“Movement is such an important pillar for health, so being able to impact someone’s life in a positive way is what makes physiotherapy such a rewarding career.
I feel lucky to do my job every day and privileged to work alongside the team at Bakewell!”
Dilly Williams BSc MSc MCSP HCPC
Dilly started her career by studying Human Biology at Loughborough University in 2012. After working as a physiotherapy assistant and massage therapist, she then went on to study a masters degree in physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam university in 2017.
Since graduating Dilly has worked within the private sector and within the NHS, specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy for acute and long-term conditions as well as post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation.
She is also an APPI pilates instructor, acupuncturist, qualified sports masseuse and member of the Advanced Practice Physiotherapy Network.
Dilly is passionate about helping people feel better and get them back to what they love or start something new altogether. A keen yogi, she is interested in how the body and mind interconnect and how movement can be used to benefit health.
Diagnosed with hip dysplasia herself as an adult, she has developed specialist knowledge in the rehabilitation of young adult hips, in particular hip dysplasia, CAM deformities, labral tears and early onset osteoarthritis, alongside other musculoskeletal problems.