Lauren graduated from Marquette University, obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training, followed by a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and later completed residency and fellowship training in orthopedic manual physical therapy. In addition to treating her caseload, she teaches the orthopedic musculoskeletal curriculum to physical therapy students at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Lauren sees a wide range of patients with different injuries and conditions. She is skilled at working with the full spectrum of active and athletic individuals, as well as specializing in helping patients with headaches, and post-concussive syndrome. Her patients benefit greatly from her spending time listening to their story along with a comprehensive evaluation to illuminate a treatment plan that will address the underlying cause of their symptoms. Lauren is able to incorporate a wide range of treatment options including manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization and manipulation, trigger point dry needling, Graston Technique, exercise, and more.