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Hydrotherapy
Regaining Mobility
Real Time Ultrasound
Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Injury Recovery
Rocktape
​Women and Men's Health
Exercise Physiology

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

Qualifications
Accredited Exercise Physiologist 

Areas of Interest
Hydrotherapy and rehabilitation - getting people moving to the best of their ability.

Why I became a Physiotherapist
To increase my knowledge and confidence in delivering exercises in my aqua aerobics classes. 

Something else about me
I was born in Toowoomba but grew up in Papua New Guinea. I have had a variety of jobs including working on a cattle property in northwest Queensland and summer camp in California.

Qualifications
Bachelor of Physiotherapy​

Areas of Interest
Sports, acute injuries​

Why I became a Physiotherapist
I always knew I wanted to work in health, and when the opportunity presented for me to study physio, I was sceptical but thought I’d give it a go. Since then I haven’t looked back, best decision I have made!​

Something else about me
If we’re after a fun fact: I’m a country girl who grew up on a property outside of Miles, QLD along with my seven siblings.If we’re after things I like to do in my free time: I like to stay active either at the gym or outside hiking, but I’m happiest when I’m playing board games.

Qualifications
UQ Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)

Areas of Interest
I enjoy treating a range of injuries, the variety available in private practice is why I love working at Peak. 

Why I became a Physiotherapist
I have always been interested in the medical field as I enjoy the problem-solving aspect and the close relationship we can build with patients. I am proud to be part of a profession that is constantly evolving with new research for better approaches to treatment, and the outcomes we achieve working alongside other health professionals.

Something else about me
I love the beach (biggest thing I miss since living in Toowoomba) and have a big boxer called Hamish who, like me, loves sitting too close to the heater in Toowoomba winters.

Qualifications
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU – Orange, NSW)

Areas of Interest
I have always been interested in Women’s Health, however since becoming a mother myself this has heightened as we can really make a huge difference to women’s quality of life. I am also interested in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic rehabilitation. 

Why I became a Physiotherapist
I have always loved playing sport and being active. I wanted to help people to be able to improve their quality of life and return to the activities they love and enjoy, whatever that may be! 

Something else about me
I come from a property in Warialda, NSW and love to get back to the farm and see my family when I can. I have 2 young children that keep me busy most days!

Ellen will be on maternity Leave from August 2021

Qualifications
Bachelor of Science (Hons I in Human Anatomy)
Masters of Physiotherapy Studies (The University of Queensland)

Areas of Interest
Any acute limb as you can usually see a lot of change quickly with good management. However, I have a personal interest in shoulder, neck and knee injuries from having had my own significant injuries in these areas. I also enjoy covering sports as you get to watch something interesting, as well as it gets the heart going if there is an injury.

Why I became a Physiotherapist
As an active teenager I found myself regularly needing physio for various niggles and developed an awareness of the impact that a good physio can have on someone’s recovery and return to their chosen activity.  I also grew up in a family of pharmacists and have always had an interest in healthcare.  Being very keen on my sport, in particular rugby union, Physiotherapy ticked all the boxes.

Something else about me
After I graduated, I worked in Darwin for 2 years in a large sports-based practice which allowed me to see some parts of the country I would never have considered traveling too.  My wife and I returned to Brisbane to start a family, prior to moving to Toowoomba in 2017. We now have two very active little girls.   

I have worked extensively with men’s and women’s rugby union and rugby 7’s, AFL and I have covered at master's games working across a number of different sports. My preference is contact sports because that’s what I grew up playing and I am still an avid fan.

Qualifications
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (UQ)

Areas of Interest
My two main areas of interest are rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery and management of adolescent sports injuries.

Why I became a Physiotherapist
After playing a lot of sport from a young age and suffering my share of injuries along the way, the physiotherapy profession appealed to me. I liked the idea of being able to help make people better so they could get back to doing what they enjoyed sooner.​

Something else about me
I have lived in Toowoomba for 13 years and I am the current president of Red Lion Hockey Club here in town.

Suzzanne Thurlow

Katie Gale

Isabelle Harris

Ellen Gordon

Seamus Delahunty

Peter Langford

Suzzanne Thurlow

Katie Gale

Isabelle Harris

Ellen Gordon

Seamus Delahunty

Peter Langford

Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists

Peak Performance Sports Physiotherapy
Peak Performance Sports Physiotherapy