Cameron McInnes
Senior Physiotherapist

Cameron has extensive experience in the treatment of a broad range of conditions, including sporting, general musculoskeletal and spinal injuries, and management of post-surgical rehabilitation.

His approach is hands on with a holistic focus on patient care, incorporating his skills in manual therapy, acupuncture, taping and exercise prescription. Cameron encourages active involvement and participation in an individual’s injury management.

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Cameron initially worked in Lismore and the UK after completing his Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) at Sydney University in 1991. He then returned to Sydney to work in private practices including a high profile Parramatta sports practice.

In 2000 Cameron established his own practice in the Blue Mountains where he worked for 16 years before moving to the Canberra region for family reasons.

While working in the Sydney region, Cameron was involved with elite sporting teams and individuals, including at the Sydney Olympics and Paralympics, IAAF Diamond League finals Crystal Palace, Parramatta Eels NRL, Parramatta Power NSL, Australian men’s European handball team, Australian U/21 women’s softball, NSW women’s soccer, and Wentworthville and Kellyville Jim Beam cup.

Cameron is a lover of sports with a history of participation in Grade level league and union in Sydney. The focus these days is on the golf course, with a regular run or bike ride. Cameron enjoys music, food and wine, and spending time with his wife and three teenage daughters.

Madeleine Walker

Madeleine completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra in 2009 and has since worked extensively in the NSW and ACT health systems.

Madeleine is a hands-on physiotherapist who has completed APPI Pilates Matwork courses (Levels 1, 2 & 3), and frequently applies her extensive knowledge of Pilates techniques to the recovery from and prevention of injuries.

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Maddy joined the team at Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre after working and living in London, UK for the past 6 years. During this time, she worked in a variety of roles and has developed a broad range of experience in injury treatment.

Maddy has an interest in running, having competed as a sprinter at High School level in the USA. She also has previously played soccer in Canberra, and Tag Rugby in the UK.

Nowadays she enjoys distance running and hiking in the mountains around Canberra with her young family.

Declan Hoy-Maroney

Declan joined the team at Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in 2019 having completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Albury at Charles Sturt University in 2017.

Originally from a sheep farming family near Wangaratta in country Victoria, Declan love and talent for Australian Rules football has seen him working as a Physiotherapist in a number of locations.


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After a season in Darwin, Declan moved to Newcastle on NSW central coast but the opportunity to move closer to home and continue to develop his football interests has now brought him to Canberra.

Declan is particularly interested in sports and musculoskeletal injuries. Since graduating, Declan has completed Clinical Pilates, McKenzie Level 1 and Mulligan’s courses, as well as APA accredited courses for sports related injuries and rehabilitation.

Outside work, in addition to his football Declan participates in a range of activities including running and snow sports.

Hilary Bridgen
Massage Therapist

Hilary initially gained Cert IV in Remedial Massage in 2002, which she then followed with a Diploma specialising in Sports Massage in 2006.

Hilary is very enthusiastic about assisting people with massage to aid recovery, post-injury rehabilitation, pain relief and stress-related muscular tension.

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Hilary utilises many Massage techniques including Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Transverse Frictions, Effleurage, and specific Relaxation and Pregnancy Massage methods.

Hilary is a member of the ATMS and has a Provider Number recognised by most health funds. Hilary is very enthusiastic about assisting people with massage to aid recovery, rehabilitation and stress-related muscular tension.

Prior to joining Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in 2014, Hilary has worked in the Spa industry, Physiotherapy and chiropractic clinics, first class hotels, and with Australian State, National and International sports teams including Rugby, NRL, Cricket and Netball.

Hilary also has a passion for tennis and competes regularly as a grade competition and state player.

Sophie Stanwell
Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist

Sophie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and also an Accredited Sports Dietitian with experience applying nutrition therapy to medical nutrition-related conditions and sports nutrition.

Sophie provides nutrition servicing for a wide range of clients from elite athletes to weekend warriors and for those wanting to take their first steps towards better health.

 Sophie`s experience in clinical nutrition includes: 

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weight loss, diabetes, cardiovascular health, IBS and bowel issues, female and menstrual health, food intolerances and disordered eating.

Originally from Newcastle, NSW, Sophie uses practical and realistic nutrition advice to help her clients achieve long-term behaviour change that is both easy to implement and sustainable.

Sophie works broadly across many domains of sports nutrition including improving energy levels, fuelling and recovery for exercise, preparation for specific events, and competition nutrition plans.

She also has special interests in disordered eating in sports, injury recovery, iron-deficiency, vegetarian diet planning and reduced energy deficiency in sport (RED-S). She currently provides nutrition services to the Australian Volleyball Academy in Canberra and to the Australian Cross Country Ski team.

Outside of her professional career, Sophie competes in Track & Field in 200m in ACT and nationally. She is also an enthusiastic cook and enjoys sharing her cooking tips with clients. 

Liz Charlton
Positive Motion Physiotherapy, Director

Liz is the principal physiotherapist and director of Positive Motion PhysiotherapyShe is passionate about providing a holistic approach to recovery and has a particular interest in exercise prescription and rehabilitation. Liz completed her physiotherapy qualification at the University of Queensland.

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After completing her Level 1 training in Lymphoedema Management and ‘lymphoedema apprenticeship’ through facilities including the ACT Calvary Lymphoedema Service, she started her own private lymphoedema service in 2009, and hence Positive Motion Physiotherapy was created.

Positive Motion Physiotherapy has grown as a business thanks to a wide referral base of specialists and patient word-of-mouth! Liz’s interest in exercise as a management strategy for recovery was further enhanced through her involvement in a research study through the University of Canberra, with results published in 2013 (Cornie, P, Pumpa, K., Galvao, A., Turner, E. et al., Journal of Cancer Survivorship vol. 7 (2), June 2013).

In 2011-12 Liz developed an evidence-based weights-training class designed to improve function and quality of life for those who are at risk of, or who had developed, upper limb lymphoedema. Liz has only just taken over Lymphedonna from Vicki Spanring, breast cancer survivor and thriver! She is now thrilled to be distributing the beautiful LympheDivas sleeves in Australia. It can be challenging for people to wear compression garments so anything that makes it more ‘fun’ just makes sense!

As members of the Australasian Lymphology Association, the treatment team at Positive Motion Physiotherapy are committed to providing a high level of evidence-based patient care.

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