Cameron Edwards is a proud Kamilaroi/Australian man. Cameron obtained his Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours Class 1 from the University of Sydney at the end of 2017, and began his career at Blacktown Hospital. Now in his fifth year as a physiotherapist, he works at Westmead Children’s Hospital in PICU/NICU and the respiratory wards.
He is on the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s (APA) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Committee and has been an invited speaker at the APA Transform conference, a featured writer in the InMotion magazine, Winner of NSW Inaugural Allied Health Awards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Allied Health Professional of the year, and has done several webinars and podcasts discussing the role of Physiotherapy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Cameron has a passion for health and desires to help his local community as well as disadvantaged populations and is excited about the future influence of the profession in these areas.