MATT BOUDREAU – Physiotherapist

matt boudreau

Matt graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics and worked as a Kinesiologist in a rehab setting before returning to UBC and completing his Masters in Physiotherapy in 2014. Matt is passionate about continuous learning and is certified in dry needling, having taken courses in acupuncture through AFCI and completing his functional dry needling (IMS) certification through Kinetacore. He is also trained in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy and Mulligan Mobilisation with Movement techniques. Matt has also taken courses on pain science education, Functional Movement Screening (FMS), and Manual Therapy of Spinal conditions through Evidence in Motion. His plan is to continue pursuing his Doctorate of Physical Therapy with Evidence in Motion. Matt is a Clinical Skills Assistant with UBC’s Masters of Physiotherapy Program and enjoys teaching and mentoring students both in clinic and at UBC.

Matt grew up in North Delta and played minor and junior hockey there before playing in the BCHL and eventually finishing his hockey career at UBC in 2010. He has experience training and rehabilitating athletes of all levels in a variety of sports, including hockey, lacrosse, soccer, football, track, baseball, and cricket. Matt stays active on a daily basis by running, working out, hiking, snowboarding, and playing golf and hockey. He currently lives with his wife and two young daughters in Surrey. He is dedicated to the mantra that exercise is medicine and is passionate about helping people achieve their functional goals.