Hily qualified with honours from The University of Birmingham as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2009.
She has worked for a number of NHS hospitals, including Whipps Cross Hospital, Clayponds Hospital, Cedar Rehabilitation Unit and at the Denham Unit. Whilst working in the NHS, she treated a broad range of conditions from musculoskeletal and sports injuries, neurological, respiratory and orthopaedic conditions. She left this to develop her private community physiotherapy practice after recognising that there is a need for more people to be seen at home.
In 2012, Hily completed a pilates course with APPI and furthermore completed her training in Medical Acupuncture in 2013.
Hily has a particular interest in treating musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions such as post hip and knee replacements, as well as managing falls in the elderly and rehabilitating them after having a fall or a hospital admission. She regularly uses core stability exercises such as pilates in her practice.