Neilé studied Physiotherapy at University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) in 2011. His most recent role was working as a Senior MSK Physiotherapist for Nuffield Health in the UK treating patients presenting with both acute and chronic injuries. He actively contributed to reputable health promotion events, including the London marathon in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK and regional half marathon events. In addition, Neilé worked at Hartpury RFC helping to facilitate return to sport for athletes through use of interventions such as individualised exercise programmes, soft tissue manipulation and mobilisations.
Neilé has led a number of rehabilitation classes for post-operative ACL reconstructions and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.
Neilé’s sporting interests include football, weight training (physique competitions) and running (sprinting – 100m/200m events). He also has a special interest in complex hip and groin pathologies
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