Lora Plaskon, MD, is a founding member of Athena Women’s Health, and came to her avocation in the spirit of developing a unique place for women’s pelvic health care. Her Midwestern candor, intuition, and clinical acumen has enabled her to be an astute caregiver for women’s most intimate pelvic health issues.
She is dedicated to the ongoing evolution of improving women’s healthcare in research and advocacy at a national level through her work with the American Urogynecologic Association and American Urology Association. Dr. Plaskon is an engineer, surgeon, epidemiologist, mother, wife, dog-lover, and an avid hiker and explorer of the Pacific Northwest.
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine, 1995
Residency: University of Washington
Fellowship: National Institute of Health
American Urologic Association; American Urogynecologic Society, Internatinal Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health
Dr. Lora Plaskon and her husband, General Surgeon Dr. Brian Plaskon, volunteer in medical missions bringing care to the underserved. Along with her two children and dogs they enjoy hiking in the mountains and exploring the coastal waters of the Northwest.