Clinic – Currie Center (UNB)
Cameron started his post-secondary education by pursuing a BScKin at the University of New Brunswick. After volunteering at the Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation in Fredericton, he developed a strong interest in pursuing an education in physiotherapy.
It was at Stan Cassidy where he saw first-hand how a multi-disciplinary approach to patient care laid the groundwork for some incredible stories of recovery and healing. It also showed him another aspect of the benefits of exercise in promoting and maintaining a person’s health and physical function that he had not truly considered before.
Cameron was accepted into the MSc. PT program at Dalhousie University in 2011 and enjoyed every aspect of his physiotherapy studies while in Halifax. After completing his PT degree in October of 2013, Cameron started working as a physiotherapist at a multi-disciplinary sports medicine clinic in Alberta, and later, was able to pursue contract work with Alpine Canada Alpin and the Canadian Ski Cross Team, which he continues with today. His clinical interests are in the areas of orthopedic and athletic injury management, as well as concussion rehabilitation. He uses an education and exercise-based approach to help his clients and tries to include hands-on or manual techniques into his treatment as much as possible.
Fun fact: Cameron is fluently bilingual (English and French) and is a graduate of École Sainte-Anne (2007).
Originally from Fredericton, Cam and his wife returned to NB in 2017, and he was excited to join the multi-disciplinary team at Max Health Institute & Physiotherapy in the spring of 2020 (with some unexpected delays due to COVID-19).
When not in the clinic, Cameron can be found spending time with his wife, young toddler, and their dog – usually skiing, hiking, running, walking, or cycling.