performing arts medicine


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performing arts medicine

[pər¦fȯrm·iŋ ′arts ‚med·ə·sən]
(medicine)
A subspecialty in medicine that deals with problems specific to the activities of dancers, musicians, and vocalists.
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Other organizations interested in performing arts medicine began working with PAMA with an international initiative called PAMAForte
The work was updated in a second edition as Performing Arts Medicine (San Diego: Singular Pub.
Kenneth Brandt received support from both the dean of the Indiana University School of Music and the dean of the IU School of Medicine to establish the Performing Arts Medicine Clinic at the IU Medical Center.
This literature review presents a range of innovative medical applications of music in stress management, biofeedback, psychoneuroimmunology, pain relief and performing arts medicine.
An increasing number of reliable sources are becoming available through organizations such as the Performing Arts Medicine Association, the National Association of Schools of Music and MTNA.
Dunk'N'Funk 2002 was, in fact, a celebrity basketball tournament in aid of the British Performing Arts Medicine Trust.
But in spite of the efforts of researchers in performing arts medicine, and the plethora of outstanding books, workshops, symposia and so on, this percentage remains stubbornly high.
Robert Jackson, a physician at Methodist Hospital's Center for Performing Arts Medicine who works with Houston Ballet dancers, always recommends eating before taking NSAIDs to avoid indigestion.
Goitz, MD, associate professor and chief, orthopaedic sports medicine and director, Center for Performing Arts Medicine, at the Medical College, led the research effort that compared collegiate soccer players -- 33 men versus 33 women.
The National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) and the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) have released of a set of advisories on neuromusculoskeletal and vocal health.
Occupational Diseases of Performing Artists, a performing arts medicine bibliography, December 2000: www.
If you are having any significant problems, such as discomfort that has lasted longer than a week or so, it may be time to consult a healthcare professional who has expertise in performing arts medicine.
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