About Our Clinic

Peak Sports Physiotherapy originated with the aim of providing the North East region with the highest-quality physiotherapy service available.
We are passionate about helping you achieve your goals and improving your quality of life. Whether it be reducing pain, restoring mobility or improving function; Peak Sports Physiotherapy will provide you with evidence-based treatment, education and rehabilitation to ensure you have a smooth and speedy recovery.

Peak Sports Physiotherapy strives to stay at the forefront of clinical research. We regularly undertake APA accredited Professional Development, so you can be confident that the diagnosis, treatment and advice you receive is industry best practise.

Meet Your Physiotherapists

Our team is APA accredited and frequently undertakes APA accredited Professional Development, so you can be confident that the diagnosis, treatment and advice you receive is industry best practise.

Todd Bird

My name is Todd Bird, I am a qualified Physiotherapist and the Director of Peak Sports Physiotherapy. I started Peak Sports Physiotherapy with the aim of providing the highest-quality physiotherapy service available to the North East community. My clinical interests cover all musculoskeletal and sporting injuries; however, I am particularly interested in lower limb rehabilitation and running-related injuries.

My qualifications include graduating from Charles Sturt University in 2010 and completing a graduate certificate in Sports Physiotherapy in 2015. After taking a break from study, I am now completing my Master of Sports Physiotherapy through Latrobe University. Outside of work, I love sport and keeping fit. Over the past few years, I have competed in triathlons at an elite level, and have recently returned to playing footy. I also love music and playing the guitar.

 

Todd Bird

My name is Todd Bird, I am a qualified Physiotherapist and the director of Peak Sports Physiotherapy. I started Peak Sports Physiotherapy with the aim of providing the highest-quality physiotherapy service available to the North East community. My clinical interests cover all musculoskeletal and sporting injuries; however, I am particularly interested in lower limb rehabilitation and running-related injuries.

My qualifications include graduating from Charles Sturt University in 2010 and completing a graduate certificate in Sports Physiotherapy in 2015. After taking a break from study, I am now completing my Master of Sports Physiotherapy through Latrobe University. Outside of work, I love sport and keeping fit. Over the past few years, I have competed in triathlons at an elite level, and have recently returned to playing footy. I also love music and playing the guitar.

 

Abby Rickard

After completing a Bachelor of Applied Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University Melbourne, Abby treated a variety of musculoskeletal injuries in Private Practice within inner-city Melbourne. Abby has now made the move back home to Wangaratta and is excited to help and support this growing community. Taking a holistic approach and tailoring treatment plans to each unique individual is at the forefront of Abby’s practice. She has a strong interest in using a combination of manual therapy, and exercise to improve the way people move in everyday life and sporting endeavours. This has led to her starting a Masters of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning) through Edith Cowan University, which she is currently completing. Outside of work, Abby enjoys any sport and outdoor activities, such as hiking, horse riding, and netball.

Abby Rickard

After completing a Bachelor of Applied Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University Melbourne, Abby treated a variety of musculoskeletal injuries in Private Practice within inner-city Melbourne. Abby has now made the move back home to Wangaratta and is excited to help and support this growing community. Taking a holistic approach and tailoring treatment plans to each unique individual is at the forefront of Abby’s practice. She has a strong interest in using a combination of manual therapy, and exercise to improve the way people move in everyday life and sporting endeavours. This has led to her starting a Masters of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning) through Edith Cowan University, which she is currently completing. Outside of work, Abby enjoys any sport and outdoor activities, such as hiking, horse riding, and netball.

Maddy Wright

Maddy is the newest member of our physio team. Maddy graduated in 2011 and has since worked in private practice treating a range of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. She has a strong interest in cycling including bike setup and is currently the travelling physio for Team Bridgelane Continental Cycling.  She spent a number of years riding for Specialised Women’s Racing Team and continues to race in the National Road Series. When she is not overseas with the team, training on the bike, or doing laundry, Maddy works in Wangaratta on Wednesdays and Fridays.

 

Maddy Wright

Maddy is the newest member of our physio team. Maddy graduated in 2011 and has since worked in private practice treating a range of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. She has a strong interest in cycling including bike setup and is currently the travelling physio for Team Bridgelane Continental Cycling.  She spent a number of years riding for Specialised Women’s Racing Team and continues to race in the National Road Series. When she is not overseas with the team, training on the bike, or doing laundry, Maddy works in Wangaratta on Wednesdays and Fridays.

 

PEAK SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY

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Wangaratta : 03 5721 4162

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