Performing Arts Medicine Book

Performing Arts Medicine

  • Author : Lauren E. Elson
  • Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Release Date : 2018-11-20
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 186
  • ISBN 10 : 9780323581837

Performing Arts Medicine Excerpt :

Covering the full spectrum of treatment guidance for dance artists, circus artists, musicians, and more, this practical title by Dr. Lauren E. Elson expertly explores the intersection of sports medicine and performing arts medicine. Ideal for practicing and trainee physiatrists, physical and occupational therapists, and sports medicine physicians, it addresses a wide range of relevant topics including auditory symptoms in musicians; management of the dancer’s foot and ankle, hip, and spine; return-to-dance or return-to-performance guidelines; and much more.

Performing Arts Medicine Book

Performing Arts Medicine

  • Author : Robert Sataloff
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2010-12-10
  • Genre: Uncategoriezed
  • Pages : 416
  • ISBN 10 : 0975886258

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Perspectives in Performing Arts Medicine Practice Book

Perspectives in Performing Arts Medicine Practice

  • Author : Sang-Hie Lee
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2020-03-27
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 433
  • ISBN 10 : 9783030374808

Perspectives in Performing Arts Medicine Practice Excerpt :

Performing Arts Medicine (PAM) is a growing area of specialization within the performing arts field, which addresses the multi-faceted health and wellness of performing artists. This sub-discipline within performing arts is interdisciplinary in nature, involving the expertise of performing arts educators and researchers, physicians and other health professionals. This first of its kind text appeals to a very wide audience that includes performing arts clinical practitioners and health science researchers as well as performing arts pedagogues and performing arts students. The first part of the text gives the reader an overview of the field and discusses over-arching themes and issues in PAM. Part two presents an array of music and dance research involving primarily case studies that address significant issues of concern for performing artists and have implications for pedagogical practice. Part three provides research-based perspectives derived from professionals sharing their in-practice experiences. Finally, part four describes useful PAM models of implementation supporting the needs of performing artists in different settings. Written by experts in the field, Perspectives in Performing Arts Medicine Practice is a valuable resource for performing arts physicians, educators and researchers.

Textbook of Performing Arts Medicine Book

Textbook of Performing Arts Medicine

  • Author : Robert Thayer Sataloff
  • Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Release Date : 1991
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 432
  • ISBN 10 : UOM:39015022032646

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Handbook of Esports Medicine Book

Handbook of Esports Medicine

  • Author : Lindsey Migliore
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-05-24
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 252
  • ISBN 10 : 9783030736101

Handbook of Esports Medicine Excerpt :

With over 450 million viewers worldwide and over $1 billion in revenue in 2019, competitive video gaming - known more popularly as esports - is not a fad, but rather a technological and cultural phenomenon. To remain competitive in this popular and sometimes lucrative field, gamers often practice upwards of 12 hours a day, performing anywhere from 400-600 actions per minute. As such, they are susceptible to a unique set of injuries and disorders from these complex movements, extended screen time and sedentary tendencies. This population requires motivated and educated healthcare providers familiar with their lifestyle and ailments to effectively prevent, diagnose, and treat relevant esports medical conditions. This handbook will serve as the first of its kind, an in-depth dive into the fundamentals of treating competitive video gamers created by the medical professionals and industry leaders. Esports medicine is a subspecialty in its infancy: Research, resources, and guidelines are evolving rapidly as more is understood about this burgeoning patient population. This unique handbook will provide a comprehensive overview of the basics of esports, play mechanics and terminology specifically targeted towards healthcare professionals previously unfamiliar with the subject matter. It will convey the essentials of an esports history and physical exam and act as a step-by-step guide for treating video gamers and esports athletes. Furthermore, it will guide providers through each and every major diagnosis related to gaming, with the specific mechanisms of the injury, relevant physical exam maneuvers, and treatments selected specifically for gaming, covering upper and lower extremity injuries, conditions of the neck and back, gaming ergonomics, and psychological, nutritional and cultural considerations. Timely and practical, Handbook of Esports Medicine will be a valuable resource for primarily sports medicine, orthopedic, physical medical and rehabilitation, and pediatric ph

Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities Book

Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities

  • Author : Bleakley Alan
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2019-07-31
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 444
  • ISBN 10 : 9781351241755

Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities Excerpt :

