Amy graduated from Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 2009 with a Master of Chiropractic (MChiro) and she followed this with gaining her equine qualification at the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic in Germany, 2010.
Amy is hugely experienced in treating a wide variety of patients, ranging in ages from 3 days old to 93yrs old (and counting!), international rowers, tennis players and horse riders. She has undertaken several additional seminars specialising in the chiropractic care of babies and pregnant women. Amy treats the whole body, not just the spine. She aims to uncover the root cause of the complaint and then tailors the treatment to the individual’s needs; reducing the likelihood of a reoccurrence of the problem. Amy uses a wide range of techniques; diversified spinal manipulation, SOT, soft tissue release, dry needling, Kinesiotaping and rehabilitation exercises.
Amy events horses at an International level, earning a Silver medal at the CIC2* Europeans and being selected to represent GB in Le Lion D’Angers at the World Young Horse Championships on the back of winning two international competitions in the UK with her young horse, SANKRO. She also played lacrosse for England at U18 level. When she’s not working she is either riding horses, treating them or has her hands full with her new son! Being a rider and sports woman herself, she understands the physical demands that the body endures when training to a high level.
Registered with BUPA(30045020) , AXAPPP(ZZ01387), WPA(920398365), AVIVA (03215)
General Chiropractic Council (03215)
British Chiropractic Association (3518)