Posts Tagged ‘Hand Injuries’

Health, Injury and Prevention Workshop for Musicians

Monday, June 10th, 2013

Kathy Whitehouse, cellist and cello teacher with a special interest in posture and injury prevention, has organised this interactive workshop for musicians covering common playing related injuries; particularly the hand, shoulder and back; how they may be prevented and treated.

Guest speaker: Mr Ian Winspur

Mr Ian Winspur is a Consultant Plastic and Hand Surgeon, who has focused his interests and specialisation in Hand Surgery and the management of complex hand problems. He has a specialist interest in the musician’s hand and has helped many professional musicians to maintain comfortable performance and continued careers in the face of hand conditions or post-trauma. Mr Winspur is co-author of The Musician’s Hand with BAPAM’s Dr Christopher Wynn Parry.

Dr Simon Shaw: GP, specialist registrar in rehabilitation medicine, dancer and movement practitioner

Dr James Inklebarger: Tutor in Osteopathy and Specialist in Exercise and Sports Medicine

Kathy Whitehouse, LLCM: Cellist, Cello teacher with a special interest in posture and injury prevention

June 22nd 2013, 2 – 5 pm

London College of Osteopathic Medicine
8 / 10 Boston Place
London
NW1 6QH

Cost £35

Musicians, please take your instrument

Booking: 0207 262 1128

Bookings limited to 15 places

Please note this event is not organised by BAPAM

 

Well-being for Cellists

Friday, March 4th, 2011

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Click on the  image for the event flyer.

The London Cello Society‘s Well-being for Cellists workshop takes place on Sunday 13th March 2011 at the Royal Academy of Music. Expert presenters,  Katherine Butler (Preventing Hand Injuries), Selma Gocken (Alexander Technique), Erika Klemperer (Psychodynamic Psychotherapy) and Felicity Vincent (Pilates Method) discuss:

How do we play our instrument in harmony with our design?

How can we take advantage of the wonderful natural coordination we possess as human beings?

How can we pass on to our students the knowledge that will prevent injuries?

What are the emotional challenges of our profession and how do they affect our well-being?

The event costs £50 or just £25 for students/concessions with a 25% discount for LCS members.

Click here for more information and to book your place.