Lynette incorporates 10+ years of post secondary education and variety of life experiences into her Osteopathic practice. She works with athletes, seniors, pre/postnatal, and children to recover from acute injuries, chronic pain, concussions, TMJ disfunction, migraines, surgery, digestive issues, and can help with ‘fussy’ infants, infertility, stress and anxiety.
After completing her degree in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan and University of Queesland, Australia, she followed her heart to the mountains and landed first in Canmore, AB as a personal trainer, outdoor guide and later as a Kinesiologist in a chronic pain clinic. It was here that she discovered Osteopathy and began the 5 year program at the Canadian School of Osteopathy in Vancouver. She defended her thesis on the effect of osteopathy techniques on the reduction of stress and received an INCAM award for her research in 2016. Other highlights of her career include: traveling to Peru with Osteopaths without Boarders, member of the Canadian Osteopathic Federation Research committee, active mother of 2 beautiful children, mountain biking and snowboarding.