Lori Levine

Physical Therapist Assistant

Bio

Lori Levine is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant with over six years of experience in aquatic and pediatric physical therapy. Lori joined the RBAC in 2013 after graduating from Mesa College. Before deciding to go back to school to pursue a career in Physical Therapy, Lori became an expert communicator working with diverse populations in health & fitness, sports television production, hospitality, human resources, and corporate sales. After experiencing a few sports related injuries with long-term rehabilitations including intensive physical therapy, she developed a fascination with human anatomy and vowed to learn more about biomechanics to prevent further injury. She decided to share her vast knowledge and experiences with others through physical therapy Now, Lori shares her passion for teaching others how to recover, prevent, or stay free from injury. Connecting her patients of all ages with their strength in mind and body is one of her greatest fulfilment. Over the past 6 ½ years, Lori enjoys watching adult patients in various Rehab classes progress as they gain increased strength and range of motion in the pain-free environment of the therapy pool at the RBAC. Lori says that, “The smiles and laughter that both young children with disabilities and adults with limiting neurological conditions experience while finding expanded movement in the therapeutic warm water is magical and fills my heart on a daily basis.”

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