Pilates Mat & Reformer Instructor
WHAT Member, APA Member
Aimee always had a passion for helping people through hardship, and despite starting out in Psychology she knew her passion always lay with physiotherapy. She decided on completion of her initial degree that she would use her psychology knowledge to enhance a career as a physiotherapist, rather than continue the initially planned path to becoming a clinical psychologist and has not looked back.
Aimee joined us as a student during her degree under the guidance of one of our senior clinicians Elizabeth Lush, and immediately fell in love with this specialist area. She loved that this area gave the opportunity to make meaningful client relationships and progress, which is what first drew her to Physiotherapy as a profession. She is passionate about helping her patients navigate the waters of a tougher time, however that may present, by sharing her knowledge to educate and empower them to feel proficient in managing their health journey and outcomes. She holds the view that Women’s Health generally has historically been overlooked and not as well discussed or managed as it should be and is excited to see that this landscape is changing.
Aimee is a mixed bag and loves treating a variety of conditions and presentations, being passionate about helping women navigate the challenges that present themselves in the pre and post natal period, and throughout the life stages. Aimee has completed the Level 1 and 2 APA Women’s Pelvic Health and Women’s Health Through the Life Stages as well as certification courses in Dry Needling and both Reformer and Matwork Pilates.
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Bachelor of Behavioural Science.
- Pre and postnatal care
- Pelvic pain
- Return to exercise
Did you know?:
- Aimee loves investigating the latest restaurant or patisserie to hit Brisbane
- Aimee enjoys any type of physical activity particularly running and pilates
- Aimee can treat your Musculoskeletal ailments as well as pelvic health related issues