Lindsey earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) and her Bachelor of Science in Biology with honors from Eastern Nazarene College (ENC). At the University of Maryland, she presented my case report titled, “How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Decreases Severity of Urge Urinary Incontinence in Older Female Adults” at the annual Research Day. Additionally, she participated in writing an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to further research projects at UMB.
Through her outpatient clinical experiences, Lindsey learned how to treat a variety of musculoskeletal injuries spanning all ages. She has also grown interested and learning experiences in pelvic floor physical therapy after working alongside a pelvic health physical therapist. In her final clinical, she grew in her ability to treat acute conditions and provided therapy services for patients post orthopedic surgeries, post COVID-19, with chronic diseases, and many with systemic conditions. Her clinical interests are orthopedics and pelvic health. Her goal is to provide care that is both effective and personal. Lindsey wants every person to feel heard, understood, and in control of their healing process.
On a personal note, Lindsey enjoys hiking, running, tennis, pickleball, long walks, and generally staying active. She loves being outside as much as possible and camping/backpacking across the states. She is a huge foodie and loves finding new recipes.