Lindsay Branchini, BS, PTA, embarked on her career several years ago in Level 1 acute care trauma, encompassing orthopedic, cardiovascular, and neurologic patient populations. Over time, she has honed her focus on sports medicine and outpatient orthopedics, driven by her own background as a former dancer. Lindsay’s expertise lies in the treatment of lower extremity conditions, both operative and non-operative, including issues related to the hip, knee, foot, and ankle. She has a particular affinity for dancers and takes pleasure in working with athletes of diverse backgrounds and geriatric patients. Her treatment methodology incorporates the application of Maitland’s concept manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, and the customization of treatment plans to optimize individual outcomes.
During her leisure time, Lindsay enjoys activities such as practicing yoga, strength training, hiking, and savoring the outdoors.
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Associate of Science in Physical Therapy Assistant, Mercyhurst University
International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS)