Amy qualified with a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy from the Institute of Technology Carlow in 2016. She worked with numerous sports teams at County and National level such as GAA, soccer, rugby and basketball. Amy also worked in private practice providing treatment and rehabilitation for elite and amateur athletes.
Amy then went on to study a MSc in Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University, Scotland in 2018. Upon graduation she spent time working in NHS Glasgow, completing rotations in elderly rehabilitation, cardiothoracic critical care and rehabilitation of patients with chronic illness including Covid-19.
Amy returned to Ireland at the end of 2020 and is currently working in the Sports Surgery Clinic providing inpatient and post-operative physiotherapy for patients following orthopaedic surgery. Amy has a particular interest in working with horse riders of all levels and disciplines, having competed to national level in Eventing herself, she incorporates elements of strength and conditioning into rehabilitation programs to improve rider biomechanics, imbalances and asymmetries which may predispose to injury. She also has an interest in lower limb injuries of the knee and ankle.
Amy is qualified in dry needling and APPI Pilates level 1 and continues to provide pitch side care for sports teams of all levels.