Dr. Mark Lombardi has over 40 years of combined experience in athletic training and orthopedic-based rehabilitation, treating patients across the spectrum of age, diagnosis and impairment in both outpatient and home health settings. He has worked with professional baseball and soccer players, U.S. Olympians, and athletes at the collegiate and high school levels. In addition to his clinical involvement, Dr. Lombardi has served as an adjunct faculty member of the physical therapy department at Misericordia University, teaching courses titled “The Athletic Shoulder” and “Functional Rehabilitation.” He has also served as a faculty member at the University of Scranton and Marywood University.
Dr. Lombardi was born in Yakima, Washington. He has been married for 38 years, having met his wife while they were both working in the athletic training room at Miami University. They have two children, one of whom resides in the Seattle area and another who lives in North Carolina. Outside of work, Dr. Lombardi enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and doing odd jobs around the house. He especially loves spending time with his grandchildren and traveling.
- Member of the American Physical Therapy Association
- Member of the American Physical Therapy Association of Washington
- Member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association
- Member of the Washington State Athletic Trainers’ Association
- Former member of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (Temple University)
- Master of Science in Physical Therapy (Misericordia University)
- Master of Arts in Health Education (Miami University)
- Bachelor of Arts in Health and Physical Education (Pacific Lutheran University)