Amy Norris

Amy qualified from the university of the West of England in Bristol in 2011.

After qualifying she worked in the Early Supported Discharge team for Stroke rehabilitation in Cheltenham. Amy continued in the local NHS hospitals in Cheltenham and Gloucester, gaining valuable experience in all the various clinical settings including Intensive Care and Neurology.

After relocating with her family to beautiful South Wales, Amy worked in the Princess of Wales hospital in Bridgend and covered a wide range of areas from Musculoskeletal Outpatients, Care of the Elderly, Cardiac, Medical wards and Neurological Rehabilitation.

Since 2016 Amy has specialised in working with adults in the Community within her NHS role, working to rehabilitate clients in their own homes following a hospital admission, acute illness or deterioration in mobility. Working together with the individual in order to achieve meaningful goals and being able to continue with the activities they enjoy.

Amy has a special interest in Parkinson’s Disease and has completed a management of Parkinsons Disease Masters course at the University of Swansea.

She has also completed PD Warrior training and has been involved in educational events for newly diagnosed Parkinson’s clients, providing training for other allied health professionals regarding the benefits of exercise in Parkinson’s management.

Amy is HCPC registered and a Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists