Margy Galloway is a sports scientist with over 25 years’ experience in high performance sport, specialising in the areas of biomechanics and exercise physiology. She is also a business partner in the Rathmines Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre. She has previously worked at both the NSW Institute of Sport and the Australian Institute of Sport where she was the Manager of the Biomechanics Department. Margy has also run a sports education program at the Irish Institute of Sport, worked with various National Australian teams and athletes preparing for World Championships, Commonwealth Games, Olympic and Paralympic Games. She has worked as the Sport Science Coordinator for Athletics Australia and provided biomechanical support for the Australian Rowing Team.
Margy has been enrolled at the University of Newcastle for the past 3 years and has recently submitted her PhD thesis in the area of exercise and cardio-respiratory fitness after stroke. She has also been trialing a telehealth delivery of exercise programs for stroke survivors and manages the Stroke Research Register at the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI).
In her spare time, Margy likes to run, spend time at the beach, play tennis and watch her daughter play hockey and tennis.