Jenny Lucy

Invited Speaker, Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Physiotherapist, Wheatbelt Health Network Therapy Plus, WA

    Jenny has been practicing physiotherapy in Australia since 2014, working as Senior Physiotherapist at a NFP Wheatbelt Health Network Therapy Plus.

    Jenny was the New Zealand A.F.L. Squad Physiotherapist from 2000-2014, and South Pacific A.F.L. Squads Physiotherapist 2010- 2013.

    Jenny holds a post graduate diploma in Cardio-Thoracic Physiotherapy (1984 C.H.B.) and has been a Physiotherapy Acupuncture Association of New Zealand Registered Physiotherapy Acupuncture practitioner since 1998.

    Jenny is a tutor on the APA WA Dry Needling Level 1 workshop since 2021, and tutored on the Integrative Acupuncture Training Level 1 course in 2022.  Jenny is the current Chair of the APAs Acupuncture & Dry Needling Group.

    Jenny’s clinical practice is influenced by a wide range of clinical approaches, Dr Sahrmann’s Functional Movement Systems, gaining Kinesio taping practitioner certification in 2008, Trigenics Practitioner registration in 2010 and Ridgway Method training for six months in 2017. Jenny uses all of these post-graduate treatment approaches in her clinical practice.

    Jenny Lucy has practiced Tai Chi for over 30 years, teaching three forms Chan Lee, Dr Paul Lams Modified Tai Chi for Arthritis for Falls Prevention & the Sunstyle.  In 2018 purchased Moh Tappers Physio-Chi rehabilitation modified Tai Chi form. Physio-chi is a readily learnt form of Tai Chi and can be used with no barriers for a wide range of physiotherapy clients, being able to be practiced standing, seated on a chair or a fitball and used in a hydrotherapy session. Jenny teaches her copyright protected form to Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and their Health Care assistants in Western Australia for their use within their various facilities, and also locally to her clients and the public as a rehabilitation Tai Chi. Jenny teaches 4 hours of Physio-Chi per week.