Lucy Baker is an experienced Physiotherapist from the United Kingdom having graduated
from the University of East Anglia in 2007. She also has a Post Graduate Certificate in
Advanced Neuromuscular Physiotherapy and is a qualified acupuncturist.
She started her career working in the National Health Service (NHS) and in private
practice where she gained invaluable experience in medical and orthopaedic related
physiotherapy care in a hospital setting. As part of her private practice work, she was the
Team Physiotherapist for the National 7’s Rugby Team. This role encompassed the
management of elite level athletes in an acute on-field environment, injury rehabilitation
with a full return to sport and a pro-active role in injury prevention.
This exposure to the management of elite athletes combined with her own athletic
abilities, having played field hockey at national league level and having a national ranking
in tennis, lead her to define her career path towards physiotherapy in a private setting both
in a hospital and clinic. In these roles, she focused in musculoskeletal conditions
especially spinal issues, orthopaedic post-operative care and sports rehabilitation. She
also had the privilege to work exclusively for an Olympic Medical Team both in London
and abroad for the London Olympics in 2012.
Lucy is a strong manual therapist and diagnostician who likes to treat sport related
musculoskeletal injuries, chronic pain issues, spinal pain and exercise
rehabilitation in all patient groups including core rehabilitation.
She enjoys challenging cases where her refined analytical skills are required to conclude
a definitive diagnosis to work from. She is also able to conduct a comprehensive analysis
of muscular function using real-time ultrasound.
To make an appointment with Lucy, contact us at 2525 8168.