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'Period Got Power'

'Period Got Power'

  • 26 Jun, 2020
  • 7pm
  • 1.5 hours
Pilates Physiotherapy Cork

Presenter Name

Helen Keeble
Clinical Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, MPOGP, MCSP, MISCP, MHCPC, MCORU

Target Participant Level


Speciality Tag

Musculoskeletal Therapy, Sports Medicine, Women's Health & Continence

Number Of Contact Hours

1.5 hours

Are Refreshments Included On The Day ?


Cost to Attend

€22.20 (Standard)
( ISCP Member )
(ISCP Student Member )
( CIG/EG/Branch Member )

Learning Objectives

What will you gain by attending?

- Recap on the hormones and processes involved in the menstrual cycle 

-Better understanding of the female body's response and ability to exercise 

-Learn how and why all women and their coaches/exercise instructors can benefit from tracking their periods 

-Know how to exercise smarter - knowing when to push & when to back off but for bigger and better results 

-Simple, evidence based tips that you can employ immediately for your benefit during working out. Suitable for all women - from the professional athlete to the complete novice.

Event Description

If you have a period & workout, or work with those that do, then this talk is for you!

Join Helen Keeble (Clinical Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist @helenkeeblephysio) for this fascinating talk all about how the menstrual cycle influences the female body's ability to build muscle, maintain endurance and recover from sport & exercise. Helen is top of her field in female pelvic health within sports & exercise and can't wait to chat with you about this eye opening subject. 


Presenter Profile

Helen begun her passion for pelvic health back in 2008 whilst working at The Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust. Helen has always adopted a very caring and down to earth approach with her treatments and ensures that all care plans are tailor made to each individual.

Helen took a part time step into the private healthcare sector of pelvic health in 2010 whilst still maintaining her senior position in the NHS.

As well a being able to treat any problem in and around the pelvis, as well as the body as a whole, Helen is trained in visceral release and mobilisation, and often she will also use acupuncture/dry needling to further aid the recovery process.

Helen fully committed to her private practise in South West London in 2012. In this same year she was also very impressively chosen to be one of the official physiotherapists for the London Olympics. Helen is extremely passionate about women’s health in sport.

Since 2015, in between her full time clinical caseload, Helen provides post-graduate training with the POGP (UK’s official specialist physiotherapy interest group for pelvic health – to other physiotherapists around the UK & Ireland.

Helen qualified in the thoracic ring approach and the integrated systems model in 2013 (for more info: and has since been chosen to assist teaching LJ Lee and Diane Lee on their courses (

Helen also loves Crossfit ( and is a certified level one Crossfit trainer.

Helen manages and mentors the team who work in London acting as clinical lead. In Dublin, Helen is the Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist heading up the pelvic health team in the prestigious Blackrock Clinic (

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