Gina Reinge

MSc, BSc (Hons), Adv Dip ST, Dip SM. MSTA

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Gina began treating injuries in 2006 after completing a Sports Therapy Advanced Diploma from the Active Health Group in Manchester. She then went on to complete a Sports Science Degree with Manchester Metropolitan University in 2012 and a Masters Degree, with Distinction,  in Sport and Health Sciences at  Exeter University in 2013.

Gina initially worked around the Bristol area at various clinics including Bristol University Sports Centre and The Medical, before starting her own clinic in Portishead. On meeting her husband, they joined forces to provide a full multidisciplinary clinic in Portishead. 

Gina has lectured at both the University of Bath’s judo coaching degree program, as well as on Bath Universities Sports Massage program.

Gina, is co-owner of the Award Winning Reinge Clinic  based in Kenilworth and  Bristol, she has worked extensively in elite sport, in particular in Rugby with Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club and Team Bath Judo, working with international elite Judo players.

In 2018 she was awarded FHT Complimentary Therapy Award for Pain Management, Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation for her work with clients with chronic diseases and has been published in The International Therapist Magazine. The Spring 2019 issue, carries a three page article detailing Gina’s award winning work with the condition, Adhesive Arachnoiditis.

Gina was a speaker at the 2019 Therapy Expo at the NEC in Birmingham.

MSc Sport and Health Sciences – Exeter University (passed with Distinction) 2013

Modules: 

  • Physical Activity and Mental Health
  • Physical Activity in the prevention and treatment of Chronic Diseases
  • Paediatric Exercise and Health

Dissertation: The effect of aerobic exercise on attentional control levels in adolescent children.

BSc (Hons) Sports ScienceManchester Metropolitan University – 2012

Modules:

  • Biomechanics
  • Physiology
  • Psychology

 

Level 5 Advanced Diploma Sports Therapy Active Health Group – 2006

Level 4 Diploma Sports Massage  – Active Health Group – 2006

Level 4 Obesity and Diabetes ManagementWeight Management Centre – 2012

Gina is a BASES Certified Exercise Practitioner

CHEK institute – Scientific Core Conditioning – 2007

CHEK institute – Primal Movement Patterns – 2007

Human Kinetics – Spine injury Management in sport – 2008

Peak Sporting Performance– Shoulder Joint Examination – 2009

Sports Coach UK – Safeguarding and Protecting children – 2010

Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute – Mobilisation of the nervous system – 2010

Essential Training Solutions – Level 3 Diploma in Pathology – 2011 

CHEK institute – Advanced Swiss Ball Training for Rehabilitation – 2012 

HENRY – Childhood Obesity  – 2012  

Gina began treating injuries in 2006 after completing a Sports Therapy Advanced Diploma from the Active Health Group in Manchester. She then went on to complete a Sports Science Degree with Manchester Metropolitan University in 2012 and a Masters Degree, with Distinction,  in Sport and Health Sciences at  Exeter University in 2013.

Gina initially worked around the Bristol area at various clinics including Bristol University Sports Centre and The Medical, before starting her own clinic in Portishead. On meeting her husband, they joined forces to provide a full multidisciplinary clinic in Portishead. 

Gina has lectured at both the University of Bath’s judo coaching degree program, as well as on Bath Universities Sports Massage program.

Gina, is co-owner of the Award Winning Reinge Clinic  based in Kenilworth and  Bristol, she has worked extensively in elite sport, in particular in Rugby with Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club and Team Bath Judo, working with international elite Judo players.

In 2018 she was awarded FHT Complimentary Therapy Award for Pain Management, Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation for her work with clients with chronic diseases and has been published in The International Therapist Magazine. The Spring 2019 issue, carries a three page article detailing Gina’s award winning work with the condition, Adhesive Arachnoiditis.

Gina was a speaker at the 2019 Therapy Expo at the NEC in Birmingham.

MSc Sport and Health Sciences – Exeter University (passed with Distinction) 2013

Modules: 

  • Physical Activity and Mental Health
  • Physical Activity in the prevention and treatment of Chronic Diseases
  • Paediatric Exercise and Health

Dissertation: The effect of aerobic exercise on attentional control levels in adolescent children.

BSc (Hons) Sports ScienceManchester Metropolitan University – 2012

Modules:

  • Biomechanics
  • Physiology
  • Psychology

 

Level 5 Advanced Diploma Sports Therapy Active Health Group – 2006

Level 4 Diploma Sports Massage  – Active Health Group – 2006

Level 4 Obesity and Diabetes ManagementWeight Management Centre – 2012

Gina is a BASES Certified Exercise Practitioner

CHEK institute – Scientific Core Conditioning – 2007

CHEK institute – Primal Movement Patterns – 2007

Human Kinetics – Spine injury Management in sport – 2008

Peak Sporting Performance– Shoulder Joint Examination – 2009

Sports Coach UK – Safeguarding and Protecting children – 2010

Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute – Mobilisation of the nervous system – 2010

Essential Training Solutions – Level 3 Diploma in Pathology – 2011 

CHEK institute – Advanced Swiss Ball Training for Rehabilitation – 2012 

HENRY – Childhood Obesity  – 2012  

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