Casey McIntosh - Physiotherapist
  • Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM)
  • APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist
  • APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist 


  • Bachelor of Human Movement Studies Exercise Science (UQ)
  • Master of Physiotherapy Studies (UQ)
  • Master of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (Griffith) 

Areas of Interest 

Lower limb injuries and rehabilitation for return to sport, including post-partum. I also love to integrate yoga into my rehabilitation after completing not 1 but 2 yoga teacher trainings. Mainly I love using the art and science of physiotherapy to help people return to moving their bodies in the way that works for them.  

Why I became a Physiotherapist 

Like many physios, I got into the profession from firsthand experience of being injured. I tore the ACL in my right knee when playing netball when I was 15 and spent a lot of time at the physio and decided then that it was what I wanted to do when “I grow up”. More recently I tore the meniscus in my knee and it has been quite humbling to be back on the patient side again. 

Something else about me 

I love spending time with my family, especially our camping holidays at the beach. I absolutely love and doing yoga and resistance training in the gym so that I can keep up with the kids.