Meet Dr. Lori
Dr. Lori Anderson provides skilled, hands-on care to reduce pain, promote healing, reduce inflammation, and bring balance back to your body. Treating the whole person and cause, not just the symptom, using advanced anatomy knowledge. Appropriate for all ages and any issue, big or small, including chronic pain disorders. Dr. Lori is also one of ten fascial counterstrain practitioners in Wisconsin found on counterstrain.com!
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I have over 17 years of experience as a Doctor of Physical Therapy and have focused my training in manual therapy techniques throughout my career. I attended my first Strain-Counterstrain course in 2008 and have been continuing my education in counterstrain ever since, advancing to Fascial Counterstrain courses in 2014. I was immediately drawn to this technique due to its powerful effectiveness in treating a wide range of pain and diagnoses. Even after years of practicing, I am still amazed on a daily basis at the positive results my patients experience after treatment. I have attended all Fascial Counterstrain courses and started attending Counterstrain Academy mastery courses in 2020. I am currently one of ten fascial counterstrain practitioners in the state of Wisconsin.
My holistic style of treatment has its roots in the osteopathic principles which lead me to pursue additional education in manual osteopathy. I achieved a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (DOMP) in 2017. I have also been a Certified Health Coach (CHC) since 2014 and have additional training for treatment of chronic pain syndromes, spine disorders, and pelvic health issues. I truly enjoy and care about helping others improve their quality of life and achieving their personal health goals. I encourage anyone with any issue, big or small, to schedule an appointment to experience counterstrain and manual therapy techniques for themselves.
When not working in the clinic, you will find me spending time with my husband and two children, camping, hiking, kayaking, glassblowing at Scarlet Fire Glassworks, and enjoying all the nature northern Wisconsin has to offer.