While Mel is away on maternity leave, we would love to introduce you to Lucy (THE FLOW PHYSIO) who will be taking up residence at the Move Well clinic & studio and will be here to help you with all your physiotherapy and pilates needs. Here is a little about Lucy.
Hello there! My name is Lucy Boseley. I am a passionate and versatile Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor based here in Mildura. Born and bred in Sunraysia, I moved to Adelaide to complete my studies in Bachelor of Health Science and Master’s of Physiotherapy at Flinders University.
I have since worked in private practice clinics in Adelaide and Melbourne, as well as experience in regional and metropolitan hospitals. I am skilled in managing many different complaints, injuries and conditions including acute sporting injuries, headaches, arthritis, postural pain, workplace injuries, back and other joint pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, childhood developmental delays, women’s health concerns, injury prevention, neurological and cardiac conditions. Although quite versatile, I have a particular interest in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, having worked with a range of athletes from weekend warriors to elite athletes including the Adelaide United W-League Team and National Premier League Men’s Soccer Team South Adelaide Panthers.
Utilising the very latest research, I take a holistic client-centred approach to tailor your physiotherapy management. My ultimate goal is to empower you with the tools to take control of your rehabilitation and achieve wellness through movement.
Away from the clinic, you will find me feeding too much liquorice to my horse Remy, spending time in the outdoors with my partner Adam, practicing Pilates, reading crime novels or listening to podcasts.
Mel is a born and bred local Physiotherapist who completed her Masters degree at Flinders University in Adelaide before returning back to her home town.
With experience in both private practice and acute hospital, Mel has developed a keen interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions including low back pain, hip pain/injuries, knee issues, neck pain, and pregnancy/postnatal concerns.
Mel enjoys working with pre and post natal mums, assisting them to build strength during pregnancy and postnatally, as well as assisting with conditions such as abdominal separation, pelvic floor weakness, pelvic girdle pain, and pregnancy-related pain.
Mel considers herself a movement based therapist, but uses a combination of Pilates & strength, together with manual therapy, dry needling, and education to successfully treat pain and discomfort. Mel loves how Pilates can play such a positive role in changing and improving movement patterns, and allow us to connect our mind and body to create a strong body awareness.
Mel loves moving her body through pilates, gym and HIIT, footy, and running (sometimes). In her spare time, Mel loves spending time down the river with her partner Callum and dog 🐾 Luna, reading, building their veggie garden, and adding to her indoor plant jungle and succulent army.