Lindsay Cartwright – Registered Physiotherapist
Lindsay attended the University of Waterloo, where she completed her Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Co-operative program with a minor in Human Nutrition. She spent her co-op placements working in ergonomics, multidisciplinary rehabilitation clinics, and ski instructing. She then went on to complete her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2017. She completed placements in a variety of settings including acute care and orthopedic wards in hospitals, community care for geriatric and pediatric populations, and musculoskeletal/orthopedic outpatient clinics. Lindsay has also spent several years volunteering as a ski instructor for Track 3 and Disability SnowSport Scotland, teaching children and teens with disabilities to ski in adapted ways.
After becoming licensed in Canada, she has taken continuing education courses in acupuncture and GLA:D (education and exercise programming for people with hip and knee osteoarthritis). She has several years of experience working in multidisciplinary clinics helping people recover from surgery, sports injuries, workplace injuries and manage chronic pain. Most recently Lindsay achieved her Level 1 in TMR Tots (total motion release- a technique to improve range of motion and function in infants, children, and teens). She is passionate about working with families to help their little ones with plagiocephaly, torticollis, and work towards motor milestones.
Lindsay grew up in the country outside of Orangeville. She played lacrosse in the summers and downhill skied in the winters. Since moving to Bruce County she spends as much time outdoors as possible, cross-country skiing, kayaking, hiking, and now that she has a little one of her own, going for bike rides and playing at the park. Lindsay has always loved working with children and having her own inspired her to focus her career on helping kids and families reach their goals.
Lindsay is licensed and registered with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.