Lindsey Mortimer, Physiotherapist
Lindsey Mortimer, Registered Physiotherapist, graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy. Prior this this, Lindsey earned an Honours Specialization degree in Kinesiology from Western University. During this time, Lindsey was the lead athletic trainer for the Varsity Men’s Lacrosse team.
Lindsey is a level 3 manual therapist through the Canadian Academy of Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (CAMPT). In addition to manual (hands-on) therapy, Lindsey uses myofascial release, neurological re-training and corrective exercise techniques. Lindsey treats any and all orthopaedic and sport injuries, post-surgical rehab, concussion and neurological conditions.
Lindsey has 18 years of competitive ballet experience and holds professional certifications in ballet and jazz through the Performance Arts Educators of Canada. Lindsey uses her comprehensive dance knowledge to bring a unique perspective to the assessment and treatment of members of the performance arts and individuals with hyper mobile conditions.
Lindsey has received training in Barre, Pilates and functional strength and conditioning. Lindsey offers one-on-one virtual and in-person private pilates and corrective exercise sessions. With her physiotherapy experience, Lindsey can create safe and effective tailored exercise program to help you achieve your goals.
Lindsey is passionate about teaching and works with the University of Toronto Physical Therapy program as a teaching assistant to aspiring physiotherapy students.