About Ergotonics

Formed to bring under one roof a number of skills and methods all with the united purpose of offering quality movement based healthcare, treatment and training.  Also to be a voice to spread up to date and exciting news and and resources.

Our aim is to grow a community of like minded people.

FOUNDER

Cameron Angus MSc MCSP MMACP

Cameron is renown for creating great ways to get people well through movement and positive attitude. His vast clinical, movement teacher, lecturing, cognitive and holistic experience has put him in a unique position.

A Clinical Specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 30 years experience, an international renown clinical teacher,lecturer and movement teacher. Trained as a fully certified studio pilates teacher and learning from the many schools and individuals in movement world, he now trains pilates and other movement related instructors himself at his own studio and around teh world. He teaches on Pilates on Tour as part of the Balanced Body faculty, other major training organisations and to the medical world. he taught on teh original Sports medicine post graduate course for doctors. Cameron has extensive experience in bodywork, performance (GB Triathlete) and rehabilitation. He has published research in rehabilitation.  Widely travelled as a sports and military physiotherapist he was the first British Triathlon physiotherapist. He has held Olympic posts, Officer Commanding Physiotherapy at Headley Court, and other Military Rehabilitation units in London and Edinburgh. His team established the MOD Amputee service and many award winning clinical pathways.  His operational service includes Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. These experiences prodoundly shaped him. Cameron now runs his own practice and Movement studio close to where he grew up in Stirling, Scotland and travels with his teaching. Camerons experience, knowledge and a positive approach create a unique blend to help professionals and clients foster their health and education needs.

Special Interests: 

  • Health through movement
  • Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
  • Neck and related symptoms including headaches
  • Shoulders
  • Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction
  • Health education and empowerment
  • Musicians health
  • The brain – its role in movement control and pain
  • Chronic Pain management