This authoritative new handbook offers a comprehensive and cutting-edge overview of the state of the medical humanities globally, showing how clinically oriented medical humanities, the critical study of medicine as a global historical and cultural phenomenon, and medicine as a force for cultural change can inform each other. Composed of eight parts, the Routledge Handbook of the Medical Humanities looks at the medical humanities as: a network and system therapeutic provocation forms of resistance a way of reconceptualising the medical curriculum concerned with performance and narrative mediated by artists as diagnosticians of culture through public engagement. This book describes how the medical humanities can be used in and out of clinical settings, acting as a point of resistance, redistributing medicine’s capital amongst its stakeholders, embracing the complexity of medical instances, shaping medical education, promoting interdisciplinary understandings and recognising an identity for the medical humanities as a network effect. This book is an essential read for all students, scholars and practitioners with an interest in the medical humanities.

The Musician s Hand Book

The Musician s Hand

  • Author : Ian Winspur
  • Publisher : JP Medical Ltd
  • Release Date : 2018-09-07
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 206
  • ISBN 10 : 9781909836815

The Musician s Hand Excerpt :

The Musician’s Hand – A Clinical Guide was the first book to focus on the specialised topic of the upper limb and hand in musicians: the conditions they suffer, the modified assessment and treatment they require and the importance of prevention. Since its publication in 1998, scientific and clinical progress has been made in all these areas. The second edition of The Musician’s Hand has been completely revised under the editorship of hand surgeon Ian Winspur to reflect this expansion in our knowledge. The book opens with introductory chapters describing the principles of hand and arm pain as it is experienced by musicians, and summarising the problems associated with playing various instruments (woodwind, violin, piano, etc). Subsequent chapters cover the specific disorders seen in musicians, (Dupuytren’s, nerve compression syndromes, etc) describing the therapeutic solutions to each one and highlighting the key prevention strategies available. Closing chapters focus on related topics such as performance psychology and pharmacotherapy. Featuring contributions from world renowned performers such as Imogen Cooper and global experts in the field, The Musician’s Hand, Second Edition provides essential insight to upper limb problems in musicians, not only for surgeons, doctors and therapists, but for all students and teachers of performing arts medicine and to musicians themselves.

Music as Care  Artistry in the Hospital Environment Book

Music as Care Artistry in the Hospital Environment

  • Author : Sarah Adams Hoover
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2021-05-30
  • Genre: Music
  • Pages : 142
  • ISBN 10 : 9781000401509

Music as Care Artistry in the Hospital Environment Excerpt :

This book provides an overview of professional musicians working within the healthcare system and explores programs that bring music into the environment of the hospital. Far from being onstage, musicians in the hospital provide musical engagement for patients and healthcare providers focused on life-and-death issues. Music in healthcare offers a new and growing area for musical careers, distinct from the field of music therapy in which music is engaged to advance defined clinical goals. Rather, this volume considers what happens when musicians interact with the clinical environment as artists, and how musical careers and artistic practices can develop through work in a hospital setting. It outlines the specialized skills and training required to navigate safely and effectively within the healthcare context. The contributors draw on their experiences with collaborations between the performing arts and medicine at Boston University/Boston Medical Center, University of Florida/UF Health Shands Hospital, and the Peabody Institute/Johns Hopkins Medicine. These experiences, as well as the experiences of artists spotlighted throughout the volume, offer stories of thriving artistic practices and collaborations that outline a new field for tomorrow's musical artists.

Creativity and the Performing Artist Book
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Creativity and the Performing Artist

  • Author : Paula Thomson
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2016-12-30
  • Genre: Performing Arts
  • Pages : 500
  • ISBN 10 : 9780128041086

Creativity and the Performing Artist Excerpt :

Creativity and the Performing Artist: Behind the Mask synthesizes and integrates research in the field of creativity and the performing arts. Within the performing arts there are multiple specific domains of expertise, with domain-specific demands. This book examines the psychological nature of creativity in the performing arts. The book is organized into five sections. Section I discusses different forms of performing arts, the domains and talents of performers, and the experience of creativity within performing artists. Section II explores the neurobiology of physiology of creativity and flow. Section III covers the developmental trajectory of performing artists, including early attachment, parenting, play theories, personality, motivation, and training. Section IV examines emotional regulation and psychopathology in performing artists. Section V closes with issues of burnout, injury, and rehabilitation in performing artists. Discusses domain specificity within the performing arts Encompasses dance, theatre, music, and comedy performance art Reviews the biology behind performance, from thinking to movement Identifies how an artist develops over time, from childhood through adult training Summarizes the effect of personality, mood, and psychopathology on performance Explores career concerns of performing artists, from injury to burn out

The Authentic Performer Book

The Authentic Performer

  • Author : Jennie Morton
  • Publisher : Compton Publishing Limited
  • Release Date : 2015-05-11
  • Genre: Performing arts
  • Pages : 198
  • ISBN 10 : 1909082473

The Authentic Performer Excerpt :

"Illuminated with interviews with leading performers from many disciplines, the book provides detailed information on the physiological processes behind performing arts related injuries giving the reader the information to better manage their own health. Also examined is the culture of training in the performing arts and how best to prepare student performers for life in the profession."--Cover.

