Amy Bruce, APAM | Principal Physiotherapist and Director
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
75 Magnolia Road, Tanunda (inside The Rex Barossa Aquatic Fitness)
8 Murray Street, Tanunda
Pricing Level: Tier 2 (more info on fee structure)
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) - Level 1 & Level 2 Advanced Certification
Sports Physiotherapy Level 1
Sports Trainer Level 1 course
The McKenzie Institute - Part A (Back Pain)
Pilates - Matwork Level 1
Musculoskeletal and Segmental Dry Needling.
GLA:D Australia Course (Good Living with Kip and Knee Arthritis)
An Updated Consideration of the management of the Rotator Cuff - Mary Magarey
Spinal Physiotherapy (Part A)
Chronic Pain Management
Introduction to Hand Therapy
Australian Physiotherapy Association Member
After graduating from a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, I moved to Bordertown, where I worked in a local private practice for 3 years. Over my 3 years spent in Bordertown, I developed my skills in musculoskeletal injuries, workplace injuries and occupational health.
I have a keen interest in hand therapy and have began professional development to further my knowledge and skills in this area. This interest sprung from working in the occupational health field and treating many factory workers suffering from hand injuries. I have spent 2 years working onsite in abattoirs, and find the acute and complex injuries a great challenge.
I undertook training in GLA:D (Good Life with Arthritis) in 2018 where I developed knowledge and skills to treat people suffering from Arthritis and empowering them with knowledge to help live a healthy and active lifestyle.
I have been lucky enough to participate in a large amount of professional development, which means that I have a varied knowledge base. I enjoy the challenge of treating a diverse range of conditions, from musculoskeletal, sports injuries, neck and back problems to neurological conditions, occupational health and hand therapy. Not only does this keep me on my toes, but gives me great pleasure in treating differing age groups and backgrounds.
Outside of work, I enjoy keeping active and playing local sports. You will often find me at the river, water skiing or just simply enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.
I look forward to working with you, "inside the Rex” on Magnolia Street or at our 8 Murray Street location.