Jesse did an excellent job. He explained each exercise very well. I now know the correct way to do each exercise. Jesse was one of the bests.
After a full year of continuous medical issues and hospitalizations including metastatic cancer to the spinal cord, multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, multiple falls, and a pelvic fracture. After my last fall, I ended up in acute rehab for two weeks and chose to continue my therapy at Lake Centre for Rehab. I couldn’t be more…
I was starting to get less motion in my neck. I took six therapy sessions and I saw a great deal of improvement. Exercises and stretching my neck improved my range of motion. Thank you all for your expertise and knowledge of my problem. Thank you Brett for getting it right!
I was having a lot of trouble with my balance. I fell several times until my last fall resulted in a broken arm. I was provided physical therapy and it was discovered I had a serious balance problem. I had at home therapy until I mended enough to come to Lake Centre for Rehab where…
I had a thirty (30) minute massage with Indyia. She was respectful of my space and listened to all my issues. The massage was excellent, and I felt great when I left. I have highly recommended her to family and friends. Looking forward to my next visit!
Meet the Staff
Sydney graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders and a minor in Disabilities in Society. She then went on to earn her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of South Florida. Sydney is the first in her family to obtain both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree.
During high school, Sydney was a multi-talented athlete as she participated in volleyball, competitive Olympic & high school weight lifting, and pole vaulting for track and field. As of today, Sydney assists with the Leesburg girls’ weightlifting program.
Sydney is very passionate about alternative communication, whether it is low-tech communication books or AAC devices. She plans to further her education in Sign Language and therapy for patients diagnosed with Auditory Processing Disorders. Sydney was a part of a group of student-clinicians who traveled on a cruise ship for a week with patients who had Aphasia. She said that it taught her how powerful communication can be and enforced that she should encourage every patient to conquer anything they set their mind to.
Outside of work, Sydney loves weightlifting and fishing. She also enjoys spending time with her two dogs, Jedi and Scarlett.
Lynn earned her Occupational Therapy degree from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. Following graduation, Lynn worked in variety of general and specialized clinical settings in both acute care and out-patient settings. The majority of her time has been in the out-patient setting specializing in hand and neurological rehabilitation.
Keeping up her skills with continuing educational conferences, she has particular interest in post-surgical rehabilitation, arthritic education and workplace injury recovery. Additionally, Lynn fabricates customized splints fitted to individual clients to support/mobilize or protect joints for a variety of conditions.
In addition to helping clients achieve their best treatment outcomes, Lynn enjoys fabric arts, reading, traveling, and family – especially her grandchildren.