Create a treatment plan with a Physiotherapist to help resolve acute and chronic injuries, increase range of motion, decrease pain, or to prevent an injury from happening in the first place.

We offer Orthopedic, Pelvic Health and Concussion-specific appointments. Our physiotherapist takes a hands-on approach, and you can expect manual tissue release as well as rehabilitative and progressive exercises. We also offer acupuncture + dry needling to complement your treatment plan.

Orthopedic appointments generally take place in the gym, whereas Pelvic Health and Concussion appointments will take place in a private room upstairs. If you are a new patient, or experiencing a new condition, please schedule an “Initial Visit” first.

(as of January 1st, 2021)

Orthopedic Initial – $95.00
Follow Up – $80.00
Pelvic Health Initial – $120.00
Follow Up – $90.00
Concussion Initial – $110.00
Follow Up – $80.00
Acupuncture / Dry Needling – $85.00

Our physiotherapist currently offers direct billing with most major insurance companies, including Canada Life, Sunlife, Manulife, and Medavie Blue Cross. We can submit to one insurance company only, and you can simply pay the difference (if any). Please bring your insurance card to your appointment if you’d like to take advantage of this.

We currently accept Debit, Visa/MC + cash



Lindsay was born and raised in small-town Ontario but has always had a fascination with the ‘Great White North’ and a love of all things outdoors so when she moved to the Yukon it was love at first hike! When she is not in clinic, Lindsay and her ‘main man’ Rocky can be found exploring the endless trails, camping in any weather and fishing…or casting at least!

Lindsay graduated from Brock University’s Kinesiology program before continuing her education at Queen’s University with a Masters of Physical Therapy. While in school, she worked with people of all ages and abilities, ranging from children participating in a Special Needs Activity Program, to seniors working on fall-prevention, to high-level competitive athletes in the Ontario Junior Hockey League.

In Lindsay’s ideal world, physiotherapy would be a preventative treatment. She believes it should provide clients with the knowledge to understand their bodies and the tools to take better care of them before injuries happen, or manage them when they do. She uses a variety of movement screening, manual therapy and corrective exercises to develop a customized treatment plan that addresses recovery, return to work/activity and reinjury prevention.

Lindsay treats a variety of orthopaedic conditions, pelvic floor dysfunction, and concussion injuries or persistent concussion symptoms, using a combination of manual therapies, myofascial release, acupuncture and dry needling