- Bachelor of Philosophy, Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, 2012
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, The Ohio State University, 2016
- Ohio licensed physical therapist
Experience and Interests
Lindsey’s clinical interests include working with individuals with non-arthritic hip pain. She is actively involved in ongoing research projects through the Movement Analysis and Performance Laboratory of the OSUWMC Sports Medicine Research Institute; these research projects investigate movement patterns in persons with non-arthritic hip pain before and after various interventions and track their function over time.
In addition to Lindsey’s part-time clinical practice at OSUWMC Sports Medicine, she is a full-time student working toward her PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. Her involvement in research through her PhD promotes an evidence-based environment in the physical therapy clinic. Furthermore, Lindsey serves as a clinical instructor to physical therapy students at the OSU Student-run Physical Therapy Clinic. This clinic provides rehabilitation services to persons in underserved areas of Columbus.
Lindsey is a member of the American Society of Biomechanics and the Sports, Orthopaedic, and Research sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. She frequently presents her research findings at national conferences for both of these professional societies.
Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time boating, hiking, and taking her dogs to the park.