Kylie Perry

Hi, I'm Kylie

I grew up in the Riverina region, spending my youth in Temora, Harden and Junee. I achieved my Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney, graduating with Distinction in 2001. My interest in acute and sports injury management had me return to university to complete my Master of Sports Physiotherapy in 2007 and I was awarded the NSW institute of Sport Prize for my course.


I have developed a passion for prevention and management of persistent pain. This led me to join the Pain Revolution as a Local Pain Educator for the Murrumbidgee region and complete a Professional Certificate in Pain Science at the University of South Australia in 2018. My goal is to assist people living with pain to develop the skills and knowledge they

need to allow them to live well.


I am a keen sportswoman, playing in local touch football, netball and basketball competitions since returning home to the Riverina. I am is a regular runner and swimmer and love to be fit and active in order to keep up with my beautiful, busy children.

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