About Us

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Cameron Rodgers

Director and Principal Physiotherapist

Registered Physiotherapist, (APA Member)

Qualifications:
- B.HSC (Sp & ExSc). Sport and Exercise Science
- B. Phty. Physiotherapy
Courses:

- APA Sports physiotherapy level 1
- Clint Hill, Olympic lifting course

Cameron is a Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Physiotherapy Graduate. He has always had a keen interest in biomechanics of human body and how to maximise human performance. This stems from a childhood history of playing rugby league and various other sports which led him to complete a bachelor degree in Sport and Exercise Science prior to his physiotherapy degree.

Cameron has previous clinical experience in orthopedics, fracture clinics, neurological rehabilitation and hand therapy. As an active sportsman Cameron has developed interests in treating sporting injuries and pre/post-operative rehabilitation and has gone on to complete his APA Sports Physiotherapy Level 1 as well as an Olympic lifting course.

Outside of the clinic, Cameron enjoys snowboarding, horse riding, fishing, crossfit and spending time with his family and friends.

Qualifications:
- Bachelor of Health Science (Sport and Exercise Science)
   University of Western Sydney
- Masters of Physiotherapy - Sydney University
Courses:
- Greg Castle Taping seminar, May 2014
- CPD Dry needling course January 2016
- DMA Clinical Pilates course August 2016
- Level 1 Sports Trainer with Sports Medicine Australia 2015-present

Alex is a graduate from Sydney University Masters of Physiotherapy program. She has always had an interest in how the body works and helping others to stay active and healthy which led her to study a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science prior to completing her Physiotherapy Masters.

Alex has a keen interest in performance and sporting injuries and has previously worked at Performance 360 clinics in Sydney and worked with UNSW rugby club prior to moving to Moree. She also enjoys spinal rehabilitation; teaching proper technique, breathing and activation of key core muscles during lifting and exercise. She believes in keeping up to date with latest treatments which has led her to complete extra study in clinical pilates in which she is experienced instructing both reformer and matwork classes. She has also done further study in dry needling and is able to offer these services to clients.

Outside of the clinic, Alex likes to stay fit and healthy and enjoys crossfit and lifting all things heavy! She also enjoys snowboarding, horseriding and spending time with her fur babies (two off the track thoroughbred mares and Beagle Nelly).

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Alexandra Valeontis

Director and Principal Physiotherapist

Registered Physiotherapist (APA member

Qualifications:
- Bachelor of Health Science (Sport and Exercise Science)
   University of Western Sydney
- Masters of Physiotherapy - Sydney University
Courses:
- Greg Castle Taping seminar, May 2014
- CPD Dry needling course January 2016
- DMA Clinical Pilates course August 2016
- Level 1 Sports Trainer with Sports Medicine Australia 2015-present

Alex is a graduate from Sydney University Masters of Physiotherapy program. She has always had an interest in how the body works and helping others to stay active and healthy which led her to study a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science prior to completing her Physiotherapy Masters.

Alex has a keen interest in performance and sporting injuries and has previously worked at Performance 360 clinics in Sydney and worked with UNSW rugby club prior to moving to Moree. She also enjoys spinal rehabilitation; teaching proper technique, breathing and activation of key core muscles during lifting and exercise. She believes in keeping up to date with latest treatments which has led her to complete extra study in clinical pilates in which she is experienced instructing both reformer and matwork classes. She has also done further study in dry needling and is able to offer these services to clients.

Outside of the clinic, Alex likes to stay fit and healthy and enjoys crossfit and lifting all things heavy! She also enjoys snowboarding, horseriding and spending time with her fur babies (two off the track thoroughbred mares and Beagle Nelly).