Lindsay is originally from Scotland in the United Kingdom. After completing a degree in Sports and Exercise Science in Edinburgh, she moved to England to complete her studies in Physiotherapy. Since qualifying, Lindsay has gained several years experience working in hospitals and private musculoskeletal clinics. This experience has involved her treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including acute sports injuries, soft tissue injuries, back and neck pain, chronic pain, headaches and pre and post orthopaedic surgery.
Lindsay has continued her development by completing courses in acupuncture and therapeutic yoga. Lindsay enjoys a diverse approach to rehabilitation which involves a combination of hands on treatment, exercise prescription and client education. She has a particular interest in exercise based therapy and enjoys utilising principles from yoga and pilates to meet clients’ needs.
Lindsay’s personal interests in yoga, strength and conditioning and running have given her a personal insight into the positive effects these can bring to both physical and mental well being. Consequently, she believes in a holistic approach to therapy, aiming to create a safe and friendly environment for you to achieve your goals.
Why am I different?
I believe that people are more than just their injury. Everyone has goals and desires, just like everyone has their own time restraints and stresses.
– A knee injury doesn’t just affect someone’s knee, it affects their physical ability to go for a walk.
– A neck injury may not only be affecting someone’s ability to turn their neck, it may be reducing their concentration, causing them stress at work as they can’t get their work done efficiently.
– A back injury may be stopping someone from sleeping or being able to sit long enough to have a cup of coffee with a friend.
During every initial session with a client, I discuss what their individual goals are and how they would like to work towards these. We make up a plan together.