Becky completed her first degree at Exeter University, graduating in Biological Sciences in 1996. After two years of travel, including ski seasons working in the French Alps, she went to the University of East London,
completing her Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) degree in 2001. Working in the NHS Brighton and Sussex Hospitals for five years, Becky very quickly specialised in Musculoskeletal Physio, complementing her NHS practice with evening sports injury clinics at the Brighton University Sports Centre.
In 2003, Becky trained with the AACP in Acupuncture for Pain relief, pursuing her particular interest in acupuncture within physiotherapy; treating conditions such as osteoarthritis of the hip and knee, as well as helping patients in their recovery from sports injuries. Recently, she completed an AACP course in Acupuncture in the treatment of Headaches and Migraines.
Late 2006, Becky headed to India and Nepal, trekking in the Himalayas before settling back in Warwickshire. Here she took up locum posts for the NHS in Musculoskeletal Outpatient settings, together with a position in a sports injuries clinic in Cheltenham.
Becky has always enjoyed the more adventurous sports, particularly ski touring, open water swimming, and windsurfing. She has competed in a number of endurance events including the Sherborne Half Ironman triathlon and "Mountain Mayhem" 24 hour mountain bike competition. She has also completed the legendary Haute Route, ski touring from Chamonix to Zermatt. Nowadays, with two small children in tow, walking the dog is her main exercise! Although she is just returning to open water swimming and horse riding.