What to do when your music teacher can't help you with music-related injuries...
Your music teacher may be the very first person you talk to about the pain, tingling, or numbness that you've been experiencing. They might have advice some helpful for you, but what do you do when the advice doesn't really work?
In this video, Joseph Arnold and Aaron Bigeleisen talk about how to deal with the doubt and uncertainty that comes up when you start having painful symptoms and it seems like your music teacher is just as lost as you are.
We also share exactly what to look for in the people you seek help from for chronic pain and discomfort, such as:
- Overuse injuries
- Carpal tunnel
- TMJ syndrome
- Back pain
- *That spot* in your shoulder
- And other musician's injuries
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Joseph Arnold, Violinist, Alexander Technique Teacher, and Co-Founder of the Soulforce Music School
Aaron Bigeleisen, Vocalist, Alexander Technique Teacher Trainee, and Co-Founder of the Soulforce Music School
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