Our principal physiotherapist Lyndsey Scholes has over a decade of experience treating musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. After graduating in 1998 from the University of Salford in England she has worked in a variety of environments in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Lyndsey has provided physiotherapy services at the London Marathon and to Finchley Cricket Club (Premier League team) in England. She spent 4 years working in Mayfair in London’s most prestigious Personal Training studio and had the privilege of treating many TV personalities, pop stars and celebrity chefs. On returning to Australia at the end of 2009 Lyndsey worked at a popular Physiotherapy and Pilates studio on the Northside of Brisbane continuing on with musculoskeletal physiotherapy and teaching equipment Pilates; prior to opening Back2Balance Physiotherapy, Wilston in October 2011. Lyndsey relocated Back2Balance Physiotherapy to its current premises in Grange late 2013.
Lyndsey has a hands on approach to physiotherapy and utilises skills in muscle energy techniques, dry needling and kinesiotaping whilst providing the client with the knowledge to assist them to self manage their condition. Lyndsey has completed training in Clinical Pilates, Kinetic Link training and Strength & Conditioning giving her a diverse selection of exercises for different rehabilitation needs. Lyndsey has completed the level 1 “Watson Headache Approach”. Lyndsey’s interest in physiotherapy came at a young age. As a competitive gymnast for 9 years she had numerous injuries and understands the importance of getting back to full fitness as quickly as possible and has also learnt the hard way in returning before an injury had fully recovered.
When not working Lyndsey’s passions are travel and her 2 children. She has travelled extensively and her goal is to have visited 50 countries by the age of 50, currently at 28. In her spare time Lyndsey can be found at the local CrossFit box, on the hockey field or supporting her kids on the sideline of a sporting field. Lyndsey has recently returned to studying and is completing a Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine through Melbourne University.