A New Zealander who became an awarded, All-American runner, Dr. Lamont has experienced firsthand the frustration of ongoing injuries and has realized the importance of physical therapy as preventative rather than reactive care.
She is a physical therapist and certified Yoga Instructor, and is focused on using functional movement principles to resolve biomechanical errors that can lead—or have already led—to injury and dysfunction of tissues in your body.
Dr. Lamont is passionate about educating expectant mothers on the importance of preparing for birth and postpartum recovery. And as a mom herself, she uses functional movement and principles of yoga to address injury and help women realize they can find their strongest selves post-childbirth.
After graduating the University of Otago, in New Zealand, Dr. Lamont earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at San Diego State University (SDSU). She holds a bachelor's degree in exercise and sports science from the University of Tulsa. Today, Dr. Lamont continues to study movements through both Applied Functional Science (AFS) and yoga—which she incorporates into your strength sessions.