Cameron is another home grown Beechworth lad. He went to school locally before moving to Melbourne to study Exercise Science at RMIT University. Whilst the knowledge he gained from this course was amazing, it also only fueled his desire to help people recover more rapidly from their injuries, and that desire to gain a deeper understanding is what lead him towards a career as an Osteopath. He completed his double degree in Osteopathy and Applied Science at RMIT University in 2018 before being unable to resist the offer to return back to the Albury Wodonga area.
Cameron has a mad passion for sport, playing everything from football, cricket, tennis and basketball in his younger days before a string of injuries and major surgical operations forced a change of pace in his sporting pursuits, eventually finding his way to the more relaxed setting of the golf course. His multiple injuries and the associated recovery were one of the primary reasons Cameron was drawn to Osteopathy.
Cameron’s love of sport saw him work as a sports trainer at a local football club whilst studying Osteopathy. It is probably of no great surprise that he has a special interest in treating sporting injuries; however his talents allow him to aid in the treatment of the wide range of injuries that we commonly see here at Sports & Spinal Albury. Headaches, back, neck, shoulder pain are common presentations to Cameron. He enjoys assisting clients in returning to their normal daily lifestyle, and is always striving to give that extra advice to help his patients manage their pain, whether that be at home, in the office or on the sporting field. Cameron has completed extra study to incorporate dry needling and myofascial cupping therapy into his repertoire. Cameron spends his spare time with his beautiful partner, at the gym or out on any sporting field with his mates.
Cameron's area of interest is in treating:
Sports Injuries & General Osteopathy.
To make an appointment with Cameron, you can instantly book online, us our online chat or call (02) 6021 1975 now.
- B Hlth Sc
- B App Sc (Osteo)
- Member of Osteopathy Australia
What is your guilty pleasure?
Copious amounts of coffee, on a cold wintery day in Beechworth its not hard for those cups to hit 4 …. or 5…. I know, I know!
Name three people you would love to have dinner with and why?
– Kerry O’Keefe, as someone who has grown up loving sport there’s one commentator across all codes that stands above the rest, his humor and his stories could be shared and listened to for hours on end
– Gordon Ramsay, who would you rather share food with than one if not the best chef in the world, someone who is passionate, entertaining and his been all over the world, with experiences both good and bad
– Wayne Carey, North Melbourne and arguably the AFL’s greatest ever player, sure he’s had some indiscretions but that’s all the more entertaining.
What is your favourite place in the world?
I haven’t travelled far or wide in my time, but all of my holidays are towards the ocean, I love the beach and maybe on day I’ll retire there (quite some time wait before then!) in particular I always enjoy going down the great ocean road, Torquay, Anglesea and all the way towards Warrnambool.
Are you a book or movie person? And what is your favourite one?
To be honest I’m not really either, I prefer TV series, I’m too lazy to read a book and movies don’t have enough time for story or character developments. At the moment I’ve watching Netflix series such as Mindhunter, Grimm and I finished Stranger Things not long ago…. as well as quite a few others.
Who is the best team in the world, apart from our Sports & Spinal Albury crew?
As a sports fan there are countless successful teams across all sports, but as a lifetime North Melbourne supporter I’ll always choose them. Sure they haven’t had a whole heap of success, but they keep fighting and hopefully one day I’ll see them at the top of the mountain again.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I’m not really someone who is full of surprises, But I do really enjoy cooking, I’m not talking about the slaving over a hot stove every night kind of cooking, but the trying to cook something you never have before, when you actually have the time and want to put some kind of effort in.