Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist



PgDip in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire

MSc (PQualifications:

MSc Module in Paediatric Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at University College London

MSc ‘Kinetic control’ module in Motor Control Retraining at Keel University

Post graduate diploma in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy at Curtin University

BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Kings College London

Past Employment:

2019-present: Private Physiotherapist at Manor Clinic

2010-2019: Private Physiotherapist at Body Logic Health

2008-2009: Physiotherapist at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS

2008: Remedial instructor at RAF Halton

Additional roles:

2012: Physiotherapist at London Olympics working in Polyclinic, and offering treatment and rehabilitation in all sports.

2008: Worked with GB Paralympic Cycling team

2006-7: Physiotherapy support at London Marathon

Working Background:

Amy has worked within the NHS, Ministry Of Defense and private sector. Her NHS work incorporated most areas of physiotherapy, including orthopedics and neurology, alongside her main interest in musculoskeletal injuries. While working for the Ministry of Defense Amy became involved in assessing altered biomechanics during training of injured recruits. This has led to her to have a special interest in the treatment of lower limb conditions, alongside injury prevention in sport for both the adolescent and adult sportsman. Amy participates in Triathlons and cross-country skiing, she is interested in the common injuries sustained within these areas.

She has completed several postgraduate courses including Orthopedic Manual Therapy and Clinical Pilates. Through her varied experiences and post-graduate learning, Amy focuses on tailored treatment for each of her patients involving manual therapy and exercise in Physiotherapy at King’s College London