Tracey Cameron



Kia Ora!

I grew up in Te Poi – a beautiful rural village nestled at the base of the Kaimai ranges. The land that my family was blessed to call home was bordered by Waiomou stream. As an older teen I was fortunate to form lots of fond memories here in Whangamatā. After finishing up at Matamata College, I headed south to study Physiotherapy at the University of Otago. Since graduating in 2012 I have always envisioned running my own practice. I am super excited and proud to see this dream come to life. I am trained in dry needling (a form of acupuncture), physio-led Pilates, functional medicine for physiotherapists and am currently training in manual lymphatic drainage with the Dr Vodder School. 

I have worked in a range of private practice clinics in Aotearoa and the UK, including here in Whangamatā and overseas in Norwich (England) and Edinburgh (Scotland). After visiting more than 20 countries around the world, Whangamatā remains my favourite place and I am so pleased to call this paradise home again.

have a fairly wide breadth of experience and my knowledge continues to grow. I remain passionate about working as a physiotherapist and continue to be a voice for my clients. Though I have experience working with famous musicians, dancers, celebrities and high performance athletes, I secretly enjoy treating ‘everyday people’ the most. Over the past five years I have developed a special interest in treating head injuries and fatigue-related conditions. I have found myself digging deeper to understand more about mild traumatic brain injuries and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).  Personal experience with both these conditions have likely sparked this interest.

When I am not working, you may find me out on an adventure exploring the Coromandel, or perhaps out surfing, swimming or jogging. Alternatively, I may be at home unapologetically doing nothing, cooking up some treats, sipping on wine, relaxing to music or playing my clarinet.

I look forward to meeting you and helping you get moving better soon!