At Performance Medicine, we get it. We know that every performer is an amazing and complex mechanism, where every problem is different and every solution is a thing of bespoke attention and care. From stage to backstage to behind the backstage, from professional dancers and singers, to amateur dramatics, we see the bigger picture to performance.
We define ourselves through experience and the unique 360 environment we create, we provide the environment for clients to work with the leading performance medical practitioners in their field in a safe and familiar space of recovery and rejuvenation. We distinguish ourselves by understanding and treating the full spectrum of today’s performer, from body conditioning, muscle matter, to mind. And our holistic, three-sixty approach is re-shaping performance culture nationally and internationally. Whether we are tailoring a programme for a West End star on a hit show, or delivering a monthly workshop to the lighting crew on best practice, we always strive to improve industry standards and elevate personal performance back to excellence.
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