Miss Amy Lennox-Bowley
Founder & Consultant Audiologist
Amy is the founder of Hypatia Specialist Clinics and Hypatia Training which aims to help improve Vestibular care by providing innovative clinics and training for clinicians worldwide. She mentors and assists clinicians from a number of services both NHS and private, CHIME Social Enterprise, Arrowe Park NHS Hospital, Dizzy and Vertigo Institute of Los Angeles. Although an independent business owner her opinion on equipment and devices is often sought from technology manufacturers and she often makes recommendations that make it to final production.
She is currently researching Visual Vertigo and has been providing patients with new techniques to help relieve these symptoms and is involved in a number of multi-centre research projects.
After completing a Bachelors in Audiology at the University of Manchester in 2009, Amy worked in the NHS until in 2011 she had the opportunity to emigrate to Australia. Here she completed her Master's equivalence and became Head of Service in Queensland looking after both patients in the public and private sector.
In 2012 she joined Otometrics as Clinical Lead for Australia she worked on research and development projects for the ICS Impulse and produced the interpretation guide for Head Impulse. Alongside working for Otometrics she developed the “Vestibular Forum” an online community for multidisciplinary clinicians and regularly hosted vestibular and electrophysiology lectures at La Trobe and Flinders University.
Amy lives at home with her husband and 7 year old son and enjoys family activities and adventures at the weekend