to return the athlete to full athletic participation. In her practice, she focuses on identifying weaknesses, including problems from previous injuries that affect performance.
Assess and identifies problems and provides a wide range of guidance during the rehabilitation process.
Lori understands the demand of athletics from recreational enthusiasts to youth athletes to professionals, including world class Olympians.
United States Ski/Snowboard Teams
United States Diving Team
Numerous local club teams
BS Physical Therapy University of New Mexico
Athletic Training Certification University of New Mexico
Extensive Postgraduate Coursework in Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Physical Therapy
American Physical Therapy Association
National Athletic Trainers Association
American College of Sports Medicine
About Lori Mock
In addition to Lori’s special interest and care for the pediatric and adolescent-age athlete, Lori works with the United States Diving Team, and is a physical therapist/trainer for the US Ski and Snowboard teams. Lori travels with the Snowboard team at least twice a year; her most recent trip in 2013 was with the boardercross team in Austria. Lori is a motor vehicle rehabilitation specialist in Olympic Physical Therapy’s MVC CrashCARE Program. Lori is passionate and active in the community. She is a former collegiate athlete in swimming, track and cross country, and is a native of Bellevue, Washington. She has been practicing orthopedic and sports medicine on the Eastside since 1984.