She was lucky enough to work with them during their promotion into the Premier League in a season where they won the FA Youth Cup and enjoyed several tours and tournaments with the squads both in the UK and abroad.
In 2005, Becky moved over as a lead clinician at a gait analysis physiotherapy clinic in Chester where she worked closely with a podiatrist and running athletes, analysing movement patterns, utilising orthoses, treatment and rehabilitation exercises to correct any abnormalities.
Through this role Becky had the opportunity to work with GB kayak athletes in Ellesmere port.
It was in 2006, when Becky became a Harris & Ross employee with a Head Physiotherapist role at Widnes Vikings rugby league club, making the grand final in their bid for Super League promotion.
Becky then took the role as Head Physiotherapist at Wigan Warriors RLFC, at the start of the 2007 campaign where she remained there for 8 seasons and saw the club experience some of the most successful years in their recent history, becoming Minor Premier champions, Super league champions, Challenge cup winners, World Club Challenge runners up and achieving the illusive double win in 2012.
Despite being very busy at Wigan Warriors, Becky has also completed her MSc at Bath University!
Becky has a keen interest in sports injuries and injury prevention, with a heavy bias towards rehabilitation and strengthening in her programs.
She enjoys working through complex biomechanical issues and piecing together the problem to find the best possible outcome for the patient.
Becky is based at our Wilmslow Total Fitness clinic, to arrange an appointment you can call us on 0161 832 9000 or click the Book Online Now button below.