Nadine Ranger is a Clinical Specialist Uro-Gynae Physiotherapist at BMI Goring Hall Hospital. She qualified with Honours from University of Brighton in 1994 as a Physiotherapist and further achieved a Post Graduate certificate in Women’s health from the University of Bradford in 2000.
Nadine has previously worked as a Senior Physiotherapist for a number of years specialising in the treatment of uro-gynaecological patients with incontinence and/or mild to moderate pelvic organ prolapse, pregnant women with back and pelvic girdle pain and men with incontinence/erectile dysfunction.
She has a special expertise in the use of dynamic ultrasound to further analyse patients pelvic floor function. She is also qualified to fit mechanical devices such as ring pessaries for patients that may have associated pelvic organ prolapse. She also has a keen interest in treating pelvic pain conditions such as pudendal neuralgia.
Nadine’s patient group now includes both men and women suffering from urinary stress and/or urge incontinence, faecal incontinence and chronic pelvic pain. She also treats women suffering from mild/moderate pelvic organ prolapse, and men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Contact Details: Goring Hall Hospital 01903 506699.