Nicole Lindner, PT, DPT, CSCS

by | July 19, 2021


  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Drexel University
  • Bachelors of Exercise Science, Salisbury University
  • Pitman High School, Pitman, NJ

Continuing Education

  • Torticollis
  • Pediatric Gross Motor and Gait Development
  • Pediatric Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
  • Cerebral Palsy

I have future plans to pursue a Board Certification as a Clinical Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy to further enhance my knowledge and experience!

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Treatment areas of Interest/Specialties

While I enjoy working with all ages, I love working with the pediatric population. Growing up with a sibling with special needs, I learned how much of a positive impact doctors and therapists can have on a child and their entire family. Since then, I have always felt passionate about helping children become the strongest they can be, regardless of their ability. Some of my specific clinical interests include: pediatric neurological disorders, traumatic brain injury, torticollis, and cerebral palsy.

Why I became a physical therapist

I didn’t always know exactly what I wanted to do growing up, but that I wanted to work in a job where I could make a positive impact on people’s lives. Throughout high school and college, I enjoyed any course that allowed me to be creative, and I always was drawn to the sciences. I was fascinated with the human body and all the amazing things that it is capable of! Getting to combine these passions while also being able to build relationships with patients, improve their quality of life, and promote healthy lifestyles makes Physical Therapy a dream job for me.

What do you feel are the most important qualities in a physical therapist

I feel that the most important quality in a PT is to not just hear what your patients have to say, but to truly listen to them. No one patient is the same and it’s important to create individualized care for every single person while also validating their own concerns. Also, it’s great when a PT truly loves their job and demonstrates enthusiasm with every patient. The rehab and recovery process isn’t always easy, so having a PT that is positive and supportive can be a game changer.

Personal interests/hobbies

I love spending time down the shore with my family in the summertime, cheering on Philadelphia sports teams (especially the Eagles), and staying active through running or playing field hockey. I also lived in Spain for a semester while in college and have since grown to love travelling. My goal is to one day become fluent in Spanish!