We combine traditional values and expertise, with up to date therapies to get you on the road to recovery.
The Peakhurst Physio team understands injuries can affect your ability to live life the way you want to. And that when you’re injured you’ll not only want our expertise, you’ll appreciate a little TLC too. People from all walks of life choose us to treat them. We aim to minimise their pain and get them physically functioning while supporting them every step of the way.
The Peakhurst Physio team has been caring for people for over 30 years.
One of the most rewarding things to us is the role we play in the St George Community. Call us sappy, but restoring people’s physical health is undeniably special. Our qualified team members are skilled at what they do. They’re also caring, empathetic, and dedicated to getting to know you and your story.
While we love to see you … we also like it when we don’t! We know that means, for now,
our treatment has helped you move and feel the way you want to.
When you trust us to treat you, you become part of our family.
You’re welcomed with a smile, assessed as a whole person, diagnosed, and treated with personalised therapy methods. We help you understand the causes and explain things in a way that’s easy to understand. Your therapy will fit with your lifestyle and help prevent reoccurrence. It’s complemented by a take-home care plan.
Our First Impressions team exists to provide you with a seamless patient experience.
They keep Peakhurst Physio running as smoothly as clockwork. You can count on them to greet you with a friendly smile and answer any questions you have.
Jo’s a mum of three young children and is married to Luke (Owner/Director of Peakhurst Physio). Her career experience as a business development manager in insurance and an office administrator at a local accounting firm means you’re in capable hands.
On the rare moments Jo isn’t taking the kids to school and sporting activities, you’ll find her at CrossFit Training – she especially enjoys weightlifting.
Jo has a hidden talent for baking and whips up a mean birthday cake. She’s been known to share a slice with the Peakhurst Physio family so keep your eyes peeled.
Brooke has a background as a hairdresser and make-up artist. Brooke has previously owned and operated her own salon. Working at Physio is a bit of a “slow down”.
Brooke grew up in and continues to live locally. Her two kids keep her super busy and she enjoys walking her fur baby when she has some (rare) free time.
Brooke is always up for a chat and a laugh. In fact it can be said she could talk under water.
Alex is studying a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) at UTS. Born and raised in Lugarno, he also works at United Taekwondo Australia at the South Hurstville dojang as their Assistant Branch Instructor.
Outside of work Alex loves his motorsport- anything with four wheels but especially Supercars and Formula One. He’s an avid Rabbitohs supporter in the NRL- up the Bunnies!
Bella’s studying a Bachelor of Art Theory / Master of Education majoring in PDHPE and Visual Arts at UNSW.
Customer service is her strong suit, with previous career experience at Ovolo Hotel, Woolloomooloo and Hurstville Aquatic Centre.
Outside of work Bella enjoys drawing and is a very talented contemporary dancer. A member of Dance Dr company since 2015, you won’t want to challenge her to a dance off.
Chloe is a local high school student currently studying for the HSC. Although our youngest team member Chloe has a wealth of experience, having worked in customer service for other local businesses.
Chloe is an avid netballer and Waterpolo player who has a thirst for knowledge. She is interested in studying Sports Science when she completes high school
Chloe has developed a talent for speed reading, hopefully we can put this to good use. She also has a pet turtle named Turdy
Cam is the newest addition to the Peakhurst physio team. As a recent graduate from the University of Otago, Cam is excited to extend his knowledge in all facets of physiotherapy. He has experience in the management of acute and chronic injuries within a sporting context.
Recently, Cam played professional cricket for Otago in New Zealand where he worked alongside the current head physiotherapist for the Sri Lankan cricket team. While competing as a professional cricketer, Cam trained at the High-Performance Sport Centre in New Zealand with elite strength and conditioning coaches. Cam now plays first grade cricket in Sydney and is an opening batter for Randwick-Petersham.
In his spare time, Cam enjoys being in nature and has a passion for photography, as well as song writing.
Luke is the owner/ director of Peakhurst Physio. He has over 18 years experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is especially experienced in sports injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, casting and fracture management. Luke has a particular interest in helping people reach their goals, whatever they may be.
Luke played rugby league as a junior and semi professional rugby union. He currently enjoys CrossFit training and social OzTag. Having had many knee, ankle and shoulder injuries, he understands what it takes to recover from injury.
He is quite the trivia buff – he has retained an abundance of trivia facts and is (still) waiting for the moment where this information will become useful.
Vicki is our Senior Physiotherapist. She has worked in private practice for over 5 years. With a special interest in neck, shoulder and arm injuries, she loves using her Dry Needling skills to treat patients. Vicki also has experience in sports physiotherapy and game day coverage.
Vicki has trained and performed as part of a Lion Dancing team for over 10 years. Nowadays, she stays fit by bouldering/rock climbing and whizzing around on her skateboard.
Secretly… Vicki really likes dad jokes. Be sure to share yours with her.
Remedial Massage therapist
Kim is our Remedial Massage therapist . With over 10 years experience, she worked extensively with professional rugby league players. Nowadays she loves to use those skills on mere mortals too!
Kim enjoys playing social OzTag and is a self confessed Newcastle Knight tragic. In her spare time Kim keeps her mind sharp as a tack with Sudoku, crosswords and trivia.