At Biojunction Sports Therapy, we believe in one-on-one care. We don’t use PTAs or aides. Your entire treatment session will be with an actual licensed physical therapist. No one plans to get injured and we understand that this can be a big disruption in your life. We keep our treatment sessions to 45-60 minutes and focus on mutually agreed upon short-term goals. We believe in making you, the client, an active part of your healing process thru education and development of a home exercise program. Our approach is to use functional biomechanics and manual therapy to effectively and efficiently treat your injury and help prevent future reoccurrence. Our layout allows for your treatment in an open, interactive environment or a private treatment room, depending on your preference.
Lora Clothier graduated from Eastern Washington University in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in Exercise Science. While attending school there, she was a standout volleyball player for the university. Lora graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2002 with a doctorate in physical therapy. She has been a physical therapist for over 9 years specializing in orthopedic injuries and gait analysis/custom orthotics. She has also done contract work for skilled nursing facilities. Lora has done speaking engagements for the University of Washington, Washington State Officials Association, End Zone Athletics, and Cascade Volleyball Club. She is still playing volleyball at a highly competitive level in both indoors women’s sixes (USAV) and outdoors (women’s beach doubles).