Aimee graduated from The Robert Gordon University in 2013 with a MSc in Physiotherapy. Upon completion of her degree she began working as a Physiotherapist with Aberdeen Football Club gaining valuable experience in the rehabilitation of elite athletes. She was in that role for 5 years working with the first team, under 20’s and leading the Youth Academy. She then worked privately at Nuffield Health seeing a wide array of often complex musculoskeletal conditions.
Outside of work Aimee’s passion is hockey, cycling and football. Aimee was part og the Scottish Women’s Hockey team representing at all age groups and competed at numerous European and World Cup competitions. She was selected for the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth games and GB training squad for Beijing, however due to multiple serious knee injuries which delayed her playing career, she ironically developed a desire to pursue a career in Physiotherapy. Hard work, determination and the infamous “never give up” (stubborn athlete) attitude earned her a place at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in 2010.
Aimee has a strong interest in sports rehabilitation and enjoys seeing patients return to full fitness. Aimee is also qualified in Sports Massage, acupuncture and is hoping to complete further study in Osteopathic Manipulation and ELDOA. She has a keen interest in knee rehabilitation and strength and conditioning training for injury prevention.