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Performance Injury Subject Guide


Books

The Anatomy Coloring Book
By Wynn Kapit & Lawrence M. Elson. Allen Library Stacks [QM25 K36 1977]

Awareness through Movement: Health Exercises for Personal Growth
Mortensen Library Shelves [RC489 F44 F44 1990]

Playing Less Hurt
By Janet Horvath. Allen Library Stacks [RC965 H67 P53]

Resumes for Performing Arts Careers
Career Services Shelves [PN1580 .R47 2004]

Trauma and the Performing Artist Featuring Leon Fleisher.
Allen Library AV [MA RC965 P46 F5 (cassette tape)]


Call Numbers

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BF172
Alexander Technique

ML3820/3822
Physiological Aspects of Music

RA785 (Mortensen)
Relaxation, Rest, and Stress Management

RC965 P46
Performing Arts Medicine

RD97.6 (Mortensen)
Overuse Injuries -- Prevention


Databases

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Indexing and abstracts for over 8,000 journals in all subject areas, with full text of articles from nearly 4,600. Includes some popular magazines as well as scholarly journals.

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Comprehensive database of international literature, covering every aspect of medicine and healthcare. Accessible through two services. If one is busy, try another. Abstracts available.

PEDro (The Physiotherapy Evidence Database)
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Abstracts of randomized controlled trials and systematic reviews in physiotherapy. Most include quality ratings to assist in justifying validity and interpretability. Includes link to a Tutorial. Provided by the Centre for Evidence-Based Physiotherapy, and maintained at the University of Sydney.

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Find complete, full-text information from leading nursing, allied health, and related publications. Designed to meet the needs of researchers at health-care facilities as well as students enrolled in nursing and allied health programs at academic institutions.

PubMed (MEDLINE)
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Comprehensive database of international literature, covering every aspect of medicine and healthcare. Accessible through two services. If one is busy, try another. Abstracts available with limited full text.


Periodicals

Direction Journal: A Journal on the Alexander Technique online

International Journal of Arts Medicine

Medical Problems of Performing Artists
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Music and Medicine online


Subject Headings

Alexander Technique

Feldenkrais Method

Music - Physiological Aspects

Overuse Injuries - Prevention

Performing Arts Medicine


Websites

Alexander Technique
[http://www.life.uiuc.edu/jeff/alextech.html]
Includes a full description of the technique, recommended publications, links to societies, and a separate page, Alexander Technique for Musicians.

Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss
[http://www.musicianswithhearingloss.org/wp/]
Official website of AAMHL

Center for the Performing Artist at New York Presbyterian Hospital
[http://www.nyp.org/performingartists.html]
This is a hospital program devoted specifically to the needs of various performing artists, the site has brief rundowns of various conditions and the option to schedule appointments with doctors at the hospital.

The Feldenkrais Method
[https://feldenkrais.com/]
A good resource for information about the Feldenkrais Method. The Resources section (under About) is especially helpful.

Musicians and the Alexander Technique
[http://www.alexandertechnique.com/musicians.htm]

MusiciansHealth.com
[http://www.musicianshealth.com]

Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine
[http://www.nismat.org/patients/injury-evaluation-treatment/other-upper-body/cumulative-trauma-disorders-and-the-musician]
This is a link to a specific article, but the 'Physical Therapy Corner' area of the website has articles geared towards musicians and dancers with information on specific conditions and areas of the body most prone to injury.

Performing Arts Medicine Association
[http://www.artsmed.org]
Official website of PAMA. Follow the link under the Education tab for a good list of related websites.


The web version of this document can be found online at
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