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About

Becca is a fully qualified and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist, holding an MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy from the University of Nottingham. Becca is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and is registered with the Animal Health Professions' Register (AHPR), under the sub-group of Veterinary Physiotherapy.

Becca works as part of a multidisciplinary team comprised of vets, farriers, saddlers, chiropractors, hydrotherapists and other professionals, in order to achieve the best possible outcome for your individual animal, whether competition horse or pet dog!

Becca firmly believes that physiotherapy can benefit any animal, from improving the comfort of an arthritic dog, aiding with kissing spines recovery or improving the performance of your racehorse or agility dog. 

Having always ridden and worked in a wide range of roles within the equine industry, she is particularly passionate about eventing, performance and rehabilitation. When not working, she can be found adventuring with her collie-cross, Milo.

Based in Highworth, Becca travels to yards, clinics and homes throughout Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and Berkshire.

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"I would 100% recommend Becca for canine physio. My dog had started to twist her body slightly when running, and always favou​red leading with one leg..." Read more

Hannah Law

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Greta Mason

Sponsored Rider

Following her success at Bramham Horse Trials in June 2022, Greta is the current under-25 national Eventing champion and I'm thrilled to be a part of her team!

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NAVP Member

By selecting a member of NAVP to treat their animal, owners ensure that practitioners qualified via a recognised programme and have established a strong foundation of scientific knowledge, underpinned by clinical practice. 

NAVP ensures members work within their scope of practice, alongside your veterinarian and adhere to their professional code of conduct.


As members, we are also required to complete continued professional development (CPD) in order to continue learning and stay up to date with the latest research and methods.

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