Linnea Comstock PT, DPT, OCS MPA
Linnea Comstock has been a physical therapist since 1983. She graduated from the University of Washington with her Bachelor of Physical Therapy and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She went to The Evergreen State College, receiving a Master’s of Public Administration. More recently she graduated with her transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy through Evidence in Motion. She is certified in manual therapy and has extensive training and experience in both orthopedic and pelvic floor conditions. She has also received training in the Diane Lee Integrated Systems approach, aiding her in understanding how to help patients who have a problem in one area, which is caused by another area.
She grew up in Washington State and most especially loves the water, both the Puget Sound and area lakes. She loves spending time with family (especially grandkids), travel, and attending sporting events as well as travel. She considers it a blessing and is grateful she has been able to work in this wonderful field, helping patients to return to higher levels of function.
Tim Domres PT OCS COMT
Lori has been a physical therapist since 1988. Lori has been working in the Olympia area since 2006 after a period of staying at home caring for her children. She completed her transitional doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) in 2011, and received board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) from the American Physical Therapy Association in 2012. Since June of 2010, she has been treating patients with pelvic health issues, with specialty training completed through Herman & Wallace Institute. She passed the Pelvic Therapy Practitioner Certification exam through Herman &Wallace. Her bachelor’s degree was through Ithaca College in New York, with graduate degree through AT Still University.
Lori is passionate about helping people restore symmetry and balance to their neuromuscular and musculoskeletal systems to allow for the greatest ease and efficiency of movement. She loves helping others to more fully understand their bodies, in order to return to the activities that have meaning and purpose for them. In her non-work life, she cooks, gardens, spins wool, knits, reads books, loves yoga and weightlifting. She is married to an infectious disease doctor, Steven Standaert, and has three daughters with ages ranging from middle school through college. They live in Littlerock, WA on 5 acres with goats, turkeys, chickens, honeybees and a large not-adequately-cared-for garden. Lori will be at our clinic until the end of August, 2022.