Lindsay Trimble O’Connor
MPT, BscHKin, CAFCI
Lindsay Trimble graduated from the University of Guelph in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics, and went on to complete her Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of British Columbia in 2008. Lindsay has clinical experience with Work Safe BC and ICBC injuries, as well as sports injuries and active rehabilitation programs. She has advanced training in acupuncture, manual therapy, and orthopedics. She is a member of Sport Physiotherapy and Orthopedic divisions of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association as well as the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada.
Lindsay enjoys meeting new patients and helping to promote exercise both as an important part of injury rehabilitation and as part of a healthy lifestyle. Her treatment philosophy is to help patients create and achieve realistic and relevant goals through hands-on treatment and education about their injury and the recovery process.
Lindsay’s background in athletics has provided her with both experience and understanding of sports injuries and active rehabilitation. She is a competitive downhill mountain bike racer competing at the Professional level. Throughout university, Lindsay played varsity field hockey and ice hockey; achieving All-Canadian status and competing at a provincial and national level. She was awarded the President’s Trophy at the University of Guelph for the highest academic average among athletes in full time studies, and the WF Mitchell Award for outstanding contribution to the athletic community and athletic achievement. She continues to have an avid interest in athletics and in her clinical practice; she enjoys helping athletes, from weekend warriors to professionals.
Outside of work, Lindsay enjoys commuting on her road bike, playing ice hockey, and snowboarding. She spends most of her free time training and riding her cross-country and downhill bikes on various trails around British Columbia.
Languages Spoken: English