Director of Mathis Pelvic Rehabilitation Clinic in Manhattan, KS. Lora earned her doctorate of physical therapy from Shenandoah University in 2009. Lora completed her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification in November 2022. She has completed her Certified Spinal Manual Certification (CSMT) through the International Spine and Pain Institute in 2017 which adds a unique and specialized orthopedic view of the pelvis.She began her initial training in pelvic floor in 2018 with the APTA and Herman and Wallace. With an additional 150+ hours for pelvic health in continuing education from various resources, including use of rehabilitation ultrasound imaging through Prometheus, she is able to serve her patients with a variety of strategies to meet the individual's needs. In addition, Lora earned her Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Certification (CMTPT) in 2016, allowing her to utilize dry needling in her everyday practice for muscle dysfunction and the specialty of pelvic floor disorders. Her art of clinical practice provides individualized, holistic care with multimodal interventions to include but not limited to: biofeedback with the use of rehabilitative ultrasound imaging, nutritional considerations, and functional exercise for return to activity/sport “beyond the kegel”, for all genders. Outside of clinical practice, Lora is a teaching assistant with the Herman and Wallace Institute teaching other health professionals her passion for pelvic health. Lora is the Kansas State Representative for the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health and excited to be a resource to educate fellow colleagues, PT/PTA students, and health professionals.