BAppSc (Phty) (Hons)
Camellia graduated from the University of Sydney in 2014, with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy (Class I Honours). She was awarded the Mack Boots Award for the highest overall mark in Honours. Camellia has published in the journal of Physical Therapy Reviews, 2016 edition, titled: Clinical and radiological assessment of the cervical extensor muscles in people with neck pain. A narrative review.
Following graduation, Camellia worked at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, providing care for a variety of patients, including musculoskeletal, orthopaedics, hydrotherapy, cardiothoracic, intensive care, and neurological/general rehabilitation. This broad range of experience gave Camellia an invaluable base and strong physiotherapy foundation.
Camellia has an interest in both musculoskeletal and sports injuries, which stems from her interest in participating in all things outdoors. She has a strong approach to combining manual therapy skills to match accurate exercise prescription. With a focus on injury prevention and sport/workplace specific rehabilitation, Camellia creates individualised management plans, ensuring that she achieves the goals of her patients and maximises their confidence and understanding.
Camellia is a current member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and WorkCover accredited. She has completed the APPI Level 1 Pilates Matwork course as well as Level 1 Sports Physiotherapy course. She is currently obtaining further qualifications with DMA clinical Pilates training as well as GEMt dry needling courses to further enhance her physiotherapy skill set.
Camellia is bilingual and can speak English and Arabic.
“I believe that patient centred care is effectively achieved through a holistic approach to physiotherapy interventions. These are two core elements in building the foundations of a successful physiotherapy intervention, where the ultimate goal is to achieve the individualised goals of my patients and maximise their confidence and understanding.”