Beraldo graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) and was co-winner of the Rosemary Stanton Merit Prize. He completed postgraduate studies at the University of Sydney, with a Graduate Diploma of Exercise and Sports Science and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Science (Sports Physiotherapy).
Beraldo has been a lecturer at University of Wollongong for the Faculty of Education in Sports Injury Management and has presented undergraduate lectures to University of Wollongong School of Medicine. Beraldo is planning to undertake a masters research in the use of virtual reality in the management of chronic pain.
Beraldo over the past 25 years has developed skills and expertise in the treatment, management and rehabilitation of sports, orthopeadic and spinal pain and injuries. He has had the opportunity to work alongside Orthopaedic Surgeons, Spinal Surgeons, Sports and Pain Physicians. Beraldo provides a conservative management approach to pre-operative, post-operative, and musculoskeletal care. Beraldo’s physiotherapy protocols are adapted to suit the needs of his patients with consideration of best clinical practice and current surgical procedures.
Beraldo has been physiotherapist for Western Suburbs Rugby Union, NSW and Sydney Under 21’s Rugby Union teams. He has been physiotherapist with the Wollongong Wolves NSL Soccer team and is the Wollongong Bulldogs AFL team.
Beraldo is a keen runner and over many years has competed in distance trail running events.
Anita Bout graduated from Sydney University in 1985. She worked for one year at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney and then moved Wollongong to work in private practice. She worked at the Illawarra Sports Medicine Clinic in Gwynneville for 29 years and during that time was one of the physiotherapist for the NBL Illawarra Hawks. She left the practice in August 2018 to continue work as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist at Illawarra Physiotherapy with the Beraldo Lilli.
Anita has completed a postgraduate course on exercise and sports science (1992) and ports physiotherapy (1996) at Sydney University and is a titled sports physiotherapist. Anita enjoys looking after pregnant and postpartum women with low back pain or pelvic girdle pain so that they can function more effectively and enjoy this special time. Anita has a special interest in treating variety of musculoskeletal injuries in any age group from the adolescent to the elderly. Her many years of work as a sports physiotherapist has giving her wealth of experience in treating the recreational or professional athlete. Anita also enjoys working with patients post-surgery e.g. post-knee/hip replacement, ankle, knee, shoulder and spinal surgery.
Anita and Beraldo since joining forces in 2018 have a goal of providing quality care in a relaxed and friendly environment