Lucy qualified as a Physiotherapist from Sheffield Hallam University in 2007. She began her Band 5 rotations in Walsall PCT where she predominantly worked in musculoskeletal out-patients. Due to a health condition Lucy took a break from her career as a physiotherapist and went to live and work in Spain.

There she worked as a Choreographer whilst undergoing continued treatment and rehabilitation for a vascular and neurological condition. When able, she returned to working as a physiotherapist, this time in the private sector.

Her experience as a patient had fuelled an interest in Neurological Rehabilitation and inspired Lucy to return to the UK where she completed an MSc in Advancing Physiotherapy Practice.

Since beginning working at STEPS in 2017 Lucy has further advanced her practice by completing the ATACP aquatic therapist accreditation aiding in developing and expanding the hydrotherapy service.

Lucy has also gained AACP registration to practice acupuncture, allowing the development of an acupuncture clinic focused on pain management.

In 2020 Lucy became Head of Therapies. She enjoys managing an IDT and supporting the team's growth, both in numbers and individually. Lucy is happy to have the opportunity to be involved with the growth of research and development at STEPS and is excited to be able to collaborate with innovative tech companies, universities and other rehab sites to shape the future of rehabilitation.

When not at work, Lucy enjoys dancing, fitness and family time.

Weakness: Red wine