Lucy completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours Class I at the University of Queensland in 2008, followed by Master of Physiotherapy in both Musculoskeletal and Sports, 2012 and 2013 respectively. Lucy has comprehensive experience in a variety of health care settings. Her community exposure includes post-operative rehabilitation (specialist upper limb clinic), orthopaedic wards in hospital settings, workplace ergonomics management as well as residential aged care. Lucy has also worked extensively in private practice and regularly includes therapies such as clinical pilates, western acupuncture and dry needling in her rehabilitation programs. Lucy is currently available for home visits and telehealth consultations, in additon to her regular in-clinic consultations.
Lucy Yan is motivated in aiding clients with hypermobility in achieving their best health outcomes. She is also passionate about delivering a patient-centred approach with a myriad of treatment protocols, individually tailored for each client. As a result of this passion, Lucy is continually investing in her professional education and is currently enrolled in the 2021 Allied Health Professionals ECHO program, which focuses on the many symptoms and issues associated with the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and hypermobility spectrum disorders. She also attends regular training and mentoring sessions with Sharon Hennessey, the lead Physiotherapist at Not Just Bendy.
In her spare time Lucy is an avid foodie, and relishes the great outdoors. She enjoys being physically active, either at aerial yoga or badminton.