Dance Wellness Book

Dance Wellness

  • Author : Wilmerding, Mary Virginia
  • Publisher : Human Kinetics
  • Release Date : 2016-10-12
  • Genre: Performing Arts
  • Pages : 232
  • ISBN 10 : 9781492515814

Dance Wellness Excerpt :

Dancer Wellness, created by the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science, offers guidance on the foundations, mental components, and physical aspects of dancer wellness. Readers will learn concepts and strategies to develop as dancers and to create their own dancer wellness plan.

Psychology and Performing Arts Book

Psychology and Performing Arts

  • Author : G.D. Wilson
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 1991-01-01
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 324
  • ISBN 10 : 9026511191

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Performing Arts Medicine in Clinical Practice Book

Performing Arts Medicine in Clinical Practice

  • Author : Howard A. Bird
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2015-11-17
  • Genre: Medical
  • Pages : 183
  • ISBN 10 : 9783319124278

Performing Arts Medicine in Clinical Practice Excerpt :

​For many general practitioners, physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropracters, patients with a background in performing arts account for only a small proportion of their practice. This simple primer assists the reader in the management of these highly complex (and sometimes highly strung) elite athletes. This book is pitched at the Masters level. A first degree in a medical speciality is assumed so space has not been allocated to the standard management of common conditions such as epicondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, ankle sprains of fractures. With some thirty years practical experience around the theme of "Controversies in Performing Arts Medicine", the editor has provided occupational rheumatological care for performing artists, especially instrumentalists and dancers with complex ailments. The introductory section provides a basic insight into the musculoskeletal problems specific to each of the many varied instruments and styles of dance. Consideration is also given to musculoskeletal aspects that affect the voice.

Performing Arts Medicine Book

Performing Arts Medicine

  • Author : Robert Thayer Sataloff
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2010
  • Genre: Performing arts medicine
  • Pages : 402
  • ISBN 10 : 0975886223

Performing Arts Medicine Excerpt :

Performing Arts Medicine, 3rd edition, updates and expands chapters from the previous editions of this ground-breaking text. It provides a unique compilation of expert insights into the medical and psychological care and treatment of artists in all genres of the performing artists. This book reviews the history of arts medicine, provides an overview of the causes of medical problems in performing artists, and offers expert, comprehensive chapters by world-renowned specialists on neurological, visual, vocal, auditory, respiratory, musculoskeletal, psychological, and other problems encountered by performers. It also includes chapters on hearing loss, hand and arm surgery in musicians, physical therapy for musicians, dancers¿ back and leg injuries, the development of young performers, and other topics. This unique text was written to provide insight for physicians, but the information contained is just as valuable for performers and for acting, music, and dance teachers. Covering music, dance, voice, and theater arts. Available in e-book and print editions.

The Musician s Way   A Guide to Practice  Performance  and Wellness Book

The Musician s Way A Guide to Practice Performance and Wellness

  • Author : Gerald Klickstein
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release Date : 2009-08-06
  • Genre: Music
  • Pages : 360
  • ISBN 10 : 9780199711291

The Musician s Way A Guide to Practice Performance and Wellness Excerpt :

In The Musician's Way, veteran performer and educator Gerald Klickstein combines the latest research with his 30 years of professional experience to provide aspiring musicians with a roadmap to artistic excellence. Part I, Artful Practice, describes strategies to interpret and memorize compositions, fuel motivation, collaborate, and more. Part II, Fearless Performance, lifts the lid on the hidden causes of nervousness and shows how musicians can become confident performers. Part III, Lifelong Creativity, surveys tactics to prevent music-related injuries and equips musicians to tap their own innate creativity. Written in a conversational style, The Musician's Way presents an inclusive system for all instrumentalists and vocalists to advance their musical abilities and succeed as performing artists.