After receiving a B.A. from York University in 1972, Linda completed her Ontario Teaching Certification at Toronto Teachers College in 1973. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Chiropractic Memorial College in 1979.
She was an active practitioner with two offices in Toronto and Thornhill until 2007 and was the principal chiropractic assessor completing insurance evaluations for a multidisciplinary Designated Assessment Centre from 1996 until 2007.
Linda initiated and then conducted yearly clinical workshops in the Ancillary Disciplines for the Midwifery Program at Ryerson University. She was on the advisory board for the Baby & Me Pregnancy and Post-Partum Fitness Group instructing frequent workshops for this organization. She designed and produced a pregnancy orthopaedic support widely used in her own practice and in the midwifery and obstetric communities.
She developed and taught the Chiropractic Assistants Course for the Canadian Chiropractic College in both Ontario and Alberta. This program was subsequently adopted by Herzing College and Career College Canada.
Her publications include the Chiropractic Assistants Manual, and Pregnancy: A Demographic Study for the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, Vol. 31, No.4, 1997.