Amy trained as a Physiotherapist at the University of East Anglia from 1996-1999. She then moved to London where she spent 6 years working in the NHS, completing both her junior and senior rotations, culminating in Orthopaedic rehabilitation where she pioneered unique treatment plans and early hospital discharge following joint replacement surgery. During this time she also spent 4 years volunteering with the National Ankylosing Spondylosis Society (NASS), supporting a local branch with weekly physiotherapy exercise and hydrotherapy sessions in order to alleviate joint pain and stiffness.
Amy has worked in private practice for the last 10 years, specialising in the treatment of sports injuries and also rehabilitation following Orthopaedic surgery.
She has trained in Pilates (matwork) and Acupuncture, which she regularly uses as adjuncts to Physiotherapy treatment. For the last 8 years she has volunteered her Physiotherapy skills at the finish line of the London Marathon and more recently has also supported the Tilnar Cycle Challenge charity event.
Amy has 2 children and enjoys being active, particularly Pilates, snow boarding, walking, swimming and organising fundraising activities for the childrens’ school.