BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
PGDip Veterinary Physiotherapy
BSc (Hons) Animal Health
Becky gained her BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2006. She initially worked within the National Health Service in the UK, but soon found her way into Private Practice, assessing and treating a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions. Becky went on to gain post graduate training in acupuncture. She also completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2010.
Her love of outdoor sports and horse riding led her to start focusing on body movement and patterning, which provided the basis for her to gain her APPI Modified Pilates Instruction Certification. She has since completed a number of professional development training programs to enhance her Pilates Instruction and Clinical Reasoning.
Becky's focus for 2018 is on Cancer Rehabilitation patients, delivering the PINC registered rehab program along with Next Steps (directly supported by the Franklin Breast Cancer Support Group). She is passionate about animal welfare and providing and building on the Veterinary Physiotherapy Service for Total Physiotherapy this year is her big goal. Taking on more Equine Physiotherapy sessions for horses and riders, but also building relations with our two associate Veterinary Centres
Being a Mum, she works with the local Franklin Parents Centre to provide information on Baby Massage and Getting the Best from your Post Baby Body. Courses will be running from August onwards.
Out of work Becky can be found running around with her two boys Richie and Marcus attending Playgroup, Swim Lessons and dragging them along to her fitness sessions in the studio, up Puke Hill and at the Squash Club!