Posts Tagged ‘anatomy’

BAPAM Training Day, May 21, Manchester

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

Saturday May 21, 09.30 – 16.30

Kraak – 11 Stevenson Square, Manchester M1 1DB

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Our Performing Arts Medicine Training Days are ideal for healthcare professionals and others engaged in performing arts welfare who want to develop their skills in this fascinating specialism.

Chantel McGregor, Guitar

The main theme of the forthcoming BAPAM Training Day is Guitar Playing.

This is a great opportunity to learn from peers, make connections and share unique insights. We’ll be joined by expert clinicians, researchers and professional guitarists to demonstrate playing and technique as well as join our Q&A panel.

The programme for the day is currently being finalised, but will include:

Morning session:

Dr Alan Watson, Reader in Anatomy, Cardiff University. Anatomy of the wrist, hand and fingers particularly in relation to guitar playing.

Virginia Whiteley, Physiotherapist, Leeds. Guitarists’ musculoskeletal problems and their treatment.

Dominique Royle, Physiotherapist, Cornwall. Self help strategies and injury prevention for guitarists.

Chantel McGregor, Rock guitarist. Practical demonstration of guitar playing and technique.

Afternoon session:

Closed session for BAPAM Clinicians (focus on Regional/AMABO doctors).

Parellel session -  Q&A with rock musicians on lifestyle issues.

Research presentations from students completing the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine at UCL.

Tickets cost £120

BAPAM Registered Practitioners: £90
BAPAM colleagues and Assessing Clinicians: £50
UCL Performing Arts Medicine students: Free

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If you prefer to book your place offline, please call us on 020 7404 5888.

BAPAM Training Day November 2015 – Upper Strings

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

Our next Training Day will be held in London on Saturday 21st November. The theme of the day is Upper Strings.

Our Performing Arts Medicine Training Days are ideal for healthcare professionals and others engaged in performing arts welfare who want to develop their skills in this fascinating specialism.

We present perspectives from people working in the performing arts as well as the expertise of experienced medical practitioners. This is a great opportunity to make connections and share unique insights.

We’ll be joined by professional and student musicians to demonstrate some of the issues raised in presentations including:   

Physical issues & assessment in upper string players
Dr David Fielding
GP with special interest in Musculoskeletal issues, and former BAPAM clinician.

Playing, performing, teaching
Dr Ursula Benz
Performer; Visiting Professor in Violin at Birmingham Conservatoire; Medical Doctor at Ludwig-Maximillians-Universtät Medical Faculty, Munich

Anatomy in relation to upper strings
Dr Alan Watson
Reader in Anatomy, Cardiff University

Research summary: how performance problems develop and how the Alexander Technique can help overcome them
Dr Alison Loram
Alexander Technique Teacher, BAPAM registered practitioner and violinist

Lunch is included in the ticket price.

The Event takes place at Resource for London, 365 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA

Advance booking is essential - Buy tickets here

Cancellations prior to 7 November  will be fully refunded.

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BVA Study Day – How the Breath Inspires

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Experts including Alan Watson (The Biology of Musical Performance), Jeannette Nelson (Head of Voice, National Theatre) and Ed Blake (specialist physiotherapist) investigate the physiology of breathing. How does the mechanism of breathing relate to speech and singing?

How the Breath Inspires – the next British Voice Association Study Day, on Sunday 23rd September 2012, covers anatomy, physiology and function, and practical applications for voice, both spoken and sung. Workshop sessions explore links between breathing and voice.

Full programme and booking form here.