Silvia Pedroni is a highly skilled physiotherapist with a specialist interest in the domains of sport rehabilitation and manual therapy. She has been an integral part of Southgate Physio clinic, lending her expertise to the musculoskeletal field. Silvia is of Italian nationality and is also fluent in Spanish and English.
Silvia started her career as a physiotherapist at the Cames Clinic, where she was involved in the diagnosis, care, and treatment of patients. There she worked with older people’s activity groups, handling disorders and musculoskeletal injuries. From February 2014 to January 2015, Silvia volunteered as a physiotherapist at the “Paolo Dettori” Hospital. In this role, she treated patients with respiratory, orthopedic and neurological ailments (BPCO, cystic fibrosis, multiple sclerosis, musculoskeletal disorders, chronic bronchitis, ASL, cerebral palsy, and postoperative disorders. Her most recent appointment before joining Southgate Physio clinic was a 3-year stint at the Fisiomed Clinic. There she continued her responsibilities exercises, soft tissue treatments, and manual therapy techniques.
Silvia carries great experience in assessing, managing and curing a vast array of orthopedic conditions including sports injuries, post-surgical cases, trauma, neck pain, shoulder pain, lower back pain. She is also adept at handling neurological ailments like post-stroke conditions, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease. At Southgate Physio clinic, she incorporates her skill with manual therapy, exercise therapy; dry needling, soft tissue treatment, fascial manipulation, education.
Silvia gained her Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy from the prestigious University of Florence in 2012. It was followed by special training courses in manual therapy, fascial manipulation, and dry needling. Her next major educational qualification was a Master’s Degree in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Siena. She has also participated in a postgraduate educational program in Orthopedic Manual Therapy at the Curtin University, Perth (Australia).
She carries great dedication to provide care for her patients and maintains good relationships with colleagues.