Physio Therapy in Norwich

Becky qualified with a BSc (Hons) from University of East Anglia in 2003. Since then she has worked for the NHS and privately in a large variety of areas including musculoskeletal, neurology, respiratory, women’s health and paediatrics amongst many others, before specialising in musculoskeletal injuries. She has built up an extensive portfolio of post graduate education to increase the range of treatments she can offer.

From 2006-2010, Becky worked for the British Canoe/Kayak Team as a Physio on training camps and international events. In July 2014, Becky was a physio at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. More recently her interests have taken her to tendon rehabilitation and shockwave therapy. She is driven to keep up to date with the latest developments in physiotherapy to advise and provide the best treatment possible.

Becky is an accomplished athlete, having represented Great Britain in a number of international canoe marathon events between having her 2 children. She moved into triathlon in 2010, quickly progressing to international age group triathlon and elite quadrathlon racing. This experience provides her with a valuable insight into the demands and dynamics of training, injury prevention and solution.

Becky Schofield BSc(Hons) AACP MCSP HCPC
Physio Therapy in Norwich


Treatments may include:

  • Shockwave Therapy

    Non-invasive therapy for tendon and chronic muscle injuries.

  • Acupuncture

    Traditional acupuncture uses very fine needles which are inserted into particular points around the body

  • Ultrasound

    Used to provide deep heating to soft tissues of the body

  • Kinesio Taping

    A taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body's natural healing process whilst providing support and stability to muscles and joints

  • Massage (sports/relaxation)

  • Myofascial Release

    A safe and effective hands-on technique that works on the fascia to release restrictions

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Consultations for:

  • Sports Injuries

  • Back & Neck Pain

  • Athritis

  • Pre & Post Surgery

  • Injury Prevention

  • Screening

  • Pre & Post Natal

  • Symptoms Caused By Work Conditions

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Trying to stop patients stretching in early rehab has to be one of my biggest challenges. Stretching does not help rehab of tendons.

I see patients all the time who are told by doctors they should never run again. I strongly disagree with this. Lovely to see this blog...
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Christian Barton @DrChrisBarton
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Great piece from our @LaTrobeSEM intern Jo Monahan