Chris Cameron graduated from University of Queensland in 1986. Her first physiotherapy position was at North-West General Hospital in Tasmania where she combined physiotherapy with her love of bushwalking and travel.
After 2 years in hospital and private practice positions in Melbourne, it was time to return to sunny Queensland. A further year in private practice was the prelude to commencing Keperra Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 1990.
Here Chris has been able to exercise her strong interest in sports injuries, women’s health and spinal pain including headaches. Chris believes in a hands-on approach to physiotherapy treatment using a variety of physiotherapy techniques including specific therapeutic exercise, joint mobilization, massage and dry needling to achieve optimal recovery and return to sporting and work activities.
Chris is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and its special interest groups Sports Physiotherapy Australia, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, Physiotherapy Business Australia and the Women’s Health and Continence special interest group. She has held various voluntary positions for the APA including Public Relations Officer, Branch Council Committee Member, and Sports Physiotherapy Committee Member.
Chris is committed to providing the highest quality of physiotherapy care. To this end, she regularly attends conferences and courses to keep abreast of the latest research and treatment techniques. She also provides work experience placements for school and university physiotherapy students.
Outside of work, Chris enjoys an active lifestyle including scuba-diving, walking, cycling, gardening, and pilates. This is necessary to balance her other love in life, cooking.
Reece Coleman completed his Bachelor of Exercise Science at Griffith University prior to graduating with his Masters of Physiotherapy from the same university. He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).
Reece has a strong interest in the treatment of sports injuries, working as an AFL sports trainer throughout his student career.
Reece continues this sports involvement today providing physiotherapy services to Coorparoo AFL Club as well as working at Keperra Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic.
Reece uses a hands-on approach to assess and treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions, sporting and workplace injuries. His treatment techniques include joint mobilizations, massage, muscle releases and dry needling. The combination of exercise science and physiotherapy knowledge enables Reece to prescribe a range of specific therapeutic exercises to address individual sports and workplace requirements. In particular, he has a strong focus on improving core stability and global muscle strength and endurance to facilitate rapid recovery from injury and reduce the risk of recurrence.
When not working at Keperra Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic, Reece enjoys a range of outdoor pursuits including surfing, running and camping.
Donna is the smiling face front-of-house at Keperra Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic. Her role is to coordinate appointments, administration, and reception for the practice.
In previous lives, she has been a gym instructor and head stewardess on Queensland Rail’s Sunlander, as well as a medical secretary and receptionist for an architecture firm.
As the proud mother of two very athletic children, Donna spends much of her spare time watching them in action. She also enjoys working on her ongoing landscape project, walking with border collie Stella and dining out with friends.