U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” ranks NYU Langone among the top 10 in the country for orthopedics, rheumatology, and rehabilitation.
Our medical team, which is actively involved in research and education into dance-related injuries, is dedicated to providing dancers with the following services:
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We collaborate with other NYU Langone sports health experts to provide complete care that meets your medical, rehabilitation, and performance needs.
We accept many types of health insurance. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. No professional dancer or pre-professional dance student is turned away due to an inability to pay.
To schedule an in-office appointment or a video visit, please call 212-598-6054. For more information about our services, you can call 212-598-6054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointments for our Dance Clinic, physical therapy, and injury prevention assessments must be made by phone.
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You can also sign up to receive our quarterly e-newsletter, In Contact, which provides information about our programs and services, as well as expert advice about injury prevention and management, healthcare resources for dancers, and relevant research findings.
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We are leaders in dance medicine research. We also offer online and live continuing medical education (CME) and continuing education unit (CEU) certificate courses.
At the forefront of our educational programming is DanceMedU, an accredited online course series. We offer Principles of Dance Medicine: Clinical Management of the Dancer Patient for healthcare professionals and the dance community.
In addition, our live education courses for healthcare and dance professionals provide evidence-based research findings, explore dance medicine as a potential career path, and provide education on injury prevention and dancer wellness.
Join us on Saturday, October 3, 2020, for a virtual continuing education course, Considerations in Dancer Health. Geared toward healthcare professionals and dance educators, the course will address select movement and psychosocial demands affecting dancer health. Learn more about the course and how to register.
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