Amy Abbey

Exercise Physiologist

Amy graduated from the University of Canberra in 2021 with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology & Rehabilitation and is currently completing her Masters of Strength & Conditioning. Amy is currently working on specialising in Neurological conditions, Paediatric Health, Chronic disease management, Musculoskeletal rehabilitation and strength & conditioning. Her areas of interest include Spinal Cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease and, Multiple Sclerosis.

Amy believes that movement is medicine. She believes that everyone can benefit from movement – whether it be competing in high-performance sport, exercising with friends, taking the dog for a walk, or completing activities around the house. Physical activity and movement have a magnitude of positive health benefits including improving physical and mental health, well-being and quality of life. It is about finding the right movement for you as an individual.

Paediatrics, Neurological Conditions, Chronic Disease Management, Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, Strength and Conditioning including young & developing athletes

Bachelor of Exercise Physiology & Rehabilitation

Outside of working with her clients, Amy can be found playing AFL, hanging out at one of the amazing beaches in Jervis Bay, at the gym or adventuring outdoors completing a hike or outdoor activity.

We are registered NDIS, Medicare, DVA, WHA & My Aged Care providers and help participants achieve amazing outcomes for a range of conditions.
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