Lynnette is passionate about assisting people in achieving their functional goals and elevating their quality of life. Her practice encompasses evidence-based medicine, ensuring good teamwork with her patients, and incorporating her professional skills. She utilizes manual therapy techniques, exercise, taping, modalities, and dry needling, all are individualized, appropriate, and progressive. Lynnette has worked in various settings such as inpatient, outpatient, and specialty clinics which she has worked with patients from across the lifespan. She has experience in wound care, over-use injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, durable medical equipment, orthopedics, geriatrics, pediatrics, and sports related injuries. Lynnette is not only credentialed in dry needling, but she is also credentialed as a clinical instructor for physical therapy students. She is a lifelong learner and is currently working towards becoming an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Her interests include orthopedics, sports, injury prevention, ergonomics, pain management, dry needling, vertigo, health and wellness, and advocacy.
Lynnette enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, exercising, reading, cooking new recipes, traveling, and weaving. She is happy to be in Flagstaff where she grew up and loves to help her community in any way she can.
- Doctor of Physical Therapy – A.T. Still University
- Master of Physical Therapy – University of New Mexico
- Bachelor of Science, Physiology. Minor in Chemistry, Minor in American Indian Studies – University of Arizona
- American Physical Therapy Association
- American Physical Therapy Association – Sports/Orthopedic Section
- Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy – State Certified – Dry Needling – Upper and Lower Quarter
- University of New Mexico (UNM) Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Alumni of the Year Award (2015)