Regan has completed postgraduate training in pelvic floor physiotherapy, pregnancy related pelvic
girdle pain, birth prep, and postpartum rehabilitation with a Master of Science Degree in Physiotherapy (MScPT) from Queen’s University. She is a member of the College of Physiotherapists of New Brunswick and a new graduate who has a passion for pelvic health and pediatric physiotherapy. Regan has completed postgraduate training in non-internal pelvic floor physiotherapy, pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, birth prep, and postpartum rehabilitation.
When Regan is not at ReConnect Health Centre, you can find her at The Moncton Hospital, where she works as a Physiotherapy Resident on both the inpatient and outpatient units treating patients seeking public healthcare. Regan is happy to work with a diverse patient population and strives to practice purposefully within the biopsychosocial model of healthcare, paying close attention to the interconnection between biology, psychology, and socioenvironmental factors particularly as they relate to her patient’s dysfunctions. To best support her patients, Regan has completed training in the science of pain, mindfulness, and wellbeing. She is committed to providing evidence-based patient-centered care and works compassionately with her patients to manage expectations, set achievable goals, and optimize function and quality of life.
Regan received a Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) from Acadia University and achieved the honoured award of representing her class as the Kinesiology Class Valedictorian. Her previous education at Acadia helped foster the development of strong interpersonal skills and provided her with complimentary knowledge which has since shaped her ability to work within the scope of the physiotherapy profession. Experiences such as student athletic therapy, working as a camp counselor, and volunteering with children with various abilities have assisted in the evolution of strong analytical reasoning skills, as well as her ability to think creatively and work joyfully.
Regan can externally assess and treat a variety of pelvic floor dysfunctions, such as incontinence and pelvic girdle pain, and can help prepare patients for birth and support the transition into postpartum and beyond. She looks forward to advancing her career at ReConnect as she anticipates her training in internal pelvic floor physiotherapy and continues to learn from supportive and devoted mentors within the physiotherapy profession.
When she is not practicing as a Physiotherapy Resident, she is likely prepping for her final clinical exam to achieve full licensure as a Physiotherapist. Outside of work, Regan spends her time reading, enjoying the outdoors, practicing yoga, and playing squash.
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