Barts NHS & QMUL Dance Injury Clinic
Mile End Hospital
Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG
Founded in partnership with NIDMS
How can I get an appointment?
You must first visit your GP, explain your injury concern and that you are a dancer, teacher, or choreographer and would benefit from dance-specialist treatment. Your GP will refer you to your chosen NHS Dance Injury clinic using the information below.
Please print this information or show this information on your phone during your GP appointment to help them make the referral.
Please note this service is a Secondary service, not Tertiary. Due to this service being an NHS service it is free at the point of use and as an NHS patient it is your legal right to choose where you would like to be referred.
Currently, the dance injury clinic referral is modified. Please send us your referral in either for the two following ways:
Email referral letters directly to Susan Lawrence.
Referrals can also be sent via Rheumatology (as below) 'defer to provider' on e-RS. These patients will be triaged. If allocated to the dance injury clinic, patients will be directed to the next available appointment.
From 1st October 2018, all GP referrals are now done electronically through the e-Referral System (e-RS).
The Sports and Dance clinics are available on e-RS as follows:
Mile End Hospital
Rheumatology - MSK - Routine Referral
Mile End Sport and Exercise Clinic
If you are unable to find the clinic on eRS, please contact the clinic secretary:
0208 223 8518 – Susan Lawrence
0208 223 8408 – Deborah Hession
Your appointment will take place at Mile End Hospital, Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DG. You will be seen at the dance injury clinic on a Monday afternoon.
If you have any problems or questions regarding your referral please contact the NIDMS Manager on: 020 7940 9804 or email@example.com
About the Barts & QMUL clinic
The Sports Medicine clinic at Mile End Hospital is staffed by highly qualified and experienced staff. It is part of the Bart’s Health NHS Trust. There are clinical sessions on Monday and Thursday afternoons. Staff include Sport and Exercise Medicine Consultants, Physiotherapists, and Podiatrists. There are regular multi-disciplinary meetings where complex cases are assessed and discussed by these staff as well as Radiologists and Orthopaedic Surgeons. The clinics have post-graduate students of Sport and Exercise Medicine attending, as part of a master’s programme run by the Centre of Sport and Exercise Medicine. The Centre is a world-renowned research unit which publishes regularly on aspects of Dance Medicine, as well as all other aspects of Sport and Exercise Medicine.