Lindsay graduated with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from Shenandoah University on Dec, 2008. Previous to this, she obtained a Bachelors of Science from the University of Baltimore at Baltimore County, (UMBC), in 2004. She enjoys working alongside the physicians helping patients improve their quality of life through effective pain management and interventional procedures.
"Working with patients who live with chronic pain is challenging in that there are several facets in pain management to assess including most appropriate medication regimen, helping patients cope in a healthy way with chronic pain as a lifestyle, and providing different alternatives to improve their pain control. All this and more, we strive to do while being objective at the same time. Pain management is very fulfilling when patients are stabilized and are actively hopeful towards improving their quality of life."
Lindsay is fluent in Spanish.