After graduating from Coventry University School of Physiotherapy (UK) in 1982 Lynda gained experience in general surgery, neurosurgery, cardiothoracic surgery, hand unit, Intensive care young disabled unit and research. While still in the UK she also became a clinical teacher at Coventry university school of Physiotherapy.
After immigrating to Canada she practiced in Ontario in many fields of physiotherapy including hippotherapy, work task analysis and functional capacity assessments she also owned a private practice. In the latter 14 years of her time in Ontario she developed a particular interest in geriatrics and completed a Master of Science in Dementia Studies (University of Stirling). During this time she focused on fall prevention, care of people with dementia and dementia education.
Lynda and her family moved to Nova Scotia in 2014 where she continues her interest in elder care particularly for those people with dementia and education for caregivers of people with dementia.