At Restore and Rebalance Physiotherapy Belfast
We aim to Restore and Rebalance your bodily aches and pains back to full health.
Restore and Rebalance Physiotherapy Belfast is a North Belfast based Physiotherapy and Pilates Clinic is founded by Emma McArthur who is a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor with over 17 years experience in the expert treatment of Back Pain, Neck Pain, Nerve Pain, Joint Pain and Dysfunction, Sports Injuries and Pregnancy Related Back and Pelvic Pain.
Emma McArthur qualified from Glasgow Caledonian University with a 2:1 BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy 2001. She has recently undertaken a postgraduate MSc (Rehabilitation) and has an MSc module in Sacroiliac and Lumbar Spine Management. She has also completed post graduate training to enable her to treat pregnancy related back, pelvic and rib dysfunction. Emma is also a fully qualified Pilates Instructor.
All Physiotherapists working at the clinic are trained to a senior level and are experts in treating musculoskeletal conditions, in particular back pain, neck pain, nerve pain, headaches, sports injuries and pregnancy related back and pelvic pain.
Many of the clinic’s clients have traveled from as far away as Sligo and the North Coast, such is its reputation for the effective treatment and management of injuries from the simple acute sports injury to complex musculoskeletal conditions, such as multiple joint and nerve pain presentations.
Restore and Rebalance Physiotherapy Belfast has had great success in resolving chronic complex conditions which many other health professionals have failed to have had an impact on. This success is put down to the manual, hands-on approach that our Physios take to treatment.
“Our belief is that the integrity of joints, muscles and nerves have to be addressed before levels of pain can be reduced on a permanent basis.”
“This can only be effectively achieved by restoring normal joint range of movement, nerve mobility and tissue health through the application of manual physiotherapy techniques.”
e.g. It makes more sense to restore a joints’ range of motion and function before adding an exercise to maintain the improvement gained, rather than exercising a joint while still painful.
Pain is after all the bodies warning system.
It is not commonly known that spinal dysfunction can lead to movement dysfunction in other parts of the body which can then lead to further overuse injuries and pain. The spine can also refer pain to peripheral limb joints even though the spine itself may not present with pain. Both these aspects of injury development are very often overlooked.