Tania Amorim

“I qualified at Vale do Sousa Superior School of Health, Portugal in 2008. Once graduated as a physiotherapist I further developed my interest in manual therapy and musculoskeletal dysfunction. I obtained a Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy from Curtin University of Technology, Australia. I’ve also had the opportunity to refine my handling skills training with the Professor Brain Mulligan and the Mulligan Teachers Association.

I have gained clinical practice experience  working in the private sector in Portugal, Spain and England. I’ve specialized in sports-related injuries and work closely with professional dancers and musicians. I also have a special interest in cervical dysfunctions as I completed a post graduation in temporomandibular disorders with the Professor Mariano Rocabado from Andres Bello University.

I’m also trained as a Pilates instructor and often incorporates clinical Pilates exercises within my rehabilitation programs. Apart from my enthusiasm for physiotherapy I am also passionate about dance, music and photography.”