The Center welcomes Baylor Scott and White ReVital therapist to our Magnolia Clinic, Tori Crook

 

Tori Crook PT, DPT

Tori graduated with a bachelors in Exercise Sports Science from Texas State University. Following this she attended a six-month missionary school with Youth With A Mission in Townsville, Australia. During this time, she was also able to serve on a medical ship in Papua New Guinea for two months. In 2020, Tori graduated with her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas.

Tori has a passion for physical therapy in the oncology setting. After seeing the benefits of exercise and physical activity for family members who were undergoing cancer treatment, she knew this is the setting she wanted to practice in. Her goal is to promote physical therapy services for patients who have or have had cancer to increase their overall quality of life. Tori aspires of becoming a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Oncologic Physical Therapy in the near future.

She enjoys staying active by paddle boarding, cycling, doing exercise classes with weight training, and taking her dog Bonnet running.

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