Becky has worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for the NHS, in Rugby Union and in private clinics across the UK, New Zealand and Australia treating a vast range of sports and recreational injuries.
She qualified from Brunel University as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 and is a member of CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapists), POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy), HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) and PPA (Physiotherapy Pain Association).
A talented, engaging and skilled Pilates instructor, Becky’s teaching has gained her an excellent reputation in West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. She is an inspiring instructor and has been guiding students from complete beginners through to advanced level since 2006. Becky trained with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI).
Becky works with every patient to help them regain their function quickly and effectively, using her in-depth Pilates training to complement her physiotherapy assessments and treatments. She achieves this using manual physiotherapy techniques alongside exercise therapy, with the aim of resolving the root cause of the problem. She is particularly focused on improving postural issues to create optimal form and movement on a day-to-day basis.
Women’s health physiotherapy is a passion of Becky’s. It can form a vital part of post-natal rehabilitation as well as being an effective way to address some of the issues caused by ageing and the menopause.
She works with pregnant ladies to help them prepare their bodies for pregnancy and birth, rehabilitate post delivery as well as offering treatment for pregnancy related musculoskeletal pain. Becky feels strongly about the importance of re-setting the balance pre- and especially post- natal, to restore your body’s health and function. Having had children herself, she really understands the demands of this time of your life.
Becky is also able to help with issues related to the female pelvis including urinary continence, prolapse and pelvic pain and instability. Her empathetic and sensitive nature will make you feel at ease with such issues.
Becky is a qualified acupuncturist and uses this as a standalone treatment in addition to dry needling to complement her physiotherapy where appropriate. Acupuncture can be very effective in settling pain, reducing tension, helping to improve sleep, and reducing feelings of anxiety.
Becky is an active sportswoman and enjoys keeping fit. She is a Pilates enthusiast (of course!), trail runner, mountain biker and also enjoys the occasional game of squash.
When she is not treating patients or teaching in her Pilates studio, Becky loves being a mum and spending time with her family and friends, particularly exploring the great outdoors.