Lindsey Gibb is a Registered Physiotherapy Resident. She completed her Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Kinesiology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. At Dalhousie University, Lindsey was an athletic trainer for the varsity Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams. Lindsey grew up living an active lifestyle playing a variety of sports and learned the importance of managing physical demands and sport-specific rehabilitation to ensure optimal movement performance. Her history as an athlete and her health-related experiences teaching exercise classes to individuals with chronic illnesses led her to pursue a career in physiotherapy. Lindsey completed her Masters of Physical Therapy degree at Queen’s University graduating in the fall of 2020. During her clinical experiences, Lindsey assisted clients with a variety of orthopedic and sports injuries, as well as neurological and cardiopulmonary conditions in the hospital, rehab, and private practice settings. She has adapted a variety of treatment techniques utilizing a combination of manual therapy, patient education, and an evidence-based active approach to help return individuals to their everyday activities. Lindsey is passionate about client-centered care and will focus on assisting you to work towards achieving your individual goals. Lindsey is excited to continue her post-graduate education in areas including concussion management, as well as vestibular and pelvic health rehabilitation. In her spare time, Lindsey loves to travel, participate in team sports, strength and conditioning workouts, and enjoys hiking outdoors!