Lori Pisclevich graduated in 2001 from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physical Therapy.
As a Physiotherapist Lori has over 17 years experience working in an active, private practise Physiotherapy clinic. Lori's areas of expertise are in Orthopedic and sports injuries.
Lori has completed post graduate courses in the Advanced Orthopedic level system through the National Orthopedic Division. She has completed courses in Sports First Responder, prevention of running injuries, Myofascial release, acute athletic injury management, and is certified to do Acupuncture.
Lori has over 10 years experience working and volunteering at various sporting events in Manitoba. These sporting events include: Head trainer at the St. Vital Mustangs Football Club, the Manitoba Marathon, Western Canadian Hockey and ringette championships, track and field, figure skating, and MHSAA volleyball championships. She is also the co-chair of the Physio Fit Run, a non profit annual road race put on to raise money for charities in need.
Lori worked as an Assistant Instructor at the University of Manitoba Physiotherapy Department in their anatomy and sports courses. She continues to be a supervising therapist every year for Physiotherapy students at the University of Manitoba.
Lori is an avid runner and has completed 6 half marathons and one full marathon.
Physiotherapists are movement specialists. There generally has to be some dysfunction of movement for the body to feel pain. That dysfunction of movement can be treated and improved through manual therapy and exercise prescription. These are 2 main focuses in Lori's practise.