Becky Walker BSc (Hons) MCSP
- One-to-one Pilates
- Sports massage
- Biomechanical assessments
Becky specialises in
- Sports injuries
- Sports injury rehabilitation
- Pelvic Girdle Pain
Senior Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor
Becky first qualified as a Sports Scientist in 2000, then went on to qualify as a Sports Rehabilitator in 2003, following this with a Post-graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy in 2010. She has 10 years' experience including working in full time professional sport for 5 years with a professional rugby union team and a premier league ladies football team, as well as her work in private practice.
With this background Becky specialises in the treatment of sports injuries and their rehabilitation. Becky specifically has an interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of the spine, shoulder and knee injuries. She offers kinesiology taping as part of her practice to aid with the kinaesthetic awareness of posture and alignment. Becky has also trained with The Pelvic Partnership to offer treatment for pelvic girdle pain.
Becky offers biomechanical assessments of walking and running which use video analysis to analyse functional movement during activity. She can also develop sports specific rehabilitation programmes after injury, to return the patient to any level of sport or exercise.
Becky qualified as a Modern Pilates Instructor in 2005 and teaches small and large group classes, and specialist ante/postnatal classes.
What people have said about Becky...
I'd like to give you some feedback about Becky and the treatment I received – I thought she was absolutely brilliant. When I first spoke to you and came in I was so bad with PGP I could barely walk. I have made such an improvement thanks to Becky’s physio treatment and her ante natal class, and she has been so positive and reassuring. I have already recommended you to my midwife. - Alex R. Dec 2015
I came to see Becky at the end of Feb for a running Biomechanical assessment after having maybe 10 weeks away from any running due to knee pain. I have to say I enjoyed the process and just wanted to say thank you for your efforts. It gave me insight into my own physical constraints and allowed me to manage my progress towards a marathon and the exercises have hopefully helped slowly improve my core muscle groups. Eventually after some quite gruelling runs at the weekend - often with much less mid week. After not quite enough preparation I decided to go to Brighton for my marathon and on the day finished in 03:51:13. Which is really on the high end of my expectation. Much of which wouldn't have been possible without your insight and the confidence/determination it gave me to progress.
So thank you for what was an enjoyable and important contribution to my little dream. - C.M. April 2016