British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) is an English charity that runs a nationwide network of free diagnostic assessment clinics in order to sort out the performance-related health problems of professional and student performing artists, mostly musicians. The majority of patients that are seen have muscular problems, but other issues, such as difficulties around voice, hearing, and mental health, can also arise.

BAPAM relies entirely on doctors (mostly GPs but also occupational health and sports medicine specialists) who either provide their services for free or for a limited payment.

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