Lori Nacius hails from Chicagoland but now calls Boulder home. After her first career as an Outward Bound instructor, Lori decided to change careers and pursue a medical vocation. She attended Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where she earned her Master of Science degree in physician assistant studies.
She returned to the Boulder area in 2012 and has been working as a sports medicine PA ever since. Being a PA is a great venue to exercise Lori’s passion for working with injured people in a capacity to bring them back to a healthy state.
Whether her patient is a professional athlete, a college student looking to improve their fitness level, or a retired person focused on maintaining their health, Lori believes that everyone deserves the time and attention from their medical provider to create a blueprint to help them accomplish their health and wellness goals.
- Sports medicine
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
- Former Outward Bound instructor
When she isn’t working with patients, you will likely find Lori outdoors, cycling, running, backpacking, or gardening. She also enjoys cooking and traveling.
“I always get prompt & excellent care.” – Cleve C.
“I like Lori Nacius very much.” – Mary J.
“Lori Nacius performed an outstanding diagnosis and wisely sent me immediately to the emergency room for follow up. The hospital running X-ray, CAT scan and MRI zones in on a Vertebral Compression Fracture on T 12 of about 12%.” – Daniel M.
"Lori is amazing. She listens and probes to find out what is really going on. She explains the next steps and possible treatments. I really like that she does not just offer pain meds. In fact, she tries to avoid them and looks to fix the root cause. So many providers treat the symptom and not the cause that dealing with Lori is refreshing. I would not want to go anywhere else.” – Johnny M.
As all our thoughts are on the COVID 19 pandemic, we want to share an update on how BoulderCentre for Orthopedics and Spine is responding. The safety and health of our patients and staff is of utmost importance.x