Lianne Flinn received her Masters of Science on Physical Therapy from The Arizona School of Health Sciences in 1999. Prior to beginning her career in physical therapy she graduated from ASU with a bachelors degrees in Psychology with a minor in physical anthropology. She has traveled throughout Europe and taught English as a second language in Lithuania. After receiving her Masters degree in physical therapy, she owned and operated her own physical therapy clinic in Glendale Ariz. She has always had love for working in the orthopedic setting and originally treated heavily in the areas of chronic pain and spine injuries. She has known and worked with the physicians at Arizona Bone and Joint for ten years and as of three years ago began working for the company, taking over the position of clinic director soon after. Her post graduate education has focused on manual therapy, soft tissue manipulation, myofascial release and dry needling intramuscular stimulation technique. With over a decade of experience, Lianne is very passionate about working in the area of orthopedics. She strives to provide patients with the best care possible to help them achieve their highest level of performance.