Lindsay was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado and attended the University of Colorado for undergrad. She first became interested in medicine in high school after working as a Junior Ski Patroller at Winter Park. She later developed an interest in physical therapy as an undergrad while volunteering at a hospital and assisting physical therapists. She attended Duke University for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree before returning to Colorado and joining the Blue Sky team. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys spending time with friends and family and loves to enjoy the outdoors by skiing, climbing fourteeners and running.
Professional Experience and Education
Lindsay earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Duke University. She gained experience with orthopedics, chronic pain and manual therapy from her long-term clinical rotations at Benchmark Physical Therapy (Chattanooga, TN) and Wake Forest Baptist Hospital Spine Center (Winston Salem, NC). Additionally, she gained experience with neurological and pediatric patients during a rotation at WakeMed Hospital (Raleigh, NC).
Lindsay has a deep commitment to lifelong learning and to further develop her skills and knowledge as a professional physical therapist. She has plans to expand her manual therapy skillset by taking Maitland-Australian orthopedic manual therapy courses.
Lindsay has completed the following courses:
- LSVT-BIG Certification Course
- Maitland-Australian MT-2 Essential Spine (Nov. 2016)