About Lucy

My name is Lucy Creasey, and I have been an Occupational Therapist since 1996.

I have served in Lincolnshire and worked in both hospital settings and the community where I have developed my skills to a high level.

During this time I have worked with adults suffering from many types of illnesses and injuries including:

  • Stroke
  • Parkinson’s
  • MS (multiple sclerosis)
  • head injury
  • hip and knee replacements
  • upper and lower limb fractures
  • hand therapy
  • amputations of upper and lower limbs

Other medical conditions include chest infections, pneumonia, stress, anxiety and falls management to name a few.

Over the last ten years, I have developed my specialism in complex rehabilitation clients. Including people who have multiple diagnoses and neurological problems such as stroke.

I have achieved this by completing courses at postgraduate level to enhance my knowledge.

My passion is assisting people in reaching their potential

My knowledge has been expanded into stress, anxiety and fatigue management. Using active listening and goal setting to identify the root cause and develop solutions alongside the client.

A more recent addition to my skill set is completing work assessments and vocational rehabilitation. Supporting clients returning to work and completing the Fitness to Work report that is recognised by the DWP detailing reasonable adjustments for the employee.

My passion is assisting people in reaching their potential level of independence through rehabilitation and adaptation within the community and workplace.

Research shows that rehabilitation is more effective within the client’s own home or workplace which I have witnessed many times over.

I believe in being open and honest, offering specialist interventions to all clients using my training and over 20 years of experience to get the best for them.

If you think you would benefit from my expertise please contact Lucy for an assessment.

Lucy Creasey - Occupational Therapist
Lucy has been an Occupational Therapist since 1996 working in both hospitals and the community developing her skills to a high level.