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Lori Turgeon, PT, D.P.T.

Lori Turgeon, PT, D.P.T., is the manager of therapeutic services at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Boston. She oversees the physical therapy, occupational therapy, child life, recreation therapy and music therapy teams. Lori has over 15 years of experience in therapeutic services, with positions reflecting increasing leadership.

Lori graduated from Northeastern University with a Master of Science in physical therapy. She completed her doctoral work at Northeastern University as well, achieving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. Lori is an active participant in research initiatives, evaluating effectiveness of therapeutic interventions in burn care and quality of life programming for burn survivors. She is an active member of the American Burn Association, holding positions on the Aftercare Reintegration Committee and Rehabilitation Committee as well as presenting at the annual conference and Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Special Interest Group meetings. In addition, Lori participates in educational initiatives throughout the therapy community, presenting at area colleges on the role of rehabilitation services in burn care.