About Cameron Reid
I studied Osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy now known as University College of Osteopathy graduating in 1986. To maintain my registration with the General Osteopathic Council (reg – 1086) I complete 30 hours of lectures and training a year. Prior to qualifying as an Osteopath, I read Human Biology at the University of Surrey. It was during that time that my interest in why some people suffered from spinal, and muscle related injuries and others did not. I was very lucky to spend a year working at the ETH-Zurich with Prof E Grandjean a world authority on Ergonomics. He wrote several books on how man’s working environment affected health. Once qualified I worked as an associate Osteopath in London for two years and then settled in Dereham, Norfolk in 1988.
In 2009 I was asked if I would teach on the BSc Sports Coaching Course at Easton – Otley College, Norwich. I taught the Anatomy and Physiology, and Prevention of Sports Injuries courses for three years. During that time I studied and achieved my Professional Teaching Diploma .
Since then I have taught at:
University of East Anglia
Royal Ballet Convent Garden
Tottenham Hotspur FC
Norwich City FC
University of Coventry
Institute of Sport – Bisham Abbey
Association Acupuncturists in Chartered Physiotherapy
Sports Therapy Organisation
Federation of Holistic Therapists
Holistic Health Show – NEC Birmingham
Pure Training and Development