Lucie Rayner is a specialist physiotherapist experienced managing performing arts clients with various problems. She also uses Pilates for injury prevention and rehabilitation in performers extensively.
Musculoskeletal injuries: Acute and chronic performance/sporting/lifestyle injuries
Performers: Injury risk management, rehabilitation and performance enhancement for professional and amateur dancers, musicians and other performers
Persistent Pain: Clients with long term musculoskeletal problems and persistent pain requiring support and guidance in returning to function
Providing on-site musculoskeletal and vocal/laryngeal physiotherapy services to performers in West End Musical Theatre
Dancers: Lower limb overuse injuries, Soft tissue strains/sprains, Back pain, Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder, Scoliosis, Shin Splints, Ankle instability, Hip impingement, Disc herniation, Anterior knee pain, Patella/Achilles tendinopathy
Musicians: Upper limb overuse injuries, neck pain, back pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Epicondylitis (tennis elbow), Shoulder impingement
Musical Theatre Performers: Vocal fatigue, Laryngeal tension in addition to above
Lucie has a particular interest in Hypermobility due to high prevalence in dancers.