Lynn graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret College in Edinburgh in 1991. After gaining experience in a number of centres in the UK, Lynn specialised in neurological rehabilitation, joining the SPEAR Physiotherapy Practice in 2000.
Lynn enjoys a varied clinical caseload working in clinic, community and with community support groups. She is committed to enhancing her knowledge, skills, and expertise and has completed a number of post graduate courses. With an interest in exercise following stroke, Lynn gained a qualification as a Specialist Exercise and Fitness After Stroke Instructor. Forming close links with Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland she helped establish Step Ahead Aberdeen, a registered Scottish Charity supporting the long term physical fitness, health and well-being of stroke survivors living in the North East.
Pilates is another area of interest. Lynn has completed matwork training, a Neuro Specific Pilates Course, and has attended Pilates Conferences. Most recently Lynn completed a PD Warrior Course. This course is an intensive exercise-based approach designed to support those recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Outwith work, Lynn enjoys walking her dog and is an enthusiastic cyclist.