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.
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 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.
Spoken Languages: English and Arabic