Matthew Heavyside, Director/Physiotherapist


Lucy graduated in 2013 after completing a Bachelor of Human Movement and a Masters in Physiotherapy. Lucy is passionate about helping her clients get back to doing what they love. She has treated all sorts of ailments across her career and has a keen interest in sporting injuries, back pain, Pilates, headaches and knee injuries.

Lucy is a sport lover herself, however understands just how debilitating injuries can be, suffering two major knee injuries playing high level netball. Lucy’s ultimate goal is to help people to move better and live a fulfilled life.

A little more about Lucy


  • SFMA Level 1 2024
  • GLA:D Australia
  • Basic Acupuncture Level 1 2015
  • Neuromuscular Dry Needling 2014
  • Masters of Physiotherapy, 2013
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement and Health Science), 2011

Why Physio Smart?
Not only is the team super passionate about all things Physiotherapy, the culture and team dynamic is amazing! The approach at Physio Smart really is a point of difference and helps people get to the bottom of why they’re not moving well. It’s awesome to be part of such a collaborative team with such a holistic and functional view of movement health, with the main goal of getting our clients to move better.

Favourite Ways To Move.

  • Water skiing
  • Putting headphones in and going for a run
  • Pilates
  • Netball

Movement Goal.
To get back to pre-children fitness and mobility.

Coffee Order.
Almond Cap, extra hot

Fun Fact.
I grew up in a small country town in the Mid North called Booborowie, which a few years ago won the Sunrise Competition of “Best Never Heard of Town in Australia”

Ideal Weekend.
Theres a few. Hanging out with the two kids and husband, visiting family in the country or at the beach, heading out for a nice brunch or to a winery, or heading up to the river for a ski.