Meet Our Staff!
Brodie Pack, MPT
Brodie Pack, Owner and Physical Therapist for Pack Physical Therapy, attained his Master’s Degree from the Texas Woman’s University School of Physical Therapy (Houston, Texas) in 2000. He received his Bachelor’s degree in 1997 from Brigham Young University. Not only is Brodie an experienced physical therapist who has been involved in outpatient sports medicine and orthopedics for over a decade, he also has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1997.
Brodie has extensive experience and training using various manual skills such as high velocity low amplitude thrust (HVLA) techniques to help restore his patients back to their full potential. These skills have been acquired by his time spent working side by side with chiropractors; completing a one year manual orthopedics course ( instructor-Michael Miller, MPT, OCS); and in May of 2010 completed two courses in HVLA techniques for the cervical and lumbar spine (instructors-Peter Gibbons, Diploma of Osteopathy and Physiotherapy and Philip Tehan, Diploma in Osteopathy).
Brodie is a dedicated husband and father of five children, he and his family reside in the community of Rancho Santa Margarita. His interests include road and mountain biking, nutrition, personal fitness, as well as training and competing in triathlons.
Laura J. Marley, MPT
Laura earned her Bachelors in Biophysiology, Minor in Chemistry from Cal State University Long Beach in 2009 and completed her Masters in Physical Therapy from CSULB in 2011. After completing her internships at various settings, Laura has been practicing as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist.
A dancer since the age of 4 and an instructor since the age of 15, Laura has over 25 years of dance experience. She trained with ballet instructors from Russia, Italy, Bulgaria, and the USA. Laura was a principle dancer in the Junior Ballet Company, Golden State Chamber Ballet, and competed on the Capo Valley High School Varsity Dance Team and Songleading Team. During her undergrad, Laura competed on the award winning Cal State University Long Beach Dance Team. A dance injury, at the age of fifteen, lead her into the world of physical therapy.
Laura has recently completed a kinesiology taping course from Medical Minds in Motion (instructor Rick Daigle PT, DPT) and is a FMT Level 1 Certified Rocktape Provider.
In her free time Laura enjoys dancing, yoga, snowboarding, spending time with her family and friends and being active. Laura also is an instructor at Xtreme Dance Center in Foothill Ranch and teaches injury prevention classes and strength and flexibility classes at dance studios and dance programs in the Orange County area.
Madison graduated from the University of La Verne in 2005 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Movement and Sports Science. While attending La Verne Madison was a 4 year member of their nationally ranked volleyball team. In her 4 years, the team finished within the top 4 in the nation each year and made it to the Division III National Championship in 2004.
After graduation Madison coached Varsity volleyball at Bonita High School in La Verne, CA for a couple seasons and led the team to C.I.F. in each season. After that she worked as a Fitness Coach for Seniors; this included teaching a variety of classes and exercises regimens and working one on one with members with different disabilities.
Madison still continues to play volleyball whenever possible and has taken up playing co-ed softball a couple nights a week.
Chelsea Alcantara, Front Desk
Chelsea earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Science from Cal State Fullerton in May 2013 and is a Certified Health Education Specialist. After volunteering at CHOC in Orange, CA and drawing from personal experience Chelsea focused her educational and professional goals to direct patient care. She has found a love for the medical field and enjoys helping people in the physical therapy environment. Chelsea has always been involved in athletics. Beginning at the age of five Chelsea was dancing competitively and playing soccer. She was highly active until sustaining a knee injury and undergoing three knee surgeries. Following an ACL repair and meniscus removal Chelsea did physical therapy for 3 years herself. While in college Chelsea coached a variety of recreational sports to children ages 3 years to 12 years old as a Community Service Leader with the City of Irvine. Chelsea currently coaches recreational soccer teams in Laguna Niguel for her younger siblings.
During her free time, Chelsea enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling and staying active by hiking, playing soccer, or doing pilates.