Hayley gained her BHSc (hons) degree from Leeds University in 1997. She completed junior rotations in many areas of physiotherapy and then chose to specialise in neurology in 1999.
As a senior neurological physiotherapist at North Staffordshire hospital she completed rotations in rehabilitation, acute medical neurology, neurology, neurosurgery and neuro high dependency. During this time she also acted as a steward for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and as a clinical education co-ordinator for Keele University.
Hayley is a Bobath trained therapist, as well as being trained in various other therapies to provide a mixed range of skills designed to meet your needs. Other therapies include acupuncture, saebo, facial rehabilitation, neuro-electrical stimulation (trophic, strengthening and functional orthotic use), lower limb biomechanics, body control pilates and dynamic stability/muscle imbalance. She has taught on the European injection technique training course “Botulinum Toxin Type A-For the Treatment of Localised Spasticity” Physical management and Neuroplasticity. She has special interest in helping people with multiple sclerosis.
Hayley is a member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), Association of Physiotherapists Interested in Neurology (ACPIN), Therapists in MS (TiMS), Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and the Special Interest Group for Neurotherapists in Staffordshire (SIGNet).