Cameron has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours from the University of Canberra. He takes special interest in chronic over-use injuries common to sporting teams, runners and military personnel. In this light, Cameron has published a study of military recruits with medial tibial stress syndrome (a debilitating form of shin-splints) in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport and presented his findings at the International Congress of Soldier’s Physical Performance. Cameron also has a passion for sprinting and running biomechanics, conducting assessments at the clinic and providing guidance to reduce injury and improve performance.
In addition to working with SportsCare, Cameron is proud to serve as the Royal Australian Navy’s first physiotherapist. In this capacity, he deploys at sea to provide physiotherapy services to Defence personnel and in situations of humanitarian aid. Cameron also takes much pride from his role as physiotherapist for the Australian Defence Force Women’s Rugby and AFL teams.