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Rebeiro, Lindsey (30)

Rebeiro, Lindsey (30)

Dr. Lindsey Rebeiro is a partner at ReBalance Physiotherapy & Chiropractic. Though her post-secondary education at Queen’s University and the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College took her away from home, she always knew she wanted to build her career in Sudbury. Lindsey is proud to work at a clinic which stresses an interdisciplinary and evidence-based approach to treatment. When not at the clinic, Lindsey enjoys spending time with her husband Dan and their dog Cujo, her friends and her family — and you might spot her at a local trail, event, soccer field, lake or yoga studio.

Q: What’s the number one thing you are working toward that you haven’t yet accomplished?
A: I am very fortunate in many aspects of my life. I have put a lot of time into establishing a great career, and am now working to maintain balance in my life. I feel this is an ongoing process.

Q: What is the biggest obstacle you’ve overcome?
A: Making the decision to open my own clinic. However, with my two awesome business partners, it has been an amazing journey, and we have not looked back!

Q: What are 3 things you can’t live without?
A: My husband, Dan: he is my stable, levelheaded, idea-bouncing partner. I would not be where I am today without the love and support he has given me. Yoga: this is how I am able to relax both my mind and body. This practice has taught me so much about myself, both from the perspective of a student and a teacher. My support system: I am so grateful to have such a tight-knit group of family and friends who are always there for me. I feel very blessed to have so many wonderful people in my life.

Q: What would be the theme song of your life?
A: This is a tough one, since I think it depends on the day! I would have to go with “Hanuka Matata” from the Lion King — I always try to keep a positive outlook and a happy demeanor, plus this is a really fun song to sing along to!

Q: What is the most rewarding part of your job?
A: My patients: I learn something new from my patients every day and I continue to encounter new challenges. I am most proud when I can help patients achieve their goals.