Lynne Richardson- BScPT UofA ‘94, GUNN IMS, CAFCI- Acupuncture, FCAMPT- Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, Vestibular Rehab
Lynne’s interests are all things outside in the mountains- skiing, mtn biking, hiking, paddleboarding & enjoying the view. The body is an amazing resilient machine and Lynne gets great job satisfaction helping people realize this as they recover from injuries. Her professional interests include skiing & mountain injuries, ACL & knee injury rehab, Arthritis management and post op rehab.
Her Physio style is hands-on, acupuncture/IMS needling and exercise based. She highly encourages getting active in any way, and she guides her patients to achieve optimal movement quality. Lynne has taken numerous post-graduate courses, including manual/manipulative therapy, Dynamic Core, ACL Injury Prevention, Vestibular Rehab and many acupuncture/IMS courses. She has lots of experience with post ops, especially ACL and knee surgeries.
Lynne was a competitive gymnast, a World Cup Alpine Ski Racer, an Alberta Ski team & University of Alaska NCAA Ski team member, and was inducted into the Alberta Alpine Ski Racing Hall of Fame.
Lynne enjoys working with athletes and has been a part of the medical team for the Canadian Alpine Ski Team, Canadian Ski Cross team, Alpine World Championships, the 2018 Alpine Ski Canada Winter Games & the 2020 World Winter Transplant Games, etc. She enjoys working with local teams, and volunteering at various community events. She has enjoyed coaching gymnastics, mountain biking, soccer and skiing.
Lynne loves time outside with her family, friends and pup whenever possible, and she strives to be an artist in her spare time.