Campbell graduated from UUJ in 1993 and since then has gained extensive experience in a wide range of specialisms, both in the public and private sector. Over the years he became more and more interested in the treatment of musculo-skeletal pain, and particularly spinal pain. The post he held just before launching into private practice full-time, was Clinical Specialist in Spinal Pain in Musgrave Park Hospital. He took credentialed post graduate examinations in The McKenzie Institute, The Society of Orthopaedic Medicine, The Maitland Approach, The Bowen Technique, The Use of Acupuncture for the Relief of Pain and The Sarah Key Method. Campbell has taught the Sarah Key method to GPs and physiotherapists both in Northern Ireland and in Highgrove. He has a passion for helping people better understand their back pain, make significant gains even with chronic pain, and begin to self manage their condition.
All staff are registered with the appropriate professional bodies, including the HCPC
In July 2014 Kerry and her colleague Caroline Morris, launched a Private Speech and Language Therapy business called Small talk NI. They run courses for playgroups, schools, Day Care Nurseries and Creche staff in how to best help children become confident communicators, run language promotion groups in three venues and provide one to one therapy. For more information please visit www.smalltalkni.co.uk
Suzanne graduated in 1990 from UUJ and brings extensive experience from many years of practice both in Northern Ireland in the NHS and from her time in Boston,USA. She has special interest in the rehabilitative care of orthopaedic, medically and neurologically impaired adults and elderly clients. Suzanne also specialises in treating people suffering from balance disorders and dizziness, providing vestibular rehabilitation to clients referred by consultants or GPs. She is an APPI Pilates instructor and takes classes and 1:1 Pilates weekly at The Clinic.
Julie Strain graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from UUJ. She had previously graduated with a Law degree from QUB and practised in law, before commencing her studies in physiotherapy, an area of great interest to her. During her training she gained experience in Trauma and Orthopaedics, Respiratory, Care of the Elderly, Outpatients and Neurology. She joined The Clinic team in December 2013 and has continued her professional development gaining qualifications in the following areas: Sports Massage Diploma, Baby and Enfant Massage Diploma,Combined Taping Course, Sports Specific First Aid Course and Specialized Body Geometry Bike Fit.
David graduated from QUB in 1994 and was the Bio-Mechanical Specialist in Musgrave Park Hospital for many years. He is the Managing Director of Footcare Northern Ireland, one of our country’s first manufacturers of custom-made orthotics and ankle braces. His was the first company in the UK to introduce 3D foot and cast scanning. David has lectured at Queens on bio-mechanics and orthotic manufacture. He is the designer of the first in-shoe rocker brace, now widely recommended for clients with ankle pathologies.
Sian graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a first class honours degree in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Since graduating Sian has worked in private practice in Northern Ireland and has spent time in Colombia volunteering as a Podiatrist under the guidance of an American Podiatric Surgeon within an international medical team. Sian’s main interests lie within general podiatric care due to the varied work load and nail surgery. Recently Sian has taken a course in podiatric acupuncture under Dr Anthony Campbell..
Lynne joined our team in July 2012 as a part time receptionist and administrator. Lynne helps keep the clinic running smoothly, by filing, organising and making appointments. Hers will be the quiet voice you often here at the end of the line. Lynne is mother to three teenage boys and also helps to facilitate a ladies study group at Belfast Bible College.
Katie graduated in 2010 from UUJ and continued her studies in UCD to complete an MSc in Advanced Physiotherapy. This included a year of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture. She gained clinical experience in the NHS in Nottingham, providing community physiotherapy as well as clinic based treatment, and assisted in clinics for chronic pain. Since moving home in 2014, she has worked in the Belfast Trust specialising in Fractures with inpatient and outpatient physiotherapy, utilising state of the art equipment. She has undertaken APPI Pilates courses and enjoys teaching classes and integrating these techniques into treatment. She has been physio to St. Marys GAA and Armagh minor hurling teams, as well as various rugby and football teams.
Connor Baird studied physiotherapy at the University of Ulster, giving him widespread experience in the fields of musculoskeletal rehabilitation and the management of sporting injuries. He also gained experience in neurological rehabilitation, particularly the management of patients following stroke, as well as respiratory care and care of the elderly. He has always had a keen interest in guiding the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries to help clients reach their full potential. He joined the team in The Clinic in 2016 and provides 1:1 physiotherapy treatments, sports massage and deep tissue massage. He also takes 1:1 Pilates sessions and small group modified Pilates classes, which are offered several days and evenings per week.