Cameron Heise – Leederville Physiotherapist
Physiotherapist; Exercise & Sports Scientist; Personal Trainer.
Cameron completed his physiotherapy degree at Curtin University (School of Physiotherapy) and has continually developed a dedicated interest into Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy.
Cameron is from an elite level sporting background having represented Western Australia in Australian Rules football from the age of 15 upwards to the age of 21, and played League level football in the WAFL for Subiaco and Perth. He has competed at an elite level in Surf Life Saving beach sprinting, in swimming and Ironman events.
From his personal experience of suffering both minor and severe career threatening injuries during his sporting career he can reflect on the challenges he personally faced, and provide hands on guidance in injury rehabilitation to the aspiring sports person.
Cameron was a scholarship holder at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra and represented Australia in International Rules Football. The Australian Institute of Sport Scholarship gave Cameron a personal insight into understanding the liaison and dealings between the Physiotherapists and the elite adolescent sports person. It also gave him a greater insight into the importance of recovery after both sports and work injuries. This involvement has fuelled his subsequent interest in Exercise Rehabilitation, and, Strength and Conditioning.
Having also completed a degree of Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) with a major in Human Performance at Edith Cowan University, Cameron has developed vast knowledge in nutrition and thus has assisted people wanting to lose weight or improve lean body mass via diet manipulation.
Cameron has a strong interest in treating and helping people with back, neck and shoulder pain. He makes it possible for people of all ages to go about their day to day living.
Cameron is a member of the following professional associations: Sports Physiotherapy Australia, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, and Australian Physiotherapy Association.