MUSCULOSKELETAL (MSK) MEDICINE
INJURY, PAIN & OSTEOARTHRITIS
Want to get back to being active and doing what you love without being restricted by pain or a body that is not cooperating with you?
Are you tired of treatments that don’t seem to be working, cause significant side effects or are potentially harmful?
Dr Ken Cameron understands the complexity of pain and injury treatment and has 25 years’ experience specialising in Musculoskeletal (MSK) medicine and pain management to treat osteoarthritis, joint, tendon and ligament injuries.
He will work with you to identify the source of the problem and develop a plan to help treat the cause, not just the symptoms.
The treatments help to:
- improve injuries
- increase mobility
- promote healing
- reduce pain.
He offers a range of innovative, scientifically proven non-surgical treatments including PRP and prolotherapy.
With less pain and greater mobility, you can get back to being active and playing with your grand kids.
If you would like to start the healing journey, book in a consultation with Dr Ken Cameron today. Due to the complexity of appointments, please phone us so that we can allocate enough time to understand your needs.
Veteran health: We’re proud to assist our veterans. DVA Health Cards (Gold and White) are accepted as payment upon a GP referral.
We welcome DVA clients.
Frequently Asked Questions
MSK medicine aims to find and treat the source of pain or malfunction affecting the muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves and associated tissues. This can be targeted to one area or all over the body.
The pain can be mild to severe, acute (starts suddenly and intensely but for a shorter time) or chronic (pain that lasts longer than 3 to 6 months).
While each person’s needs and conditions are unique, below are some of the treatments that we may use to treat you.
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
- Mobilisation and exercises
- Perineural Injection Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Trigger point injections
- Steroid injections
- Nerve blocks
No referral is required to be treated by Dr Ken Cameron.