Cameron has extensive experience in the chiropractic field having graduated from the RMIT Bachelor course in 1993. Following his graduation, he spent his first 5 years in Geelong. It was during that period that Cameron focused his learning on soft tissue disorders and their relationship with chronic spinal dysfunction. Muscle treatments and exercise rehabilitative therapy became a central focus of his treatments and he continues this unique approach today.
Through ongoing professional education and training Cameron has expanded his expertise and knowledge in the management of spinal disorders. Advances in chiropractic treatment led Cameron to the USA where he has undertaken further studies in the theory and application of Cox Technic. Cameron is pleased to be one of just a handful of certified Cox practitioners in Australia. Certified Cox practitioners are regarded for their evidence-based approach to the management of spinal disorders. Cameron has special interest in the management of 'sciatica', chronic low back, neck pain and headaches.
Understanding the importance of a holistic approach to back pain management Cameron has spent the past 20 years in Warragul developing strong relationships with local medical practitioners, physiotherapists and massage therapists ensuring clients achieve their health care goals.
Dr Cameron McConville
Leigh graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, achieving a Bachelor of Health Science (Chiropractic) and Master of Clinical Chiropractic. He has worked in both Australia and internationally, being part of a volunteer medical team providing chiropractic treatment to patients from remote villages in India in 2013. Leigh is driven to provide holistic care to patients of all ages, with a strong focus on rehabilitation, dietary/nutritional advice and injury prevention.
Leigh also has an interest in sporting injuries and as a commitment to upholding his professional development he is currently completing the International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma, which will further enable him to manage complex sporting injuries.