Whether you need to visit a physiotherapist, kinesiologist, massage therapist, podiatrist or registered dietician, Physiotherapy Shediac and Cap-Pelé Physiotherapy work collaboratively to provide you with optimal rehabilitation treatments designed to soothe and heal your musculoskeletal pain and injuries. Click on an image of a staff member to read his or her bio.
Véronik Belliveau, Physiotherapist
Our Mission Statement
At Physiotherapy Shediac, it is our mission to consistently provide evidence-based physiotherapy treatments that will help our clients regain their quality of life by both decreasing pain and increasing function.
Denise Leger, Physiotherapist
Born and raised in Shediac, Denise is the owner of Physiotherapy Shediac and Cap-Pelé Physiotherapy.
She opened the office in 1991 after earning her pre-medical diploma from the University of Moncton and her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Laval University in Quebec. Denise’s degrees and certifications include: Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie method), Global Postural Re-education, and Acupuncture (through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute). Denise is a Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP) provider, has training in Functional Assessment Evaluation, and also is certified in concussion management. She specializes in chronic pain.
A fan of running, working out and reading, Denise completed a 220-hour yoga course and enjoys spending time with her family. She has a passion for reading and learning about how to help people with pain and is always advocating the benefits of exercise as pain medicine.
Véronik Belliveau, Physiotherapist
Véronik grew up in Dieppe and Fredericton before moving to Shediac. Since 2006, she has been working as a physiotherapist, and she came to work at Physiotherapy Shediac in 2010. Véronik earned her pre-medical diploma at the University of Moncton and a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Ottawa.
She is certified in vestibular rehabilitation and has training in the McKenzie technique. She also is certified in women's health, temporomandibular joint (TMJ), incontinence and various skeletal injuries.
Laurie Boisvert, Physiotherapist
Laurie hails from a small town in eastern New Brunswick called Aldouane and has worked with Physiotherapy Shediac for 18 years. He earned his pre-medical diploma at the University of Moncton and a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Laval University in Quebec.
Laurie has many years of practice experience with work-related injuries, sports injuries and various musculoskeletal injuries, Laurie especially enjoys spending time with his family. He stays busy watching his 2 girls play ringuette and volunteering for various sporting events.
Laurie is on the Board of the Shediac / Cap-Pelé Ringuette Association.
Elise Bouchard, Physiotherapist
Elise is a native of Jonquière, Quebec and has been a physiotherapist for 31 years. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Laval University in Quebec and has certifications in acupuncture, women’s health and lymphatic drainage.
In the hours when she’s not working at Cap-Pelé Physiotherapy, Elise enjoys an active lifestyle – she loves walking, biking and swimming.
Melissa David, Physiotherapist
Melissa David grew up in the Acadian Peninsula. She is a physiotherapist since 2019 and has been working with Physiotherapy Shediac since early 2021. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Moncton University before earning her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from Montreal University.
A native of Shediac, New Brunswick, Veronique has worked at Physiotherapy Shediac since autumn 2018.
Christine Mazerolle, RMT
A registered massage therapist, Christine was born in Barachois, NB and has been with Physiotherapy Shediac for the past 2 years. In 2013, Christine earned her diploma in Massage Therapy from the Collège Atlantique de Massage Thérapeutique in Dieppe, NB and is certified in Mobility Tape Pro levels 1 and 2, Myofascial Integration levels 1 and 2, and Cranial Sacral Therapy.
Christine enjoys spending time outdoors and loves going on adventures. She also loves to stay home and relax with her family.
“I love my line of work because I get to meet a lot of new people and most importantly, help them on their road to a healthier life!” Christine shared. “I look forward to meeting new clients at Physio Shediac.”
Lise Aucoin, Administration
Lise has worked in administration for Physiotherapy Shediac since 1991. Lise’s favourite thing about working here is being a part of the “professional, innovative, future-thinking” staff.
Suzanne Petitpas, Administration
Employed at Physiotherapy Shediac since 2008, Suzanne works as an administrator. Suzanne enjoys working in our “dynamic, pleasant, friendly atmosphere,” she says.
Randi Nicholson-Aucoin, Administration
Randi has assisted the Physiotherapy Shediac staff as an administrator since 2016. Randi strives to provide a “calm, inviting and positive” environment for patients here.