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Lucy Creaser | Physiotherapist

Lucy uses a holistic approach, to help all clients function to their fullest potential, take control of their own rehabilitation, pain management and overall health and wellbeing. To achieve the best possible outcomes, she uses a combination of education, movement and manual therapy techniques, in line with the current evidence-based practice. Growing up, Lucy was heavily involved in sport and running, which has led to a strong interest in sporting injuries. She has worked with a range of athletes from young beginners to elite athletes.


Lucy has also completed further studies in Women's Pelvic Health to support women with pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions, incontinence, prenatal and postnatal care. She loves empowering women to move their body and achieve their goals, by giving them the knowledge and tools to be their happy and healthy self. 


Outside of physiotherapy, you will find Lucy walking her golden retriever Ollie, running half marathons and living an active lifestyle. She enjoys being outdoors whether it's in the surf or the snow, and spending quality time with family and friends.


  • Sports injuries

  • Neck and thoracic pain

  • Low back pain

  • Knee rehabilitation

  • Return to running

  • Pilates (Physio Exercise)

  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation

  • Abdominal muscle separation

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Stress urinary incontinence, urge urinary incontinence, mixed urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, generalised pelvic pain, prenatal and post-natal care.

Key Qualifications and Interests

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (principles of Physiotherapy) / Masters of Physiotherapy

  • Women's Pelvic Health Level 1 - Australian Physiotherapy Association

  • Advanced Neuromuscular Dry Needling (Level l and ll)

  • Golden Key Society Member (recognising high achieving students)

  • Chancellor’s Letter of Commendation for both Bachelor and Masters degree

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Member

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