APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist
APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist
Peter Hogg is an ‘APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist’ and co-principal of Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy. He has also held the position of Olympic Winter Institute of Australia Sports Physiotherapy Coordinator for over ten years. He is an accredited provider for Queensland Academy of Sport. Peter’s long standing history in elite winter sport includes team involvement at six Olympic campaigns, twelve world championships and more than 100 winter world cup events spanning over a 30 year physiotherapy career.
Peter has been a principal of Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy since 1988. Peter was also founder and owner of Thredbo Altitude Physiotherapy Centre from 1994 – 2012. In 2001-2002 he was the APA Accreditation officer in Queensland. Peter has also been head physiotherapist for Noosa Triathlon for over 23 years.
Peter consulted at the Sunshine Coast Shoulder Clinic for six years and other special interests include knee assessment and rehabilitation, shoulder assessment and rehabilitation, manual therapy of the spine including neck pain and headaches, tendinopathy conditions, exercise prescription for sports injuries and international physiotherapy student training.
Peter now works on a full time basis at ‘Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy’. Peter assists with ongoing regular elite winter sports physiotherapy coverage for the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWI) and the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) including upcoming winter Olympics.
Peter is an avid skier, surfer and photographer.
Maude Pelletier is an ‘APA Physiotherapist’ and co-principal of Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy. Maude has also trained with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Maude’s special interests include lumbo-pelvic assessment alignment assessment and treatment, shoulder rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, clinical Pilates and injury specific exercise presciption.
Maude has been consulting for over 10 years including a wide range of experience in hospital, rehabilitation and private practice. Maude has completed the most recent and advanced APA courses regarding the lumbo-pelvic region.
Maude enjoys fitness, skiing, fine food, wine and travel. Maude is fluent in French.
James Hunter is an ‘APA Physiotherapist’ and is also trained in dry needling. He has consulted predominantly in London for over 10 years within hospital and private practice establishments before joining the Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy team in 2010. He also consulted with the Hove Rugby Club in UK.
James has special interests in acupuncture and dry needling, the osteoarthritic knee, manual therapy for the spine, sports injuries and shoulder rehabilitation.
James enjoys spending quality time with his family and also camping, cycling, surfing and scuba diving.
BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, Dip Phys Ed, AEP, ASpS2, FSMA, ESSAF
Ian is a an ESSA accredited exercise physiologist (AEP), a Level 2 sports scientist (ASpS2) and a Clinical and Sports Nutritionist with over 20 years experience in large multidisciplinary medical and health clinics in Melbourne. He provides clinical exercise physiology and sports and clinical nutrition services to individuals with a wide range of chronic conditions, through to elite athletes seeking advice on how to improve their sports performance or those with fatigue related conditions.
Ian has a special interest in assisting clients with cardio-metabolic conditions, optimising body composition, chronic fatigue and wellness programs.
Ian was most recently the sports nutritionist and sports science consultant to the Drapac Professional Cycling team, AFL Melbourne Demons Football Club, Tennis Australia’s National High Performance Academy, Senior Lecturer at RMIT University for 11 years, Victorian Institute of Sport and has he also provided sports science services to some of Australia’s elite skiers over many years. He is currently the sports scientist and nutritionist for the current world champion schoolboy Scotch College Rowing team in Melbourne. This centre provided multidisciplinary sports science and nutrition consulting to a wide range of high performance athletes from the Victorian and Australian Institute of Sport.
Ian was recently recognised by Exercise and Sports Science Australia (REESA) as one of the “Top 25 Influencers in Exercise and Sports Science in Australia over the past 25 years” and he is a nationally awarded applied sports science and nutrition researcher. He is Fellow of Sports Medicine Australia (FSMA) and a Fellow of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSAF). He is currently a member of State Council (QLD) for Sports Medicine Australia.
He is keen competitive and recreational snow skier and an active lifesaver at the Sunshine Beach SLSC. He keeps fit by jogging, swimming, cycling, surfing and weight training.
Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Tim Glazebrook is a titled ‘Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist’. He completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne in 2010 and has since completed his Masters in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. During this time, Tim has worked at a large private sports clinic and hospital in Adelaide, consulting to an array of patients ranging from Olympic athletes and complex chronic pain sufferers to those returning to daily function after surgical procedures.
In an athletic population, Tim is especially interested in neuromuscular retraining with a view to preventing lower limb injury. He also enjoys working with runners and cyclists to correct biomechanics that may be causing pain or hindering performance.
Tim also has significant experience in post operative rehabilitation of both the upper and lower limb, and particularly enjoys managing chronic pain sufferers, especially those with headache. He has trained in Dry-Needling and Pilates, and enjoys using directed exercise as a means of encouraging self-management.
Away from work, Tim spends a lot of time playing Touch football and currently represents Queensland and Australia.
Helen Swift is an ‘APA Physiotherapist’ and member of the Lymphoedema Association of Queensland. She has experience within hospitals and private practice and was working in Edinburgh, Scotland before relocating to Noosa and joining the NSSPC team in 2015.
Helen is an accredited lymphoedema therapist and has special interests in women’s health, pre & post-natal care, pelvic pain syndromes, incontinence assessment and treatment, real-time ultrasound training and lumbopelvic stabilisation. Helen is also trained in dry needling and is an advanced clinical Pilates instructor.
Helen enjoys being outdoors with her dog, cooking, traveling and gardening.
Soft Tissue Therapist
Bec Mills is an innovative and passionate Soft Tissue Therapists with qualifications in Remedial and Sports Massage, Pilates and Dry Needling. Bec is also a nationally accredited member of the Australian Association of Massage Therapists and is studying exercise science at USC.
For the past 10 years Bec has been working with people from all walks of life suffering from various injuries, illnesses and debilitating conditions. Bec’s speciality areas include neck, back and hip dysfunction and chronic pain management.
Bec has extensive experience with various professional athletes from international, national and state sporting teams both in the clinic and on event day. These athletes are members of; Australian Water Polo, Australian Women’s Bobsledding, Australian Women’s Cricket, Australian Swimming, Australian Triathlon, Australian Rugby League, Australian-Pacific Goal Ball, Australian Institute of Sport Men’s Cricket, NZ Women’s Netball, World Cup Rugby Teams, QLD Roar F.C
Elysia Klaes has completed a B. Sci (Environmental & Medical), a Diploma and Certificate IV in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching.
Ely has joined the Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy team and adds to the dynamic approach of Pilates within the practice. Her passion for movement and health using Pilates allows for unique personalised program design.
Ely enjoys snow sports and fitness.