Physician Assistant at Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Department + Services
Training + Education
Undergraduate: Arizona State University
Master of Science: Physical Therapy, Springfield College
Master of Medical Science: Certificate in Physician Assistant Studies, Anne Arundel Community College
National Commission on Certification of the PA
“I care about getting patients back to their previous activates after an orthopedic injury.”
With a solid background as a physical therapist, Lorelei (Lori) Raymundo expanded her professional credentials and skills by becoming a physician assistant in 2013. She had earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Arizona State University before starting on a healthcare path, receiving a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Springfield College in 1996.
Lori began a career with the U.S. Navy in 1999. She serves as an officer, in which she has provided physical therapy to troops at Camp Pendleton, Iwakuni, Japan, and Naples Italy. Through an affiliation with St. Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania, she graduated from Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Maryland, with a Master of Medical Science and a Certificate in Physician Assistant Studies in 2013.
Lori is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Massachusetts Association of Physician Assistants. A former collegiate athlete in badminton, she is also an avid runner and marathoner.