Maude Pelletier is an ‘APA Physiotherapist’ and practice 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 exercise, injury specific exercise prescription, joint replacement, and pre and post-op rehabilitation.
Maude has been consulting for over 14 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 is a certified instructor for the GLA:D (Osteoarthritis) program and is one of our senior GLA:D facilitators.
Maude enjoys fitness, skiing, fine food, wine and travel. Maude is fluent in French.
Leighton Marshall is an ‘APA Physiotherapist’ who completed his “Master of Physiotherapy Studies” at the Latrobe University, Melbourne. Leighton completed his Bachelor’s degree in “Athletic & Exercise Therapy” in his hometown, Victoria, BC, Canada.
After graduating, Leighton became certified as a Strength & Conditioning specialist and went on to work in private practice. Here, he treated many populations from youth clubs, police, fire and trades to elite athletes, both on and off the field or jobsite. He also studied concussion management and bracing, with a special focus on treating the shoulder.
Leighton has played almost every sport available including regular snowboarding, which he has adapted to surfing here on the Sunshine Coast. Although very active, this has led to a long list of injuries and missed sport or work, which is how he developed a passion and appreciation for physiotherapy.
Leighton believes that pain free movement is crucial for success and happiness. He has a strong desire to ensure clients walk away pain free along with an understanding of the cause of the problem, and how to prevent it from happening again.
Special interests include sports injuries, return to work management, concussion management, strength and conditioning, bracing, taping and post operative rehabilitation.
Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist
Felicity Broadbent is a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist, Sports Therapist and dry needling expert.
With 18 years experience, Felicity is a highly qualified and trained Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist who uses many techniques and skills to work with each client individually to achieve the ultimate outcome for their health.
She is a specialist in sports therapy and dry needling, and has worked with many elite sports people and teams in the past and present.
Felicity has the unique ability to simply assess a client’s physiology and know exactly what is wrong with the body and what is troubling them.
Her style is very unique and extremely effective in treating anything from minor aches and pains to severe injuries and migraines.
Felicity will work with you and make sure you understand what is going on with your body and how to use certain techniques to maintain your own optimal body health.
Matthew Hoffman is a Physiotherapist with experience in the assessment and treatment of a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries and neurological conditions. Originally from the Northern Territory, moved across to the Sunshine Coast in 2012 and completed his secondary studies at Noosa District State High School in Cooroy. Upon graduating from The University of Queensland in 2019 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honors) he hit the ground running, gaining extensive experience across a wide variety of fields in multiple locations throughout Queensland/Northern Territory.
Matt has worked in clinics located in Caloundra, Alexandra Headland, Bowen, Cairns, Groote Eylandt and throughout the Cape York Peninsula. Matt has worked in Private Practice settings with sporting team coverage (AFL/Netball/Crossfit/Rugby League), Aged Care, Mining/Occupational Health, NDIS community work and Indigenous Health.
Matt’s special interests include back/neck pain and takes particular interest in basketball and gym based injuries, as he has battled through quite a few himself.
In his spare time, Matt plays competitive basketball, goes fishing along the Noosa River and loves finding new cafes or breweries to try.
Christine is an accomplished physiotherapist with a wealth of experience in various settings. She completed a Bachelor of Human Movement Science at Central Queensland University and furthered her education with a Masters of Physiotherapy at Canberra University.
Her expertise extends from working in multiple private clinics in Melbourne to contributing her skills to her hometown clinic in Bundaberg. More recently, Christine has dedicated herself to aiding aged populations in aged care and community settings.
Beyond her professional accomplishments, Christine is deeply passionate about all things exercise and fitness. Her goal is to empower everyone to move well, ensuring they can maintain an active lifestyle for years to come.
She personally enjoys a diverse range of activities, from Crossfit to yoga, and she finds fulfillment in helping individuals overcome everyday aches, pains, and work-related injuries. Additionally, each winter, she embarks on an adventurous journey to Japan, where she works with acute snow sports injuries while enjoying her own passion for snowboarding.
Christine’s holistic approach to physiotherapy and her commitment to helping people reach their movement goals make her a valuable asset to our team at Noosa Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy. If you’re seeking a caring and knowledgeable physiotherapist, look no further. Schedule an appointment with Christine today and discover the benefits of her expertise and genuine dedication. Move towards a healthier and more active life under her guidance.