Dr. Mormino received her Bachelor's Degree in Rehabilitation Science from Northeastern University. She continued with her graduate studies at Northeastern and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree in 2016. During her time at Northeastern, Lauren completed her final clinical rotation at MGH Sports PT, where she gained exposure to working with athletes of various ages and skill levels. After graduating from Northeastern, Lauren worked at Elliott Physical Therapy and helped to develop injury prevention programs for the Milton High School and Fontbonne Academy ice hockey, basketball, volleyball, and soccer teams. In 2017, Lauren earned her certification in Integrative Dry Needling and developed a passion for its implementation with pain management and sports rehabilitation.
Lauren grew up playing ice hockey and volleyball. While at Northeastern, she played for the Women's Club Ice Hockey team and won two National Championships. Lauren developed an interest in orthopedics and injury prevention from her own experiences with athletics and rehabilitating from sports-related injuries. Her clinical interests include pre and post-surgical rehabilitation, lower extremity biomechanics and injury prevention, and manual therapy techniques.