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Physiotherapist and APA Sports Physiotherapist
David has a particular interest in sports injuries, injuries in adolescent's, hip and knee injuries, back and neck pain as well as swimming, running, hockey and rugby injuries. David received his physiotherapy degree from Sydney University.
Further study resulted in David gaining his Certificate in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy from the McKenzie Institute and a Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy at Latrobe University. David has also completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy.
David has been the regional physiotherapy provider for the Queensland Academy of Sport, Swimming Queensland, and Toowoomba Grammar School for 12 years. Professionally, David has been actively involved in Sports Medicine Australia and the Australian Physiotherapy Association, having convened the VI International Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference in July 2000.
Physiotherapist, APA Sports Physiotherapist, and APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Casey graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Movement Studies. After a few years of working in Gyms, she moved on to her Master of Physiotherapy Studies. Casey then made the move to Toowoomba and started with Downs Physiotherapy and Peak Performance in 2007. She has since completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and then came on board as a Director of the practice.
Casey has a keen interest in lower limb and sporting injuries. She also has a particular interest in knee injuries after personal experience with an ACL injury and subsequent surgery to her right knee. She is currently a physiotherapist for the Toowoomba Grammar School 1st XV. Casey has also worked with the USQ Rugby Club since 2007 providing physiotherapy triage and treatment at trainings. She has also worked with the South West Queensland Touch Football since 2007 providing treatment at representative carnivals.
Nadia graduated from the University of Queensland and returned to her home town of Toowoomba to work at Downs Physiotherapy shortly after. In 2008, Nadia spent almost a year in England working as a locum physiotherapist and gained much experience in the different settings and styles.
Apart from this, Nadia also gained an insatiable love of travelling as she explored much of Europe. On return home to Australia, Nadia re-joined the team at Downs Physiotherapy where she has been ever since.
Nadia maintains a broad interest in all physiotherapy areas, but has developed a particular interest in lymphedema and orthopaedics and also enjoy conducting pulmonary rehabilitation classes in conjunction with St Vincent's Hospital.
Physiotherapist, APA Sports And Exercise Physiotherapist, APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Scott graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies and followed this up with a Masters in Physiotherapy Studies, also at the UQ. Scott has also completed a Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith.
He has a specific interest in lower limb injuries particularly around the knee and ankle. These are injuries he knows firsthand from many years of playing basketball at a representative level. He has experienced the pain, frustration and hard work to return to sport that goes with significant injury after having an ankle reconstruction.
He has worked with athletes from a wide variety of disciplines within the clinic environment from international to recreational level. Scott is currently the team physiotherapist for the Downlands College 1st XV rugby. This position has required Scott to attend training and travel with the teams to games and on both domestic and international tours, so as to ensure adequate management of players.