Lori L. Cox, PT, Vice President
After sustaining a sports-related hip injury as a teenager, Lori’s brief encounter into the world of physical therapy sparked her interest. She realized then just how important a healthy physical body is to enable people to go about their daily lives and do the things they enjoy!
Lori has been practicing physical therapy for over 30 years with special interests in the geriatric population, pain dysfunctions, fall and injury prevention, post-surgical healing, orthopedics and vestibular rehabilitation. She loves working directly with people to assist them in feeling better, maximizing their quality of life, and staying well. She is a true believer that physical therapy can also positively affect a person's psychological, emotional, and social well-being. She feels blessed to live and work in the panhandle of Florida since 1987. Her goal is to provide each client with respect and care to the best of her ability. Lori enjoys spending time with her family, loving on her rescue dogs, cooking, and gardening.