Mr Cameron Siandri, Physiotherapist

Mr Cameron Siandri BSc (Hon)

Physiotherapist

BSc (Hon)

Areas of expertise

  • Sporting shoulder
  • Knee rehabilitation
  • Tendinopathy rehabilitation
  • Post-operative hip, knee and shoulder
  • Manual therapy

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Ajai Seth, Musculoskeletal, Sport & Exercise Medicine

    Mr Cameron Siandri is a cricket expert and treats my shoulder and elbow sports injuries from overuse injuries.

  • byDr Ajai Seth, Musculoskeletal, Sport & Exercise Medicine

    Mr Cameron Siandri is a cricket expert and treats my shoulder and elbow sports injuries from overuse injuries.

  • Address

  • Pure Sports Medicine, Moorgate EC2A

    12 Finsbury Square, London, GB, EC2A 1AS

  • About Mr Cameron Siandri

    HCPC number: PH117499

    Year qualified: 2016

    Place of primary qualification: James Cook University

    Cameron is working as a Physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine London. His areas of clinical interest include sporting shoulder, knee rehabilitation, tendinopathy rehabilitation, symptom modification techniques, cognitive functional therapy (particularly throughout lower back and knee pain).

    He has an interest in sporting industry and also to provide evidence-based health care to each of his patients. He has strong desire to pursue professional goal of becoming a Sports Physiotherapist and achieving a Musculoskeletal Specialist qualification.

    Areas of expertise

    • Rehabilitation
    • Sports injuries
    • Injury prevention
    • Sports
    • Sporting shoulder
    • Knee rehabilitation
    • Tendinopathy rehabilitation
    • Symptom modification techniques
    • Cognitive functional therapy (particularly throughout lower back and knee pain)
    • Post-operative hip, knee and shoulder
    • Manual therapy

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    The primary symptom that they present with is some sort of pain or restriction in terms of range of motion. I deal a lot with the lower limb in the patients that I see, which would include a lot of knee pain, ankle pain, hip pain or any sort of discomfort with activities.

    The other common symptom would be any sort of hampering in function, if you like. For example, if they had problems with their range of motion or if they had problems with their strength, such as weaknesses.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    The main treatment that we provide is education. That's our primary tool that we like to use with our patients. Secondarily, we use therapeutic exercise prescription. We also provide hands-on treatments like massage, mobilization, soft tissue techniques.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    My keen interest in the physio world is particularly around the shoulder and the knee, looking particularly at the sporting population of younger people. Post-operative knee, hip and ankle surgery is also a keen interest of mine, as well as post-operative shoulder and lumbar spine. Another keen area of mine would tendinopathies.

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