Amie qualified with BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy from Teesside University in 2009. She worked in a variety of environments in hospitals across the north of England for two years and then moved into musculoskeletal physiotherapy in occupational health.
For six years Amie worked in occupational health where she was involved in setting up work site clinics and gained qualifications in manual handling and physical capability assessment. She has completed post graduate courses with the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists In Occupational Health and Ergoscience in the UK.
In the clinical setting Amie has a particular interest in persistent back pain and has previously run spinal rehabilitation courses. She also carries out horse rider assessments on and off the horse and has worked with experts in the UK to develop this practice.
In her spare time Amie enjoys horse riding and just for fun completed a MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2014. She also loves hiking with her dog and cooking for family and friends.