Perry Cayley BSc (Hons) MCSP, MHCPC, MAACP
Perry graduated from the University of the West of England, Bristol with a BSc (Honours) degree in Physiotherapy in the summer of 2005. He worked in the NHS for 4 years, as well as working part time in professional sport at the Reading Football Club Academy, which allowed him to understand the demands placed on elite level children as well as day to day sporting injuries. He also has experience in Rugby as a Physiotherapist for a local team in Gloucester whilst he was working at the Gloucester Royal Hospital, before moving to Frimley Park Hospital in 2008.
Perry decided to move to New Zealand in 2009 to seek further challenges where he worked in a private practice in Queenstown, for 9 months, treating various musculoskeletal conditions and sporting injuries. In addition, Perry was the lead Physiotherapist for the ‘89 football academy’, which was set up then by the New Zealand international football coach.
Since returning from New Zealand in 2010, Perry has worked in a private practice in Wokingham before setting up Cayley Physiotherapy with his wife Jenny. He has since completed a post graduate qualification in acupuncture. He is also trained in the assessment and treatment of dizziness and vestibular disorders which can cause anxiety with sufferers. Perry has experience in treating all musculoskeletal conditions and post-surgery rehabilitation, with a particular interest in lower limb conditions and sporting injuries.
Perry has a love for a large variety of sports from football and rugby, running and cycling, to golf, cricket and tennis. This enables Perry to recognise the specific rehabilitation required for each sport.
Perry is very passionate about physiotherapy and helping his patients return to the best possible quality of life. He routinely uses a combination of manual therapy treatment techniques, acupuncture and tailored exercise programmes with the aim to enable a full long term recovery.
Perry is state registered and a member of the Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC), Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).
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