Since 2007, Lucy has treated all kinds of injuries in all types of people – from athletes to office workers, performers, construction workers, pregnant mums, and elderly patients needing rehabilitation after surgery or falls.
And one thing that they all have in common? They’re all completely individual. Everyone we meet has their own strengths and weaknesses, their own dominant side of the body, anatomical differences they were born with, or bio-mechanical compensations that have been learnt or adapted.
With a thorough understanding of the way the human body works, Lucy focuses on treating the cause of the injury rather than just the symptoms. And osteopathy is something she’s passionate about – because the positive benefits that patients experience after treatment are clear for all to see.
Marion Vey discovered her passion for osteopathy as a young artistic gymnast, after treatment helped her recover from injuries and get the best out of her performances. Now an experienced osteopath herself, Marion helps patients with all manner of physical conditions, but still has a particular interest in treating exercise-related injuries.
Marion offers a range of effective treatment techniques, including deep tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisation and manipulations, as well as lifestyle advice and exercises for patients to do at home.
She loves osteopathy’s hands-on, tailored treatment approach and believes it is a great way to empower people to have a better understanding of their bodies.