Wylie has recently graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from UWE. Additionally, he is qualified in Level 3 Sports Massage Therapy and has worked with a variety of clients in a small private Physiotherapy practice in Bristol. Prior to training as a Physiotherapist, Wylie graduated from the University of Bath with a BA Hons in Sport and Social Science in 2015.
Before returning to academia, he gained experience working as a Therapy Assistant in a busy London NHS department. He also spent 3 months working in a care home, specialising in working with residents with dementia.
As an ambitious Sportsman with a competitive streak, Wylie has enjoyed being a club swimmer for over 15 years, competing at national level and heading up the Team Bath University swimming squad as Men’s Captain. Most recently seeking out new challenges in open water swimming, completing a relay channel swim in 2017 and completing lake Windemere solo in 2019. Wylie also enjoys surfing, skiing, football, cycling and yoga as he endeavours to keep physically active.
- BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy (Certificate Pending), Level 3 (ITEC) Sports Massage Therapist, BA (Hons) Sport and Social Science
- Worked full-time for two years as a therapy assistant in MSK outpatients in the NHS, independently running exercise classes and undertaking one-to-one rehabilitation sessions with patients. Have practised sports massage therapy for a local private practice in Bristol alongside Physiotherapy studies.
- Sports injury prevention, strength and conditioning and generally making a positive impact on peoples lives whether that be by enabling someone to independently mobilise up and down the stairs safely in their own home or inspiring someone to complete a solo one way channel swim.
Our servicesWylie Ball provides the following healthcare services
From elite athletes to galloping grandparents, our elite physios undertake over 15,000 assessments, treatments and rehabilitation sessions every month
Sports Injury Therapy
Treatment from experts with experience in elite sports specialising in sports injuries
3D Movement Analysis
Using the world's first 3D motion capture and analysis system, a full analysis of your movement and musculoskeletal system
Building a 3D model of your body to analyse your posture
An assessment of the way you move, walk and run