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Hydrotherapy
Regaining Mobility
Real Time Ultrasound
Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Injury Recovery
Kinesio Taping
​Men's Health
Women's Health

Back Pain
Shoulder pain
​Neck Pain​
Wrist pain

Peak Performance Sports Physiotherapy
Phone: 07 4639 4249
Willows Health and Lifestyle Centre
55-57 Kitchener Street​
Toowoomba Qld 4350

David Veal
APA Sports Physiotherapist
Toowoomba Grammar School 1st XV physiotherapist

Qualifications
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Sydney)
Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe)
Masters in Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe)
Certificate in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy (McKenzie Institute)
Dry Needling 

Areas of Interest
Sports injuries and especially adolescent sports injuries.
Tendinopathy.
Back and neck pain.
Rugby, swimming, cycling injuries 

Why I became a Physiotherapist
To help people by reducing their pain & getting them back to activity & sport.

Something else about me
Love spending time with my family & friends,  cycling & playing tennis. Coffee…

Casey McIntosh
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM)
APA Sports Physiotherapist
APA Musculoskeletal physiotherapist
Deputy Chair of the Sports Physiotherapy Australia Queensland Branch

Qualifications
Bachelor of Human Movement studies Exercise Science (UQ)
Master of Physiotherapy studies (UQ)
Master of Sports and Muscoloskeletal physiotherapy (Griffith)
ASCA level 1 strength and conditioning coach

Areas of Interest
Lower limb injuries and rehabilitation for return to sport

Why I became a Physiotherapist
Like many physios I got into the profession from first hand 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”.

Something else about me
I love spending time with my family, holidays at the beach and yoga. I am a member of the Sports Physiotherapy Australia Queensland Branch as I believe it is important to give back to the profession in order to help it grow.

Scott Weber
APA Sports And Exercise Physiotherapist
APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM)
Team physio for the Downlands 1st XV Rugby Program​
Team physio for the Toowoomba Mountaineers QBL Basketball Program 

Qualifications
Bachelor of Applied Science – Human Movement Studies in the Field of Exercise Physiology (UQ)
Master of Physiotherapy Studies (UQ)
​Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy (Griffith)

Areas of Interest
Ankle and foot injuries, sports coverage and lower limb injuries

Why I became a Physiotherapist
Like a lot of physios, I spent many hours on receiving end of the physios thumbs and elbows rehabilitating from multiple ankle injuries and a subsequent ankle stabilisation surgery. This really made me want to be able to help people recover from their injuries having experienced the pain and frustration of the process first hand.

Something else about me
I am a massive rev head and travel a lot around the country watching the Supercars.

Scott Weber

Scott Weber

Casey McIntosh

Casey McIntosh

David Veal

David Veal

Managing Partners

Peak Performance Sports Physiotherapy
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