Kylie-Anne COSENTINO matt
Kylie-Anne Cosentino has worked as a Physiotherapist, accredited Exercise Physiologist, and as a Clinical Rehabilitation Consultant fulfilling health, exercise and fitness roles for over fifteen years. She believes strongly in the benefit of exercise prescription as a form of rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Kylie-Anne was a professional dancer for many years, and has expertise in dance injuries and biomechanics.
Kylie-Anne provides Dance Physiotherapy at Sports Physio South, including musculoskeletal screening services and Pre-Pointe Assessments.
Kylie-Anne has excellent assessment skills, and uses manual therapy techniques, dry needling, exercise therapy and activity / workplace advice to get the best outcome for her patients.
Utilising her combined physiotherapy and exercise physiology background Kylie-Anne has a passion for working holistically with conditions that require a consistent treatment approach such as chronic spinal pain, difficult hip pathology, tendinopathies, headaches, sports injuries and neurological conditions.
Kylie-Anne is currently undertaking further study to become a Titled APA Sports Physiotherapist & has already completed her Level 2 training. Until recently she worked under her maiden name Kylie-Anne Sadni.
Bachelor of Exercise Science (Wollongong University)
Master of Clinical Rehabilitation (Flinders University Adelaide)
Master Physiotherapy (University of Sydney)
MAPA – Member Australian Physiotherapy Association