BAPAM Performing Artist GP Clinics
The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) is the largest provider of career-specific healthcare for performers in the UK. They are now running a monthly clinic with Dr. Nina Amedzro, in partnership with Sage Gateshead.
Please note, in light of the current public health situation, consultations with Dr. Amedzro will take place via phone or video call rather than in person. Please register and BAPAM will confirm arrangements.
Who is the clinic for?
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.
Who will I be seeing?
Dr. Amedzro is a BAPAM and NHS GP with a special interest in performers’ health. A musician herself, she has supported many performers and creators since qualifying as a doctor in 2003, helping with physical and mental health concerns affecting performance work and studies. In her spare time, she enjoys watching her favourite bands and discovering new music.
How do I get an appointment?
If you have a performance related health problem, call 020 8167 4775 or email [email protected] to talk to one of the BAPAM team, register and book a free appointment.
To book an appointment call 020 8167 4775 or email [email protected] to talk to one of the BAPAM team, register and book for free.