Amy is an experienced, caring osteopath with a keen interest in women’s health, the treatment and management of chronic pain and pregnancy-related pain. She recognises the impact chronic pain can have on many aspects of a patient’s life. Her holistic approach addresses the musculoskeletal pattern as well as providing pain education, and postural and exercise advice.
Amy graduated from RMIT University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical Science) and a Bachelor of Osteopathic Science. She has since completed extensive postgraduate studies in the areas of pelvic and lower back pain, pre- and post-natal care, and visceral osteopathy.
Amy is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is an active member of Osteopathy Australia.
In 2010 Amy joined WHRIA to add osteopathy to the interdisciplinary management of patients with complex pelvic pain and pudendal neuralgia.
Amy travels to Moree with WHRIA gynaecology colleagues to provide osteopathic services at PIUS-X Aboriginal Corporation Medical Centre