A Chronic Entrepreneur

Amanda Campbell/ January 7, 2018/ Press

Amanda Campbell personifies the term ‘entrepreneur’. Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at age 24, it wasn’t until she turned 29 and had an MS attack that left her paralysed, that she began to redefine who she was and live life on her own terms.

Since then she has launched a number of successful businesses, all with the mission of helping others live full and healthy lives. She is an avid learner, having completed a number of degrees and working as an accredited sports kinesiologist, and works as an ambassador for MS Limited.

She’s the founder of Nourissh – now Amanda Campbell Health – working with organisations to improve the health and wellbeing of employees, and the founder of Bend Like Bamboo – one of Australia’s leading kinesiology practices. She shares her story and journey to where she is today with us below.

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