Robyn Donno

A Biokineticist is a specialist in human movement and exercise. They facilitate in the rehabilitation of orthopedic injures and disease management of chronic, congenital, and neural conditions with the use of scientifically designed and individualised exercise programs.
A biokineticist can improve sports performance and aid in injury prevention for sportsmen and developing athletes. Individuals diagnosed with cardiac, respiratory, congenital, chronic or neurological conditions and special populations (developing children, the elderly, prenatal, and postnatal mothers) can train safely and effectively under the guidance of a biokineticist. Helping them to improve their physical ability, gain independence, and manage their condition. General populations can benefit from postural retraining as well as injury and health risk assessments to identify areas of concern, decrease pain/discomfort, and improve their wellness status.

A Biokineticist will improve how you move, to improve your quality of life.

I facilitate in the rehabilitation of individuals with injures (both sporting and recreational in nature), chronic diseases and neural conditions through exercise. I aid in performance enhancement for sportsman and developing athletes through sports specific conditioning and injury prevention training. For those with congenital, chronic or neural conditions I can improve their quality of life through functional activity development encouraging independence and confidence.