Cameron Smith

Physio Inq Licensee & Senior Physiotherapist

From a very young age to present I have had my fair share of hospital experiences, with some injuries unfortunate and some just super unlucky. Some would call me accident prone. Some would question why I would continue to play soccer; why I would continue to run crazy distances. Maybe I am just stubborn? Or maybe through my many injuries have I learnt how resilient the human body can be? How if you put your own determination with some professional guidance then life is limitless. I wanted to be that professional that helps others get the most out of their body to reach the goals they wanted to achieve.

With this drive, I completed a four-year Bachelor of Health Science/ Masters of Physiotherapy at Western Sydney University from 2013-2016 following my HSC year in 2012. I then settled into an associate physiotherapy role at Physio Inq St Marys in March 2017. Here I was fortunate enough to be mentored by some highly experienced senior physiotherapists. The team at St Marys were very supportive of my drive to grow and progress my career with roles involving: new graduate mentoring and university student educator responsibilities. This lead to my progression into a senior physiotherapist role at Physio Inq St Marys in January 2019.

And now this drive has lead to the next chapter of my career as clinic owner at Physio Inq Harrington Park. Here with the assistance of my wonderful clinical and admin team, will continue delivering a modern clinic-based physiotherapy service to the McCarthur region that Physio Inq Harrington Park has proudly delivered in excess of 5 years. With a passion for education, I will continue to mentor new graduates to find their niche market within this vast scope of practice we call physiotherapy. With a passion for treating recreational sport/running injuries, I am looking forward to working with you all. And to all our community partners, gyms, fellow health/medical professional and future students, I look forward to strengthening our relationship into the future.

Dani Hutchinson

Senior Physiotherapist

Dani graduated in 1999 from the University of Sydney, and completed a Graduate Certificate (2010) and Masters (2015) in Sports Physiotherapy through Latrobe University.

Having joined the practice in 2007 Dani’s special interests include neck pain, sporting injuries and children’s physiotherapy.

Dani also enjoys playing hockey, traveling and spending time with her family. Dani Hutchinson has been a member of the local Camden community since childhood.

Blake Mckean

Senior Physiotherapist

Blake completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Sport and Exercise) at UWS and a Masters of Physiotherapy at USYD and has been working in private practice for the past 3 years.

He loves working with all types of sports injuries, as well as gym-related pain/injuries (CrossFit, bodybuilding, F45), shoulder injuries and knee injuries.

His passion is making people stronger than they were before their injury and focusing on preventing the injury from happening again.

With his down time, he will either be in the gym, at the beach, watching sport or spending time with his daughter.

Debra Sharp

Client Relationship Manager

Deb joins us at Physioinq Camden as our Client Relationship Manager. She brings a wealth of administrative experience from her previous leadership role at NSW Health.

Deb is a well known member in the Camden community with an ongoing commitment to The Oaks Country Women's Association.

In her downtime, Deb enjoys experimenting in the kitchen with her homemade jams being a definite hit.

She looks forward to getting to know all of our clients and make the experience a warm and welcoming one.

Katherine Harris

Physiotherapist

Kate graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) /Master of Physiotherapy in 2017. Since graduating, she has worked across both the public and private sector in a variety of areas.

Kate enjoys treating sporting injuries, particularly those related to netball. She also has an interest in managing osteoarthritis – particularly of the knee, ankle, and shoulder injuries. She also has a strong interest in guiding post-operative rehabilitation. She enjoys treating a wide variety of patients and looks forward to helping them achieve their goals.

Outside of work, Kate enjoys playing netball, social tennis, going to the gym, traveling, and spending time with her dogs!

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