Becky Davison Physiotherapist

Becky is passionate about Physiotherapy and empowering her patients to achieve their goals, whether that is winning a medal at the World Championships or being able to do everyday life activities successfully. Whilst Physiotherapy can help patients with injuries, Becky is also enthusiastic about helping reduce the risk of injury through prehabilitation as well as helping people achieve their movement potential! The common theme across all patients is movement. That could be moving as efficiently as possible, or even simply to get moving!

Becky uses both ‘hands on’ skills and rehabilitation to help her patients and is trained in Pilates through the APPI and would happily provide one to one Pilates sessions for patients.

Since graduating in 2003 Becky has had a varied career working with people of all ages and abilities. Throughout her career, Becky has developed a specialism within sports Physiotherapy and has achieved her Gold Accreditation with the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine as well as completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy.

She currently works with GB Rowing and has worked for many years within rugby both at the Cornish Pirates RFC and Exeter University RFC which is closely linked with Exeter Chiefs. Becky has worked for several years with the high-performance sports squads and TASS athletes (Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme) at Exeter University across multiple sports including sailing, netball, hockey and rowing. In 2012, she was a Games Maker Physiotherapist in Weymouth working with athletes competing at the Olympics.

Alongside her clinical work, Becky is also a lecturer on the MSc in Sports Physiotherapy at Bath University and guest lectures at Exeter University.

In addition to her sports experience, Becky has worked throughout her career with members of the public both within the NHS and private practice. She has extensive experience of working within a GP practice locally and more recently, as a specialist Physiotherapist within GP practices assessing, diagnosing and creating a management plan for patients of all ages and abilities.