About // Dr. Loree Olson

Dr. Loree Olson (Roseville)

Loree grew up in Northern California and quickly found a passion for swimming. She attended Washington State University on a swimming scholarship and went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific. She was inducted into the Whitney High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2020, where she still holds multiple school records. She is an accomplished swimmer setting school records at Washington State and just missed the Olympic Trials in the 400 IM. As a young athlete, Loree was introduced to PT with a patellar dislocation. This Inspired her to be able to do the same for other young athletes and help make the hard journey of returning to sports following an injury a fun and positive experience. “I am always excited to talk with young athletes about pursuing a potential college athletic career and the benefits it may bring them or help coach them through any challenges they may face.” Loree gets the greatest reward when she sees the excitement of an athlete when they can return to the activity they were unable to do.



FMT RockFloss (Compression Band Certification)

FMT RockPods (Decompression Myofascial Therapy/Cupping Certification)

FMT Blades Advanced (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Certification)

FMT Performance (Kinesiology Taping Certification)

CPR/AED (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/Automated External Defibrillator Certification)

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