The Fit Lab’s Allied Health Centre is home to some of the most experienced physiotherapists in Toowoomba.
Our team of qualified male and female physios have worked with thousands of clients assisting with the treatment, management and physical rehabilitation of many types of injuries and mobility issues.
Bulk-billing is available for eligible clients.
Discounted Rates Are Available For All Current Fit Lab Memberships!
At The Fit Lab Toowoomba’s
Allied Health & Rehabilitation Unit
Sports Injury Rehab
Our expert physio team works in conjunction with Coaches, Sports Trainers, Athletic Trainers, Doctors with the aim of providing early diagnosis, treatment programs and Return-to-Play protocols.
Our aim is to ensure that every athlete has the best potential to return to the sport they love as early and safely as possible, continuing to be able to perform at the highest standard possible.
Long-Term Injury Rehab
Working with your team of Doctors or Allied Health Professionals, our physios approach is to ‘Build a Base’ to enable you to overcome your long-term injury. Often clients with longterm injuries have seen multiple providers over a number of years; not always resulting in successful outcomes.
Our goal is to work with you and your healthcare team to: identify biomechanical deficiencies which may not have been addressed and to establish how to overcome these and set you on your road to recovery with aprogressive and active program: Mobility: Flexibility: Stability: Strength
Our physiotherapists are experts in Post-Operative Mangagement and Rehabilition of:
→ Knee Surgery → Shoulder Surgery
→ Ankle Surgery → Neck Surgery
→ Hip Surgery → Lower Back Surgery
We offer achievable milestone-based active recovery programs; detailed programs based on each patient’s goals.
This involves access to gym, cardio, pool and on field rehabilitation.
Acute Injury Management
The key to the earliest possible favourable injury outcome is early diagnosis and management strategies. Whether it is a workplace injury, motor vehicle injury, sports-related injury, or an injury acquired around the home – the sooner an accurate professional diagnosis is provided, the sooner the correct treatment and rehabilitation plan can be instituted leading back to the path of wellness.
– 30 Minutes
Current Fit Lab Members
– 30 Minutes
Current Fit Lab Members
Physiotherapy Appointments That Can be Claimed Through Medicare Have No Out Of Pocket Expense
* Must have a GP Management Plan to be eligible for this discount
We offer funding under Medicare, NDIS, DVA & Private Health.
Contact us to discuss our NDIS pricing: (07) 4638 7645
“Will gave me practical advice to work in with my fitness program and he worked on me to start my pathway to pain-free health.”
Do I Need a Doctor’s Referral For Physiotherapy?
No, physiotherapists are classed as primary health care providers or first contact practitioners so a referral is not required for your Physiotherapist to assess and treat you.
However, if you are seeking rebateable allied health services through Medicare under the Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Medicare items then you will require a referral from your GP.
Is Physio Appropriate For My Condition?
Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that assesses, diagnoses, treats, and works to prevent injury and disability through physical means.
Physiotherapists are highly trained in the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics of the human body and use evidence based assessment and treatment techniques to overcome injury, pain and disability, acquired through accidents, sport, ageing or life-changing events.
Physiotherapy can help recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness, and increase mobility. A physiotherapist can also help you prevent further injury by listening to your needs and working with you to plan the most appropriate treatment for your condition, including setting goals and treatment outcomes.
Physiotherapy treatment is used for a variety of conditions including, but not limited to:
- Sport Injuries
- Spinal Pain
- Post-Operative Rehabilitation
- Joint or Bone Conditions
- Muscle or Tendon Injuries
- Department of Veteran Affairs
- High Performance Athlete Screening and Assessment
- Work Cover Queensland
- Running Assessment and Rehabilitation
What Should I Wear To My Physio Appointment?
You should wear appropriate clothing that is easy to be removed so the treatment area can be assessed comprehensively. You will be appropriately and modestly covered/draped if required, depending on the treatment area (eg: loose fitting active wear, shorts, singlets).
Please bring shoes if you have any running or foot -related issues.
Do I Need To Bring Anything When I See The Physio?
You could bring any X-Ray, MRI, Ultrasound, CT scans that you have and also any referral and insurance claim details if relevant (if you have been referred or on a claim).
How Many Physio Treatments Will I Need?
This will depend on your injury, your medical and physical condition, and what you need to return to your sport or individual goals.
Your Physiotherapist will be able to give you an idea of the number of visits and a likely time frame after your assessment.
Our Physios Have Proudly Served:
With Over 25 Years Experience,
You’re In Good Hands!
Qualified & Experienced
All of The Fit Lab Toowoomba’s physiotherapists are accredited by Australia’s top regulatory bodies:
We Accept All Major Health Funds
The Fit Lab’s Allied Health Rehabilitation Unit has a HICAPS terminal with EFTPOS for fast & convenient payment and claims.
Once your claim is authorised, simply pay the gap amount between our fee and the maximum rebate amount allowable from your health fund.
Speak to our Allied Health team for more information about payment options:
Allied Health /
Our standard hours of operation:
Shop 6 / 231 James Street
Toowoomba City QLD 4350
Access The Fit Lab via James Street
or Goggs Street.
Free Undercover Parking
The Fit Lab’s Rehabilitation Unit is located beside BCF on Level 2 of the Centrepoint on James Complex.
We have convenient undercover parking directly outside and all of our facilities are easily accessible with wheelchair access.
Request an Appointment
For more information about our physiotherapy services, contact The Fit Lab’s Allied Health Centre today:
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Bachelors of Physiotherapy
Australian Physiotherapy Association member (APAM)
Cameron joins the team with an extensive background in professional Rugby Union, including representing Queensland and The Australian Wallabies – playing as a prop! Following his retirement, Cameron has worked with The Australian Wallabies as a Physiotherapist and Queensland Reds Rugby Union Team, as both Head Physiotherapist and Scrum and Rugby Skills Coach!
Cameron has more than 25 years experience and has practiced out of multiple Physiotherapy Clinics!
We are excited to offer ALL Fit Lab members an exclusive discounted price.
Bachelors of Exercise Science
Masters of Physiotherapy
Since graduating in 2012, Felice has worked in both hospital and private practice settings, treating and rehabilitating acute and chronic injuries, including those with surgical intervention. She has been involved with rugby clubs performing triage, strapping and acute injury management including rehabilitation and has also travelled internationally as a treating physiotherapist for rugby.
Having participated in many sporting adventures and experiencing subsequent injuries, Felice realises the impact of an injury on an individual and the importance of an individualised rehabilitation program. These days, she likes to actively train and work on continuously improving movement with members at CrossFit Dux and Cultivar Health.
Felice’s unique background knowledge surrounding sport, exercise science and manual physiotherapy skills provides an insightful combination for movement improvement.
Bachelors of Physiotherapy
Post Graduate Certificate in Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning)
Australian Physiotherapy Association Member (APAM)
Strength & Conditioning Lv. (ASCA)
Will is a Physiotherapist and Level 1 Strength and Conditioning coach (ASCA) with a special interest in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. Will also has a post-graduate certificate in Exercise Science specialising in Strength and Conditioning from Edith Cowan University (ECU)
Originally from the Gold Coast, Will completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University in Townsville before moving to Toowoomba to work in the public sector. Will has extensive experience working with post-operative orthopaedic patients and musculoskeletal injuries, with a focus on return to play and rehabilitation.
Will has worked as the team Physiotherapist for Hockey Queensland during National Championships and with individual athletes across a range of sports including Basketball, Hockey, Rugby and Football.