Dr Amy Norman graduated from Macquarie University, where she completed both her Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and her Masters of Chiropractic. She also obtained her certificate in Musculoskeletal Acupuncture through the Australian College of Education. Amy has also studied Chiropractic neuro-rehabilitation through the Carrick Institute of Post Graduate Studies. In 2017 she was one of 7 Australians to sit the American Chiropractic Neurology Board Exams and is now a Diplomate (D.A.C.N.B).
Outside of the treatment room Dr Amy has been in many previous roles of leadership. One of the organizations that she contributed to was the Australasian Academy of Functional Neurology where she held positions such as on the the Board of Directors, Compliance Secretary and Events Committee Co-chair assisting in creating seminars to educate multidisciplinary practitioners to broaden their neurology knowledge. This passion for neurology also lead to Amy being a casual Academic for Macquarie University specifically for the examination of Masters Program Students in Neurology Practical Skills until 2018.
Amy has had a wide range of interests in sports since childhood when she would compete in State and National Taekwondo tournaments. She has conducted and assisted in research regarding injury epidemiology in Taekwondo as well as Mixed Martial Arts. She has also had experience teaching children and adults how to swim and loves promoting a healthy lifestyle. Since personally experiencing pregnancy, birth and parenthood her passion to increase her knowledge and techniques has continued to grow and develop. Amy has a love for pregnancy care, paediatrics, sport performance and neuro-rehabilitation.