Lynne Krayer-Luke, flutist and Body Mapping specialist

A Case for Body Mapping 

Resources

Harman, S.E. (1998). The evolution of performing arts medicine. In R.T. Sataloff, A.G. Brandfonbrener, R.J. Lederman (Eds.), Performing Arts Medicine (2nd edition) (p. 1-18). San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.

Fry, H.J.H. (1986). Incidence of overuse syndrome in the symphony orchestra. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 1, 51-55.

Fishbein, M., Middlestadt S.E., Ottati V., Straus S., Ellis A. (1988). Medical problems among ICSOM musicians: Overview of a national survey. Medical Problems of Performing Artist, 3, 1-8.

Barton, R., & Feinberg, J.R. (2008). Effectiveness of an educational program in health promotion and injury prevention for freshmen music majors. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 23, 47-53.

Hildebrandt, H., & Nubling, M. (2004). Providing further training in musicophysiology to instrumental teachers: Do their professional and preprofessional students derive any benefit? Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 19, 62-69.

Medoff, L.E. (1999). The importance of movement education in the training of young violinists. MedicalProblems of Performing Artists, 14, 210-219.

Spahn, C., Hildebrandt, H., & Seidenglanz, K. (2001). Effectiveness of a prophylactic course to prevent playing-related health problems of music students. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 16,24-31.

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