Lauren Warmath, PT, DPT
“Pediatrics is a challenging and fun area of therapy, and I love to watch a child master a gross motor skill. It is a great accomplishment to watch a child achieve a new skill like sitting, standing, or walking, and to see the proud look on their face when they are able to master a task that used to be difficult.”
Lauren joined the CARE for Children staff as a full-time Physical Therapist in December 2017. She provides physical therapy for the Early Intervention program (birth to three) in Warren and McKean Counties and services for school-based students in McKean County.
Lauren has ten years of experience as a physical therapist. Before CARE, she worked in an outpatient pediatric therapy clinic for three years, working with children ages birth to 18 years of age. She has also worked with children with varying diagnoses, organized an adaptive dance class, and participated in aquatic therapy.
She was excited to join the team of CARE therapists where everyone is passionate about helping children of all ages and abilities.
Lauren graduated from Chatham University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Slippery Rock University. She resides in Warren with her husband, daughter, and son.