Amelia (Amy) Arundale, PT, PhD, DPT, SCS is a physiotherapist and researcher. She received her bachelor’s degree with honors from Haverford College. Gaining both soccer playing and coaching experience throughout college, she went on to be the William Penn Fellow and Head of Women’s Football (soccer) at the Chigwell School, in London. Amy completed her DPT at Duke University and throughout gained experience working at multiple soccer clubs in the US and Norway. After working in a sports clinic and academy football for a few years, Amy began a PhD in 2013 under Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackle; examining primary and secondary ACL injury prevention as well as career length and return to performance in soccer players. After a short post-doc in Linköping, Sweden, Amy spent three years at the Brooklyn Nets as a physiotherapist and biomechanist as well as The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System as a visiting scientist. Today, Amy works as a physiotherapist at Red Bull’s Athlete Performance Center in Thalgau, Austria. Outside of work, Amy plays Australian Rules Football for Munich Kangaroos, the New York Magpies and USAFL Freedom (the US National Team).