If she had known that that was what this man was looking for, she would have simply told him that she has a few magical items on her person - and her staff is obviously an amplifier - but she's never had the time to investigate working magic into herself before, and she doesn't sense any working upon her now that she hasn't cast since her arrival here. (She vaguely suspects Lantry has, and wishes she could have stolen copied his notes.)
...Well. Perhaps the Edicts. Those, she's been told, leave scars.
She is keeping some of her buffs up constantly, Haste and Guidance in particular, to speed her movements and grant both herself and any other healers that are working greater precision, but most of her magic is going directly into patients, including the newest ones, rather than herself - and certainly none of it is 'un'.
There's a few items on her person that seem magewrought, though clearly through strange means - a selection of jewelry that carries minor blessings, including one still-living, heavily grafted plant covered in healing herbs; her symbols of office - her seal, and the scales Tunon gives to the ambitious hanging from a durable but somehow swift-looking silken sash (though in this matter they differ, slightly, from the normative pair that is described, should one look up their description: the balance itself is Justice, the anchor-point is Law, and what is weighed is CONSEQUENCE vs. MERCY) - a mantle of raven's feathers (gathered from willing birds) upon a cloak, woven of gossamer illusions, that help her blend into even the strangest environments. Her staff, of course, is a strange object indeed - it amplifies her connection to various forms of elemental magic.
And then there's the weight of law and commitment wrapped around her soul like both armor and a comfortable cloak, the varicolored dyes of magic and ink that drip from her fingers/her quills, and the scent of libraries that drifts throughout her history; the acid-scarred wound in her heart, where it still weeps, impaled by a shard of grinding, quaking stone; and the executioner's sword that hangs (suspended by puppeted puppeteer's puppet strings that fold back upon themselves in a twisting, recursive snarl of plots, plans, and webs between the hands of Kyros and herself) above her head as a Spire looms in the distance, for all that that last element is entangled in a madman's maddening spray of strange Sigils that sear in a twisting rainbow of colors, echoing and anchoring to a location that cannot be here yet cannot be entered nor left, for the sword still wards from it like a barricade - but none of these last are things she's aware await. Her legend is hardly solid, yet, though she is taking her first, unsteady steps upon its path.
...Concussions take a much heavier-duty-feeling spell (to the onlookers) than almost anything else she could find herself treating, but she will treat it, if that's necessary. It's not like her area effect healing-spell has suddenly dissipated, anyway, (to her carefully maintained lack of surprise; of course her magic worked as she intended -) and that will actually do just as well, since it's the same spell.