Marie-Noëlle Falardeau PT has practiced professionally across the globe and in a wide variety of medical settings. Through this range of settings and locations, Marie-Noëlle has gained valuable insights into a variety of medical systems, allowing her to "think outside the box” and bring unique perspectives to the evaluation and planning of her patients’ care.
Marie-Noëlle Falardeau graduated in 1978 from the University of Montreal, Canada, with a B.Sc. in Physical Therapy. She completed four months of post-graduate study at the University of Adelaide, Australia, from which she received a Certificate in Manipulative Therapy based on the Maitland approach.
Clinical experience incudes:
5 years in Montreal working in hospitals as well as managing a private practice
1 year in Switzerland working in a private clinic specializing in hand rehabilitation
1 year in Australia working in her own private clinic
Two decades in New York City, managing her private practice
Beside clinical work, Marie-Noëlle has worked as an Anatomy Laboratory teaching assistant at Long Island University, in Brooklyn
An extensive list of post-graduate seminars and courses has helped Marie-Noëlle to introduce a broad variety of techniques into her practice. She is currently exploring the neuroscientific connections between the brain and pain, and is finding ways to apply these discoveries to her practice.
Marie-Noëlle’s post-graduate courses include:
Peripheral and Spinal Joint Mobilization
Neural System Mobilization
Alexander Technique and Feldenkrais Technique principles