As Physical Therapy Director, Madison, Adam Lindsey will lead Body Mechanics new Madison office with a passion for, and dedication to, helping clients maximize the use and function of their most valuable asset – their body. Using a natural, highly personalized and cross-functional approach, Adam treats clients of all ages and activity levels and continually works to provide the best patient care possible.
He focuses his work on structural alignment and neuromuscular activity, and how these two areas combine and apply to the daily tasks and activities of clients. Adam’s goal is to maximize wellness, functionality and performance while at the same time addressing any issues with pain or improper form.
For the past 10 years, Adam has brought his expertise and training to a variety of practice settings including Meriter Health Services in Madison, Johnson & Johnson in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and UW Health Partners in Watertown. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2004 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and from Temple University in 2010 with a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy.
Since 2005, he has also been training with the Institute of Physical Art (IPA) and is an IPA-certified Functional Manual Therapist (CFMT). Currently, Adam is the only Madison area provider with the CMFT certification and also the only local therapist certified in BikePT, a specialized training that helps providers specifically address bike fitting and proper form for cyclists.
Adam’s training includes a yearlong American Academy of Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapy accredited fellowship with the creators of Functional Manual Therapy. Following that fellowship, Adam went on to teach physical therapy and Functional Manual Therapy in New Delhi, India for a year.
Now residing full-time in Madison, Adam serves as a continuing education instructor for the IPA and is also involved in a research project through City University New York and Meriter-UnityPoint Health. An avid runner and biker, Adam enjoys a variety of active pursuits with his wife and son.