Camilla is a dynamic physiotherapist with a wealth of experience in both the clinical and sporting setting. She is passionate about integrating local and global manual and rehabilitation strategies to achieve results based upon careful analysis of your problem.
Shoulder pain and dysfunction associated with sporting injuries, overuse, hypermobility and following surgical intervention. Also, spinal pain and sacro-iliac pain.
In addition to manual therapy, taping and dry needling treatments, Camilla uses functional rehabilitation approaches incorporating Clinical Pilates techniques.
Over 25 years’ experience as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in both the NHS and private sector in both the UK and Australia. In 2002, she set up a highly-regarded physiotherapy practice in Kensington and subsequently sold it in 2013.
Extensive experience in the treatment of sports injuries to include working as Honorary physiotherapist to the Great Britain Paralympic Swimming Team 1997-2001 attending Sydney 2000.
Teaching experience to include: Honorary Lecturer on the Shoulder Complex to UCL/Kings College Physiotherapy Masters Students, McConnell Tutor on Shoulder and Patello-femoral Courses to physiotherapists throughout UK and. Acting as clinical tutor and examiner for Physiotherapy Masters Students on placements.
Recommended practitioner in the treatment of Pelvic Girdle Pain by the Pelvic Partnership Charity.
Physiotherapy, The Middlesex Hospital & University of London 1990
MSc Neuro-Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy University College London 1995-1996
Awarded Membership of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Physiotherapists 1996
As well as enjoying spending time with her twins and golden retriever, Camilla loves tennis, Pilates, skiing, photography, travel and using her knowledge of anatomy in life drawing classes!