Beth joined Tudor early 2019, she graduated from Newcastle University with a BSc in Animal Science where she was able to research the effects of Hydrotherapy on the canine gait using accelerometry. She grew up with German Shepherds, a Scottish terrier, two horses and has been an animal lover from a very young age.
Having sparked her passion for Small Animal Rehabilitation at university, Beth qualified in the Level 3 Certificate for Small animal Hydrotherapy in 2015, Advanced Treadmill in 2016, became a K-Laser therapist in 2017 and qualified in Aquatic Massage in 2019.
After initially qualifying in 2015 she worked at a busy centre in the North East for 2 years and then journeyed down to Northamptonshire where she helped to run a livery yard in addition to the Hydrotherapy centre.
Beth took a short career break at the end of 2018 and was excited to get back to the world of rehab when she joined us. Her next move is to obtain her diploma and continue to develop her skills through CPD hours.