Amy Pay BSc(Hons)Ost, D.O
In her spare time Amy is kept busy by her two small children and the family dog. She is a keen cross country runner, often taking part in muddy obstacle course races!
" I really enjoy my job as an osteopath for a number of reasons. Firstly, every day is different, you never know who is going to walk through the door or with what problem(s!) and I love the challenge and diversity that this can bring. Osteopathy is all about treating each patient as an individual and therefore no two treatments are exactly the same.
Secondly, a lot of people think osteopathy is really only about backs and/or bones. Its great to be able to help somebody with something they didn't prehaps think you could, especially if that problem has been on-going for some time and they are coming to you as a 'last resort' when they have exhausted the typical medical route.
Finally, my 'maintainance' patients who come to see me regularly for help with managing longer term problems. Its lovely to see how little changes to how someone can move and function can have such a brilliant effect on their daily life."
"You must work magic with your hands, knee so comfortable and my back hasn't been so pain free in months. Thank you so much, for me this is fantastic, I can move around really quite easily and I feel better in myself." M.T
"Thank you for all your help sorting out my back and abdominal pains...you seemed to be the only person who was actually listening to me!" P. C
Graduated in 2010, is a fully registered member of the General Osteopathic Council and is fully insured.
Qualified to use Western Medical Acupuncture as part of her treatments and commonly offers this to patients where appropriate.
Holds a diploma in sports massage.
Qualified as a Pilates Instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) in 2013.