Our Practitioners

The osteopaths at Thornbury Village Osteopathy have a range of specialties. Thornbury Village Osteopathy has a wide referral network comprising of massage therapists, sports medicine doctors, GPs, radiology clinics, and orthopaedic specialists. We are also approved agents for Workcover, TAC, Enhanced Primary Care (via Medicare), DVA and are covered for rebate under the ancillary or extras cover of most major private health insurers.

Dr Bruce Cameron

B.Sc.(ClinSci), M.H.Sc.(Osteo.), M.A.O.A.

Dr Bruce Cameron
Bruce has worked at Victoria University for over 8 years. He supervises the final year osteopathic students to refine their skills before graduating. He has worked with the North Heidelberg football club for the last 2 seasons to improve their on-field conditioning. Bruce graduated from Victoria University in 1998 and is the practice principal at Thornbury Village Osteopathy, having started the clinic in 2001. A local of the inner north for many years, Bruce believes in providing an osteopathic treatment that is centred on the individual. All patient visits are tailored to the needs of the individual using a combination of osteopathic techniques. Bruce is a full member of the Australian Osteopathic Association.

Dr Jeffrey Wilson

B.Sc.(ClinSci), M.H.Sc.(Osteo.), M.A.O.A.
Dr Jeff Wilson
Jeff enjoys an active lifestyle and believes in the benefits of activity for each person he treats. Jeff appreciates the body’s ability to heal itself and is enthusiastic in his role in aiding the body to reach peak health. He aims to assist each patient with osteopathic treatment, exercise prescription and postural advice. Jeff has played competition cricket since he was a teenager and enjoys the process of rehabilitating sporting injuries. Jeff is a full member of the Australian Osteopathic Association.


Dr Ramsay Willmott

B.Sc.(ClinSci), M.H.Sc.(Osteo.), M.A.O.A.
Dr Ramsay Willmot
Ramsay joined the team at Thornbury Village Osteopathic Clinic in 2011. He is a firm believer in the notion that “the body is a unit”. His treatment is directed not only to symptomatic areas, but also to adjacent areas of the body that may be contributing to his patient’s symptoms.

He has a keen interest in sport rehabilitation, having played high-level sport throughout his life.

Ramsay enjoys his role as a Sessional Lecturer within the Osteopathic course at Victoria University and he also runs an Ergonomic consulting business, WorkplaceOsteo.

Ramsay is a full member of Osteopathy Australia.

Dr Jessica McCallum (Osteopath)

B.Sc (Clin.Sc), M.H.Sc (Osteopathy)

Dr Jessica McCallumJess has over four years experience working with the Heidelberg Football Club, specialising in treating and managing acute injuries and guiding players through rehabilitation to enhance their strength and mobility. Her time with the club has refined her skills in sports rehabilitation, underlining the vital importance of exercise and strengthening, in addressing all types of injuries.

Inspired by a fundamental osteopathic principle—that the body possesses inherent self-healing capabilities—Jess adopts a hands-on approach in her treatment methods.

She not only administers therapeutic care but also empowers patients with the necessary knowledge to cultivate a well-rounded and healthy lifestyle, thereby diminishing the risk of pain, illness, or injury.

Jess values communication as an essential aspect of providing healthcare and is passionate about achieving each patient’s goals and desired outcomes.

Jess has acquired her Level 1 Myofascial Dry Needling and Cupping accreditation and has a keen interest in Clinical Pilates and will be completing her certification later this year.

Jessica is a full member of Osteopathy Australia.

Workplace Ergonomics

Osteopaths are qualified Workplace Ergonomics Assessors due to their deep understanding of biomechanics and knowledge of injury patterns that occur in the body.

Ergonomic assessments involve watching someone work, assessing and then optimising body position of the worker. Simple things like making appropriate adjustments to seat height and angles, desk height, monitor and keyboard/mouse positioning can make a huge difference in the strain put through the body over the course of a 40 hour work week.

To find out more about workplace ergonomic services recommended by Thornbury Village Osteopathic Clinic, please follow this link to the WorkplaceOsteo website.


In Australia, Osteopaths are statutorily registered practitioners and complete a five year, full-time university degree that includes a two-year Masters by research degree. They are trained in anatomy, physiology, pathology and general medical diagnosis in addition to Osteopathic technique.

All the osteopaths at Thornbury Village Osteopathy have a local referral network of GPs and radiology and imaging clinics.