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Tricia Arculus

Role: Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Qualification: BSc in Physiotherapy from Brunel University

Profile

Tricia is a Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist with a background in midwifery and nursing. She qualified with a BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy at Brunel University in 1995. After junior training at the Royal Free Hospital (RFH), she specialised in Women’s Health at St Marys Paddington before returning to the RFH as a senior in this speciality.

Over the last 21 years she has developed her role in the management of Urogynaecology patients, teaching students, team members and others in the MDT, broadening her skills in the management of pelvic pain, vulvodynia and coccydynia and more recently expanding her practice to manage male patients with bowel, urinary and chronic pelvic pain problems. In 2016 she qualified as an acupuncturist at the University of Hertfordshire in order to use acupuncture as adjunct to her conservative therapy. At the RFH, world specialist centre for Vulvodynia, she runs the Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS) Clinic for pelvic health patients. To support her clinical practice, she has pursued further post graduate training in psychosexual counselling, vulval pain, chronic pelvic pain, advanced manual therapy, acupuncture for women’s health and male lower urinary tract symptoms.

Her areas of expertise include:
• Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction including urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse
• Overactive and dysfunctional bladder
• Pelvic pain including bladder pain syndrome, vaginismus, vulvodynia and pain during sexual intercourse.
• Symptoms relating to perimenopause and menopause.
• Rehabilitation post gynaecological surgery
• Prostatectomy surgery and post-operative rehabilitation
• Males with chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain syndrome
• Erectile Dysfunction
• Bowel problems including faecal urgency, faecal incontinence and evacuatory difficulties.
• Coccydynia

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