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Stanmore NHS Dance Injury Clinic

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, Brockley HillStanmore, Middlesex HA7 4LP 

How can I get an appointment?

  • You must first visit your GP, explain your injury concern and that you are a dance student or professional, (e.g. freelancer, teacher, 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  show this information on your phone or bring a printed copy to share 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

Referral options/details

All GP referrals are now done electronically through the e-Referral System (e-RS), previously called Choose & Book. GPs can find the referral option by searching.

Referrals can also be made by Consultants and Medical Specialists from other hospitals. These can be done via letter, fax or email.​

Helpful phone numbers and email:

Full postal details

Sport, Exercise & Musculoskeletal Medicine (SEMM) Service
Dept of Rheumatology & Sports Medicine
Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation Medicine (OARM) Unit
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
Brockley Hill
Middlesex HA7 4LP

If you have any problems or questions regarding your referral please contact the NIDMS Manager on: 0207 940 9804 or manager (@) 

"The service was very good and it was clear to me that the doctors were experienced in the field. It was very important for me to be able to talk about my injury with them and assess how to go ahead"

- Igor Urzelai, Dance Artist. 

Our Team

The Stanmore NIDMS Clinical Team

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