Danse Suisse is committed to ensuring that dancers have a long and healthy professional career. The physical and mental strain in the dance profession is great; therefore the prevention of injuries and a healthy working climate and environment are of particular importance. Danse Suisse works at various levels to promote healthy working conditions for dance professionals. Danse Suisse also regularly offers workshops that provide dance professionals on stage and in schools with dance medicine knowledge. Danse Suisse is in regular exchange with organisations specialised in dance medicine in Switzerland and abroad.
Since its foundation in 1997, the German organisation tamed has been committed to creating awareness for the health of dancers at various levels. Following international standards, tamed works on comprehensive dance medical care for dancers in Germany from the beginning of their career. Beyond professional stage dance, tamed addresses dancers of all styles, age groups and performance levels.
The International Association for Dance Medicine & Science (→ IADAMS) was founded in 1990 by an international group of dance physicians, dance educators, dance scientists and dancers. The members are equally drawn from the medical and dance professions and have grown from an initial 48 members in 1991 to currently over 900 members from 35 countries worldwide.