Rebecca graduated from the Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 2002 then worked in the NHS both in the adult and paediatric setting. Rebecca moved to New Zealand in 2011 where she worked in private multi-disciplinary clinics treating a wide and varied caseload of acute and chronic MSK pathologies and conditions.
Rebecca has a special clinical interest in treating hand and upper limb conditions whilst taking a hands-on approach to delivering patient-focused treatment utilizing manual therapy, soft tissue release, dry needling, and taping. With a passion for sports, she has treated rugby players at local club and professional level and has provided Physiotherapy at the New Zealand PGA on two occasions.
A passionate runner, cyclist, and triathlete herself she takes a special interest in treating endurance athletes. She also incorporates Pilates-based rehabilitation into her approach to treatment.
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