Amie Moriarty qualified as a Physical Therapist from Barry University, Florida, USA in 1996. Throughout her career she has worked in outpatient sports and orthopedic settings as well as in acute care rehabilitation units.
Prior to relocating to Hong Kong in 2006, she was the Director of the USA Triathlon National Training Center in Clermont, Florida. Amie gained extensive Physiotherapy experience working with elite sports teams both on a local and national level. One of the highlights of her career was working with the USA 2004 and 2008 Olympic Triathlon, Track and Field athletes.
Amie has continued her special interest in this area in Hong Kong by working closely with local triathletes, enabling them to return to their sport and remain injury free. She also works closely with regional orthopedic surgeons on post-surgical protocol design and rehabilitation.
Amie utilises a large array of manual techniques including joint mobilisation, soft tissue release, dry needling, biomechanical evaluation and she is also a certified acupuncturist.
Amie believes that education plays a vital role in the treatment and prevention of injury. She uses functional movement and motion analysis in her approach to treatment and program design for clients.
In her spare time, Amie enjoys trail running in Hong Kong and practicing yoga daily.
Amie's mission is to return clients to a pain-free active lifestyle, helping them to enjoy life and stay injury free.