Dean Braidotti graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy from the university of Western Sydney. Since then Dean has been working at Village Physiotherapy and has become a valued member of the team.
Dean has completed additional training in sports physiotherapy, dry needling and kinetic link training. This complements his extensive personal experience on the sporting field where he has experienced a lot of the situations athletes are placing in today. This means he has experienced the pressures your body is under firsthand. Dean has experience in baseball, rugby league, basketball, surfing, bodyboarding, swimming, mixed martial arts, golf and the common gym. He is also heavily involved in sports coverage for our local AFL sponsor the Shellharbour Suns. Covering premier league, reserves and women’s AFL.
Kinetic link training (KLT) mentioned above is a system of training that aims to create biomechanical balance and stability within ‘essential movements’ rather than isolating muscle groups such as chest and legs. Put simply humans need to be good at pushing something with their body, not contracting their pec muscle well. If you are the type of person who is constantly battling injury, tightness or just working hard in the gym with traditional isolation exercises only to see no improvement in your athletic performance. KLT could be the link you are missing.