As a physiotherapist I strive to work with people to promote health and wellbeing, aiming to help restore movement and function to as near to normal as possible. I believe the key to successful treatment is to address the underlying cause of a problem, to ensure joints, muscles and all tissues are able to move adequately with control and to give people the correct information to allow them to help themselves recover and keep any symptoms at bay.
I enjoy searching for new treatment techniques and am committed to reviewing and applying any new evidence which comes to light across all topics from Sports Injuries to Low Back Pain
It gives me great satisfaction to help others achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. I hope you‚Äôll give me the chance to do so with you.
Becca graduated in 1998 from Keele University with a first class degree in Physiotherapy. She gained her initial experience in all major specialities whilst working in a large teaching hospital in Leicester before specialising in musculoskeletal in 2000. Since then she has worked in the NHS in both the hospital and GP clinic setting. During her career she has completed post graduate education in many areas including manual therapy, muscle imbalance, soft tissue techniques and acupuncture. Becca started to work as part of the Active health team in Bath in 2012.
Last Updated on Friday, 23 March 2012 12:49