Cameron Reid, BSc (Hons), DO

Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) - about usCameron read Human Biology at the University of Surrey, graduating in 1982. In his third year he elected to spend a year studying ergonomics at the Technical Institute, Zurich, with Professor Grandjean, a pioneer in ergonomics.

He returned to Switzerland for one more year after graduating and won a scholarship to study Osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy (BSO), London, qualifying in 1986. Cameron stayed on at the BSO as a Clinical Tutor for 18 months while working in London in an Osteopathic Clinic.

His professional interests are manual therapy - bridging the gap between treatment, functional rehabilitation and return to work - and sports injuries. He divides his time between clinic work, and teaching accredited courses and seminars to manual therapists, physiotherapists and sports therapists.

Cameron is has worked with the physiotherapy department at the Royal Ballet Convent Garden, the English Institute of Sport Bisham Abbey, Tottenham Hotspur FC, Norwich City FC and Leinster RFC. He has had articles published in Sports Injury Bulletin, Massage World, Embody, International Therapist and Natural Health Magazine.

Cameron is an Associate Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, teaching osteopathic techniques to undergraduate physiotherapists. He has been Osteopath to Norwich City FC since 1999 and is a committee member for the Sports Therapy Organisation.

Cameron runs FHT accredited courses in Advanced Soft Tissue, Articulation Techniques for Massage Therapist, How to Treat Sports Injuries, How to Treat Neck Pain and How to Treat Lower Back Pain (for more information, visit fht.org.uk/accreditation)