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Welcome to the Team Beth!

Dec 29, 2020

We are happy to announce the newest member of the Physio-logical family – Graduate Sports Therapist, Beth Huntington.

Beth is a Graduate Sports Therapist from the university of Gloucestershire.

She has experience working in both clinical and sports team settings, where she examines, assesses and treats a variety of injuries. She also provides rehabilitation and pitchside cover for sports clubs at the weekends.

Beth has worked with multiple teams, including the England ice hockey national training programme, Oxford United Women’s football club, as well as local rugby teams in the Gloucester area.

When Beth is not working, she likes to unwind by visiting the gym and playing for local volley ball and basketball teams.

Beth will be working at the Horndean clinic on Mondays and at Stansted Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4th January 2021.

Appointments to see Beth can be made now via our websiteemail or call 07835 712 306.

Welcome to the Physio-logical team Beth!

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