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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

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 what made me choose to move on from aged care.

Why I became a Physiotherapist
I was always interested in the medical field and originally planned to do medicine but was accepted into physio and have loved it ever since. 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 regularly being published for better approaches to treatment, particularly with injuries that have previously only been treated surgically. 

Something else about me
I have moved to Toowoomba from Brisbane this year and am enjoying getting to know the area.

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 an 18 month old daughter who keeps me busy most days!

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 neck, shoulder 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 and 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. Having grown up in a family of pharmacists, I have always had an interest in healthcare and being very keen on my sport, in particular rugby union and more recently, rugby 7’s, 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 before returning to Brisbane for a year, prior to moving to Toowoomba in 2017. I have worked extensively with men’s and women’s rugby union and rugby 7’s, AFL and I have covered at masters 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.

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Katie Gale

Isabelle Harris

Ellen Gordon

Seamus Delahunty

Peter Langford

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Peak Performance Sports Physiotherapy
Peak Performance Sports Physiotherapy