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About Us

Cameron McCormack - Principal Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Cameron is a qualified physiotherapist with over 20 year’s clinical experience, holding post graduate qualifications in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and is an APA titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Sports Physiotherapy Association and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Association. He has lectured at both a post and undergraduate level in Physiotherapy as well as in the health and fitness industry. In addition to his Physiotherapy qualifications he holds further qualifications in Sports Coaching in both martial arts and snow skiing. He is a ASCA Level 1 Qualified Strength and Conditioning coach giving him the ability to transition between rehabilitation and sports performance.He continues to actively be involved in the health and fitness industry where he regularly takes classes as well . His principle interests are in sports injuries including hip and knee pathology, as well as low back and neck pain. Cameron is married with two children. 


Nicola McCormack - Physiotherapist

Nicola McCormack graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University in 1997. Since then, Nicola has worked both overseas and in Regional Victoria. Her experience covers public health, undergraduate clinical teaching in major metropolitan hospitals and now private practice. Nicola currently divides her time between aquatic physiotherapy (hydrotherapy) and clinic based musculoskeletal work. In addition to this, Nicola is an Accredited Assessor with the Australian Physiotherapy Council, which is responsible for assessing overseas trained physiotherapists prior to obtaining Australian registration. She is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Her principle interests are with joint replacement surgery, ante and post-natal women’s health, aged care rehabilitation and aquatic physiotherapy. Nicola has an interest in nutrition and coaching patients to achieve their goals. Nicola is a keen hockey player and runner and has run several half-marathons. She also enjoys skiing and entertaining for family and friends. Nicola also volunteers her time at her children’s school and loves being involved in her local community.

Daniel Walters - Physiotherapist

Daniel graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy Practice from Latrobe university. He has a special interest in orthopaedic occupational rehabilitation, sporting injuries, and hydrotherapy. He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. In addition to his physiotherapy qualifications, Daniel also has a certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness and is a member of Fitness Australia.

 To gain a different insight into the physiotherapy world in early 2017, Daniel volunteered as a physiotherapist in an orphanage in Peru treating a wide range of neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. “I think that experience really bought home to me how fortunate we are here in Australia in respect to all aspects of our lives but particularly healthcare.”

Daniel believes that “exercise plays a big role in achieving excellent health” and uses this, along with various manual techniques, to achieve the best outcomes for his patients.

This philosophy helped develop his interest in Clinical Pilates and the application of this to treat and prevent a variety of conditions.

Daniel’s love of sports spreads into his own life as he has enjoyed being a part of local football and basketball teams for as long as he can remember. He also enjoys going to the gym and participating in Pilates classes.

Jo Preston

Originally a Kiwi, Jo moved to Australia as a teenager. After completing school she worked in roles including a Recruitment Consultant, PA and administration within the banking industry. Meeting her husband in Brisbane and having two wonderful boys she and her family relocated to China for 8 years with her husband pursuing an executive position. She returned to Australia in 2013 with her two teenage boys and her husband keen to re-join the workforce after her 8 year stint in China where visa requirements prevented her from working. Fortunately for the clinic, we quickly recognized her talent and we are fortunate to have enjoyed her help ever since. Now a valuable asset to the practice Jo is the happy voice at the end of your phone calls and the smiling face to often greet you at reception. Jo possesses outstanding customer service skills and has quickly gained an excellent knowledge of the healthcare industry. Outside of her work at the clinic she continues to enjoy keeping fit at the gym, doing Pilates, and travelling with her family.

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