Birmingham BAPAM Clinic
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
Call and register with BAPAM on 0207 404 5888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you finding that a health problem is affecting your ability to perform?
BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) is now running a free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Birmingham.
If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both in the NHS and from other specialists, and advise you about sources of financial support for people experiencing health problems affecting their ability to work or study.
BAPAM are delighted to be working with Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, who are hosting the clinic, Dr Diana Newson, GP and Performing Arts Medicine specialist, and Louise Curley, specialist physiotherapist.
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire are committed to supporting and developing performance excellence by providing specialist health and wellbeing services to their students. Through their key support for the new BAPAM clinic, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire are now helping to bring this approach to the wider performing arts community in the West Midlands.
To find out more visit www.bapam.org.uk and to make a free, confidential appointment call BAPAM on 020 7404 8444.