Lucinda graduated from Curtin University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. Lucinda’s interest in hand and upper limb rehabilitation was sparked during her final year placement as a student working at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, USA, in the hand therapy and burns unit.
Lucinda spent some time in vocational rehabilitation completing ergonomic assessments and return-to-work plans for injured workers, before joining the HULC team at the end of 2008.
Lucinda is the Coordinator for Medico-Legal Assessments and AMS5 impairment calculations and works closely with our principle surgeon running the final impairment clinics. Lucinda currently co-manages the day-to-day running of HULC’s new Joondalup clinic.
Lucinda is active within the hand therapy community and regularly attends and presents at state meetings for the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA). In 2015 Lucinda presented at the Western Australian Society of Hand Surgeon’s Conference on ‘Arthroscopic Resection Arthroplasty of the Distal Trapezium’. Lucinda is a full member of the AHTA.
Lucinda is currently on maternity leave.