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Peta Talbot (Gosbee)
APA Titled Sport and Exercise Physiotherapist
BAppSC (Ex&Sp.Sc), MPhty, MSptsPhty

With nearly 20 years experience as a Physiotherapist and with a background in Exercise and Sports Science, Peta Talbot is a titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist, having completed her Masters in 2016. She is at the forefront of the latest evidence-based management for a wide range of injuries and chronic pain conditions.

Peta has a special interest in the treatment of the spine and pelvis, as well as hip, groin and rib injuries. She has worked across several Sydney-based clinics including Sydney Stadium Sports Physiotherapy and a specialised spine and pelvis clinic, addressing both acute and complex chronic issues. She also spent time working within a womens health clinic, working in pre and post natal care, and complex rib cage and pelvic issues.

Peta has studied the treatment of the pelvis and thorax with world renowned Canadian physiotherpists Dianne Lee (ISM) and L.J.Lee (Connect Therapy); and has extensive training in pain sciences, muscle energy techniques, craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation. She has been involved in teaching professional development courses to other physiotherapists in the management of pelvic and spinal conditions. 

With her own background as an athlete, and as a mum herself, Peta has a keen interest in the education and development of exercise programs for women during pregnancy, for new mums keen to return to exercise safely, or for female athletes with pelvic floor issues. She has extensive experience in working to develop specific stability programs for a variety of sporting and non sporting issues,  assisting everyone from the elite athlete, to the "weekend warrior", to those looking to start from scratch.


Peta's strength lies in the ability to look at the bigger picture and treat the body as a whole, using the most up to date evidence based practice, while also intergrating a more holistic approach.  

She has worked with a large variety of sporting teams including junior AFL, rowing, athletics and soccer. She worked with NSW Gymnastics for 15 years and held the role as Physiotherapist for the NSW Elite Trampoline Squad for over 5 years. 

Outside of work Peta enjoys running around after her two young kids and exploring the local exercise trails.


  • Master of Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy – La Trobe University, 2016

  • MPhysio – Griffith University, 2003

  • BAppSc (Ex&Sp.Sc) – The University of Sydney, 2000

  •  Member Australian Physiotherapy Association, Sports Physiotherapy Aust. & Sports Medicine Aust.

  • Member Australian College of Physiotherapists

  • Visceral Manipulation Practitioner (Vm1-4, MASP, VMAT, UL Vasc, LT 1 & 2) 

  • Craniosacral Therapy (L1 & 2)

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