Lori Buxton, P.T.
specializes in treatment of pelvic floor, TMJ, headache, and spinal dysfunction, and has been in outpatient orthopedic private practice since 1988.
utilizes multiple treatment approaches with a specialty in trigger point dry needling.
Lori was raised in Iowa, South, and North Dakota and graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1977 with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy.
husband, Forrest, resided in Washington D.C. until relocating to Denver in 1981.
She is presently working towards her clinical Doctoral degree at the University of Colorado.
Lori has worked in a variety of settings, including neurological rehabilitation in Alexandria, VA, and in a Physical Therapy administrative position at Swedish Medical Center.
She is past president of the Colorado Private Practice Section of the APTA and a present member of the Women's Health Section of the national APTA.
assists in the education of doctoral Physical Therapy students in pelvic floor and TMJ dysfunction, lectures on pelvic pain, TMJ and headaches dysfunction, and proper body mechanics and injury prevention for dental professionals.
has two adult children and enjoys all outdoor activities and photography with her
husband of 32 years.