Lindsay graduated from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018. While at Rockhurst, her education was founded on providing the highest level of evidence-based, compassionate care. Lindsay’s clinical experience has been primarily focused on the pediatric and adolescent/adult orthopedic populations and includes a wide variety of diagnoses. Lindsay’s interest in physical therapy began in high school, when as a soccer player, she had three knee surgeries in less than 2 years, keeping her off the field for most of her high school career. Physical therapy gave her the chance to rehab and return to the soccer field to play for California Baptist University in Riverside which was a valuable and shaping experience for her life and her career.
Lindsay is passionate about being able to provide opportunities to her patients to overcome obstacles and pursue the things they love to do, as physical therapy did for her. As a therapist, Lindsay loves working with people of all ages to optimize their mobility to achieve their goals – from children working to achieve new motor skills, youth and adolescent athletes working to get back to the field, and parents and grandparents working to be able to pick up their little ones without pain.
Outside of the clinic, Lindsay loves to spend her time doing just about anything outdoors with her husband and her dog. Her favorite activities are beach days, hiking, and camping trips.