Pelvic (Men's) Health

Blackrock Clinic Physiotherapy Department. Pelvic (Men's) Health Regina Goode, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Pelvic Health

Regina Goode, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Pelvic Health

12th Jan 2021

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Regina is a dedicated and conscientious musculoskeletal physiotherapist and has had a special interest in pelvic health since her student days.  Pelvic health is important for both men and women of all ages and stages of life.   Regina graduated from the University of Brighton in 2004 with BSc Hons in Physiotherapy.  Over the past sixteen years, she has worked in both the public and private sector mainly in the UK but also here in Ireland.  

Through her post graduate training Regina has become competent in assessing and treating, a wide variety of pelvic health issues to include bladder and bowel problems, over active pelvic floor disorders, pelvic girdle pain, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy related pelvic disorders, ante natal/post-natal pain, caesarean section and perineal scar pain, painful sex.  

Regina is passionate about making pelvic health accessible, and educating her colleagues.  There is more to pelvic health than just pelvic floor exercises!  Regina has been involved in teaching student midwives at Christchurch University, Kent, England and physiotherapy students from the University of Brighton and King’s College London.    Her undergraduate dissertation was published in The Journal of Interprofessional Care.  Regina has worked for East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust, HSE West, Belmullet Community Hospital, Swanick Family Practice, Belmullet, Tracey Miles Physiotherapy, Kent.

Regina is from Ireland and has spent the last 20 years living in the UK and recently moved back with her husband and four children. Regina loves yoga, the great outdoors, and spending time with her family and friends.