Dr. Goldstein (Lindsey) received her Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University in 1997. After undergraduate studies, she completed the pre-requisites for veterinary school at Mills College in Oakland, CA while working as a veterinary technician in San Francisco. After careful thought, Dr. Goldstein decided to pursue a degree in physical therapy and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at University of Southern California in 2009. She completed a fellowship at the University of California Irvine in Women’s Health, specifically pelvic floor dysfunction in 2010.
That same year, Dr. Goldstein’s dog, Zooey underwent surgery to repair a cruciate ligament and subsequently had physical therapy to rehabilitate her knee. Dr. Goldstein became keenly interested in canine physical therapy as a result which ultimately led her to Dr. Kramer several years later. Dr. Goldstein joins Dr. Kramer’s team as a staff member and will pursue her certificate in canine rehabilitation.
In her spare time, she enjoys exercising having completed two marathons and multiple half-marathons. She also enjoys spending time with her husband, Thomas, two children, Lilah and Rhodes and of course her faithful canine companion, Zooey.