Amy has been a physiotherapist for 7 years. She graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2014 with an undergrad in psychology. Amy was drawn to physiotherapy by the potential to help people live fuller lives, in particular, individuals with neurological challenges. She was attracted to Nomad because of their philosophy of accessibility to therapy, meeting clients where it’s most comfortable for them.
My favourite part of this work is seeing clients achieve things they didn’t think were possible and how those abilities open up their world to new experiences and opportunities. There’s nothing better than seeing pride in achievement and optimism for the future!
Amy’s specialities are neurological disorders in children and adults, in particular, Cerebral Palsy, Trisomy 21, Stroke, Brain Injury, Developmental Delay, and Spina Bifida.
When Amy is not treating clients, she loves listening to music, travelling, and visiting local zoos. She is a kind heart who fosters cats from the SCAT and her favourite holiday is Halloween. Winning costume contests is her specialty!