Anthea Cameron - Physiotherapy
Graduate of UBC (1990), B.Sc. in Physiotherapy. Anthea’s first job was working in the arthritis program at St. Mary’s Hospital. Gained experience in several private practice clinics in a wide variety of injuiries and chronic conditions ranging from acute work-related accidents and competitive sports injuries to systemic disorders. Anthea has completed many extensive post graduate courses in manual therapy and is now certified at the top level in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy through the Cdn. Physiotherapy Association. Presently practices at Aquatic Centre Physiotherapy in the West Vancouver aquatic facility. Also practices intramuscular stimulation (IMS), a modern form of acupuncture – a technique especially good for treating chronic and acute neuropathic pain and shortened muscle syndrome.
Jim Hemphill – Garden Tool Maintenance
Do you open your garden tool storage area in the spring to find a distressing collection of rusty trowels and dull garden spades? It does not have to be so. The second half of our program will feature Jim Hemphill, who will discuss and demonstrate proper maintenance of our garden tools. Jim is well known to the club membership in his many roles. A long time active member, he is also an Honourary Lifetime member, a past treasurer, the sommelier for our Special Events, an expert on the topic of gladioli and generally a great source of information.