Amy McCartney

Amy is a Soft Tissue Therapist who graduated with a degree in Sport and Exercise Rehabilitation accredited by The British Association of Sport Rehabilitators (BASRaT). Amy has a vast amount of clinical experiences working with clients suffering from work based aches and pains along with professional athletes. She is currently a Sports Therapist for Sunderland A.F.C. working with both male and female teams such as the Pro Game Academy. During and after graduating from university, Amy went on to further her skills as a therapist and become further qualified in multiple treatment modalities making her stand out from your traditional graduate. She went on to become further qualified in medical acupuncture, myofascial dry cupping therapy, shockwave therapy, IASTM and kinesiology taping.

Amy is very passionate about helping her clients stay out of pain whilst keeping them active. Amy achieves this by using a manual hands-on approach along with using multiple treatment modalities during a single treatment. Amy believes that using a multi treatment method approach is the best way to speeding up client’s recovery, keeping the client moving and helping them live better pain free.


  BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Rehabilitation

  Level 4 Sports Massage Therapy

  Diploma in Myofascial Dry Cupping Therapy

  Certificate in Medical Acupuncture

  Diploma in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

  Diploma in Osteopathic Muscle Energy Techniques (METs)

  Diploma in Advanced Soft Tissue Release (STR)

  Kinesiology Taping Practitioner

  Athletic Strapping and Clinical Taping Diploma

  Diploma in Osteopathic Positional Release

  Diploma in Triger Point Therapy

  Blood Flow Resistance Training Certified

  Clinical Compression and Voodoo Flossing Certified


  Joined MSK Injury Clinic in 2023 as a Soft Tissue Therapist

  Sports Therapist at Sunderland AFC

Professional Achievements

My biggest achievement to date is working with Sunderland AFC professional footballers enhancing their recovery for optimal performance.

Therapist Associations

  BASRaT - British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers

  FHT - Federation of Holistic Therapists