Lindsay McNeal Ison PT, MS, OCS
Clinic Director, Susan Underwood Physical Therapy
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
APTA Certified Advanced Clinical Instructor
Lindsay is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, and the University of Alabama-Birmingham where she received her Master of Science in Physical Therapy. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Health Professions Education at A.T. Still University and serves as an adjunct instructor in the Belmont University School of Physical Therapy.
Lindsay’s clinical focus is on general orthopedics with an emphasis on manual therapy and performing arts medicine. She is active in treating dancers at Nashville Ballet and other middle Tennessee dance organizations including Tennessee’s Governor’s School for the Arts. Her post-graduate training includes NYU’s Harkness Center for Dance Injuries certificate program, as well as ongoing training through Michigan State University’s Manual Medicine Series and visceral manipulation through the Barral Institute. Lindsay also has experience managing pelvic floor dysfunction and women’s health issues.
Lindsay enjoys reading, traveling, making music with her husband, dancing with her daughter, and attending music and dance performances. She is an avid Kentucky Wildcats basketball fan!
Music and dance have always been an integral part of Lindsay’s life and she enjoys using her first-hand performance knowledge to facilitate the recovery of all of her patients.