Kylie has completed a Medical Science and Physiotherapy Degree from the University of Sydney in 1999 and became a Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist in 2005 following her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. She is in her final year of PhD at the University of Canberra investigating the ‘Pathoanatomy of an elite swimmers’ shoulder’
Kylie has been working in High Performance Sport for 20 years originally in Sydney, followed by 10 years at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and currently for Swimming Australia. She has been Physiotherapist to the Australian Swimming Team for the past 10 years and previously for the Australian Track & Field Team, Australian Women’s Gymnastics Team, Australian Women’s Softball Team and various Netball teams (NSWIS, AIS, Sydney Sandpipers), travelling internationally with all the above teams. Kylie’s career highlight is being an Australian Team Physiotherapist at 3 Olympic Games (London 2012, Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020) and 3 Commonwealth Games (Delhi 2010, Glasgow 2014, Gold Coast 2018).
Kylie represented Australia in the 400m Hurdles and enjoys keeping fit running and going to the gym, in addition to chasing after her 3 children.