Craig has over 25 years involvement in Sports Physiotherapy at local, State & National level for Australian Rules football, Soccer, Touch football, Rugby, Track & Field Athletics and Triathlon. He established Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in 1999 and has since overseen the development of one of Canberra’s most respected allied health care practices.
Craig maintains a special interest in sports injuries, post-surgical orthopaedics, spinal complaints, hand injuries, and children/adolescent physiotherapy. He also presents periodic seminars and publishes on the role of physiotherapy in injury management and prevention at University of Canberra and to various sporting and community organisations.
Away from work Craig enjoys running and cycling, participating regularly in local distance and mountain running events and triathlons. He is an active member of YMCA of Canberra Runners Club, ACT Masters Athletics Club and Canberra Bilby’s Triathlon Club which are also sponsored by Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre.
Katie completed a Master’s in Physiotherapy at University of Canberra in 2014, having previously attained a Bachelor’s degree in Sport and Exercise Science. Two years working as a Physiotherapist Assistant prepared her very well for her new career at Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre.
Katie is developing a particular interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, women’s health and running injuries.
Having had previous Sports Trainer experience while, Katie also provides on-field Sports Physiotherapy coverage to ANU Australian Football Club .
Cameron completed his Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) at Sydney University in 1991. After initially working in Lismore and the UK he returned to Sydney, working in private practice including a high profile sports practice in Parramatta.
In 2000 Cameron established his own practice in the Blue Mountains where he worked for 16 years before moving to the Canberra region for family reasons.
While working in the Sydney region, Cameron was involved with elite sporting teams and individuals, including at the Sydney Olympics and Paralympics, IAAF Diamond League finals Crystal Palace, Parramatta Eels NRL, Parramatta Power NSL, Australian men’s European handball team, Australian U/21 women’s softball, NSW women’s soccer, and Wentworthville and Kellyville Jim Beam cup.
Cameron has extensive experience in the treatment of a broad range of injuries, including sporting, general musculoskeletal and spinal, and management of post-surgical rehabilitation.
His approach is hands on with a holistic focus on patient care, incorporating his skills in manual therapy, acupuncture, taping and exercise prescription. Cameron encourages active involvement and participation in an individual’s injury management.
Cameron is a lover of sports with a history of participation in Grade level league and union in Sydney. The focus these days is on the golf course, with a regular run or bike ride. Cameron enjoys music, food and wine, and spending time with his wife and three teenage daughters.
Ricky grew up in a family where both parents were Podiatrists, and in 2012 graduated from University of Newcastle with his own Bachelor of Podiatry. Upon graduating, Ricky joined his father in practice at The Walking Clinic in Lyneham, ACT where he has developed an avid interest in sports podiatry and biomechanical problems. Ricky himself spent many years competing at a National level in the sport of downhill mountain biking, including representing Australia.
Ricky has also undertaken specialist training in the use of the A.R.C laser for the treatment of fungal nail infections and the treatment of Plantar Warts (verruca) with laser treatment.
Ricky joined the Canberra physiotherapy team at Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in November 2015 where he is now offering a full range of Podiatry services from orthotic prescription and biomechanical assessments through to foot-care treatment and footwear advice.
Outside of work Ricky enjoys many sports including mountain biking, golf, surfing, snowboarding, tennis and squash.
Teja grew up in Parkes, NSW, and after graduating from college in 2011, moved to the Central Coast to study a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Podiatry at the University of Newcastle.
During her time at university one focus of her studies was on the most effective treatments for common fungal nail infections. To this end Teja undertook a research project in her final year investigating modern laser therapies which have been proven to be effective in treatment of these conditions.
Teja moved to Canberra to join The Walking Clinic in 2016, and has been providing a full range of Podiatry services – both biomechanical and foot-care – at the Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre rooms in Kingston since early 2017.
Hilary initially gained Cert IV in Remedial Massage in 2002, which she then followed with a Diploma specialising in Sports Massage in 2006. Other specific massage techniques Hilary utilises include Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release and Pregnancy Massage. Hilary is a member of the ATMS and has a Provider Number recognised by most health funds.
Hilary is very enthusiastic about assisting people with massage to aid recovery, rehabilitation and stress-related muscular tension.
Prior to joining Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in 2014, Hilary has worked in the Spa industry, Physiotherapy and chiropractic clinics, first class hotels, and with Australian State, National and International sports teams including Rugby, NRL, Cricket and Netball. She is also an active grade competition and state tennis player.
Keltie is currently studying a Bachelor of Laws with a double major in Law in Foundation and Law and Society at the University of Canberra. Keltie is the newest Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre team member, joining us in May 2017. Keltie comes with 3 years administration experience in healthcare practices and law firms.
Outside work, Keltie volunteers with the Aboriginal and Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) and the Ngunnawal Centre at the University of Canberra. She has a particular interest in the ‘Close the Gap’ initiative for Indigenous students.