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Becky Aston Physiotherapist

Specialist women's and men's
health physiotherapy practice based in Berkhamsted, Herts.

Meet the Team

Becky Aston

Becky Aston qualified from the University of East London in 1997 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She has worked in a number of London teaching Hospitals and has specialised solely in Womens Health since 2000. She gained a Diploma in Womens Health at the University of Bradford in 2001 and a Masters from the University of Brighton in 2010.


Clinically, Becky has a wealth of experience in assessing and treating simple and complex musculoskeletal problems during pregnancy. She has been involved in setting up pelvic floor dysfunction services, treating women with bladder and bowel dysfunction as well as pelvic pain. She has taught at an undergraduate Physiotherapy level and has been a postgraduate mentor for The University of Bradford continence course. She enjoys teaching and has spoken about pelvic floor dysfunction at national and international levels.  Becky has also co written two chapters in The Concise Guide to Physiotherapy on Women's Health matters. Becky has also trained in Sharon Wheelers ScarWorks- a gentle way of treating troublesome scars.


Becky is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy Society (POGP). She has been a member of the POGP executive committee and organised their annual conference in 2012, 2013 and 2014.


Jo Dyson

Jo qualified from The University of Manchester in 2002 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She has worked in a variety of NHS and private practice settings, initially specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy before undertaking further training in women’s health.


Jo is a certified Pilates instructor (APPI) and regularly teaches antenatal and postnatal pilates classes. She has completed a range of postgraduate women’s health courses with leading Physiotherapists in their field. She is a Mum to two young boys, a keen runner and is passionate about assisting ladies with pelvic health conditions improve their quality of life.

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Rachael Kuik

Rachael Kuik is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist specialising in post-natal rehab, stress incontinence, diastasis recti, pelvic organ prolapse and hip injuries. Rachael graduated from Coventry University in 2007 and has since worked in NHS hospitals, outpatient settings and even backstage at the Royal Albert Hall with the English National Ballet. A love of dance from a young age and completing a foundation degree in dance performance has led to her interest in delivering pre and post-natal care to dancers and female athletes. 

Rachael completed both Pilates matwork and equipment training with the APPI and often uses these exercises in her client’s rehabilitation, alongside manual, soft tissue and taping techniques, strength training and plyometric drills. She enjoys not only reducing client’s symptoms but helping them return to sports and a fully active lifestyle.

Since becoming a mother herself to two young boys, Rachael is even more impassioned with the need for high quality care across women’s health, from birth choice to recovery.

Outside of work Rachael likes to keep fit with weights, running and Pilates.

Becky Aston Physiotherapist
Becky Aston Physiotherapist
Becky Aston Physiotherapist
Becky Aston Physiotherapist
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