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Leanne Trainor BSc.,BScPT.,MOMSc

Leanne Trainor is a registered physiotherapist and osteopathic practitioner based out of Lindsay, Ontario.

Over the past 20 years, Leanne has focused on orthopedics and sports medicine, working as a physiotherapist for the 2016 Pan Am Games, Skate Canada and the IB Dragon Boat Team.

In 2014, Leanne completed her MOMSc at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. Today, she offers both physiotherapy and osteopathy through her private clinic in Lindsay, Ontario. 


At Trainor Physiotherapy and Osteopathy, we blend the knowledge base of disease processes, biomechanics and clinical skills to get to the root cause of physical pain and dysfunction. As a physiotherapist with the principles and skill set of an osteopathic manual practitioner, we assess and treat the cause of physical dysfunction and symptoms in the body.

Through assessment and treatment by implementing osteopathic principles, we can analyze the structure and function of the body to facilitate self-healing and self-regulation. Trainor Physiotherapy and Osteopathy is centrally located in Lindsay/Kawartha Lakes and only 40 minutes from Peterborough. All sessions are very private and always one-on-one. For more information please book a consultation.

Clinical Principles


Osteopathy is the foundation from which osteopathic principles are applied for the diagnosis and treatment of dysfunction in the body. Osteopathic principles and applications are at the root of seeking the cause of physical dysfunction and can influence the body’s ability to self-heal. 

The osteopathic manual practitioner is trained to treat various conditions based on their in depth palpation skills and therapeutic techniques. These are used in conjunction with a thorough understanding of anatomy, physiology and pathology.


For more Information visit:

Ontario Osteopathic Association

Canadian Academy of Osteopathy


Physiotherapy entails a detailed objective assessment and strategic treatment plan. The physiotherapist focuses on helping people to restore, to maintain and to maximize their physical movement and overall well-being. For more information, visit:

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

College of Physiotherapists of Ontario


Initial assessment and treatment: $135  

Reassessment after 3+ months absence of care

Subsequent treatment: $95  


(Osteopathy services include HST)

Initial assessment and treatment: $152.55

Reassessment after 3+ months absence of care

Subsequent treatment: $107.35

  • Service payment MUST be paid at the time of treatment in the form of cash, cheque, debit or e-transfer in full. 

  • Receipts will be provided ONLY upon payment of service in full. 

  • If you have booked an appointment with this office you will be charged for it as per the above fee schedule

  • 24 hours notice is required for canceling a booked appointment. Failure to notify within 24 hours will result in an enforced $95 cancellation fee.



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