BAPAM Performing Arts Medicine Clinic in Belfast – 10 Feb

BAPAM’s free face to face clinic in Belfast is run by Dr Christine Hunter (BAPAM and NHS GP), and Kathy Harris (Performance Physiotherapist) and takes place monthly. The next session is on 10th February. Online consultations are also still available with a range of BAPAM clinicians.

There’s more information at, and to book an appointment, people can call us on 020 8167 4775, or email

BAPAM provide expert clinical advice to musicians and other creative practitioners working and studying in the performing arts. BAPAM clinicians understand health needs in creative careers and help with problems including injuries and pain, muscular tension, voice problems, hypermobility, performance anxiety and other mental health concerns impacting creative work. BAPAM clinics enable accurate diagnosis and advice, and help people navigate an effective care pathway to overcome problems quickly and safely.

BAPAM (British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) is a medical charity and CQC-regulated healthcare provider funded by performing arts organisations including Help Musicians, the MU, Equity, PPL, PRS Members’ Fund and Dance Professionals Fund.

BAPAM also deliver a wide range of free healthy practice webinars which are listed here and cover topics including physical, mental, vocal and hearing health.

BAPAM Helpline: 020 8167 4775 /, 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday
Twitter: @ukbapam

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New Belfast Community Arts Initiative trading as Community Arts Partnership is a registered charity (XR 36570) and a company limited by guarantee (Northern Ireland NI 37645).Registered with The Charity Commission as New Belfast Community Arts Initiative - NIC105169.