Passionate about women’s health, and particularly about educating and empowering women to put themselves higher on their priority list, Amilia is committed to proactive care and to promoting and delivering high quality physiotherapy services for women.
Amilia graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2012. Since then she has followed her passion for women’s health working in private practice in Adelaide.
Prior to completing her Physiotherapy degree, Amilia completed a Bachelor of Science at Flinders University, majoring in microbiology. It was during this degree that her son arrived, and following his birth Amilia encountered a women’s health physiotherapist, who inspired her to take up the profession.
A daughter was to follow, and soon after completing her first degree Amilia took up the huge challenge of studying Physiotherapy full time, whilst helping to run her husband’s electrical business.
Completing her Physiotherapy studies whilst caring for two small children, Amilia can empathize with so many women out there who have huge demands to meet in life, both physically and emotionally.
The recent addition of baby three, has meant Amilia’s life has not slowed down and its more important than ever to keep on top of her health and wellbeing. Amilia feels strongly about helping her clients to realise this in their own lives, and working with them to achieve it.
Amilia is extremely keen to extend her knowledgewhenever there is an opportunity and is frequently attending professional development courses; she is trained in Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates, Continence and Women’s Health and is always looking to add more to her repertoire.