Cameron graduated from McMaster University with his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, eventually going on to complete his Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Western University. During his schooling, Cameron gained clinical experience at the Hand and Upper Limb Centre in London, Ontario and subsequently worked in private practice at the Hand and Upper Limb Clinic in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He also received his Masters in Kinesiology at University of Saskatchewan, developing an understanding of research and has published in a variety of peer-reviewed journals.
Cameron has developed a strong passion for treating the upper limb and is always looking to advance his knowledge base. Most recently, he completed a year long fellowship training program in the upper extremity to further his knowledge and skills, which lead to him obtaining his Certified Hand Therapist designation. He also holds a variety of continuing education credits with regards to splinting, wound care and treatment of the upper extremity. He strongly believes that thorough and detailed patient education leads to optimal long-term outcomes and decreased recurrence rates.
Aside from work, Cameron enjoys being active outside in a variety of activities including climbing, tennis, squash, hockey and snowboarding.