The Baltimore Sun featured David Shulman in an article about musician health. Health providers are conducting research to treat musicians who injure themselves through constant practice and performance (especially string players). In the article, David gives insight about these types of injuries, noting an increased awareness among students. The report went into detail concerning what the future holds for music students, BSO players and others in the growing field of treatment for music-related injuries. For more details, read the full article in the Baltimore Sun: Advances help musicians with repetitive stress injuries continue to play.
- David Shulman Featured as a Musician’s Physical Therapist in the Baltimore Sun
- New Orleans North Jazz Fest 2016
- David to lead Trigeminal Neuralgia Support Group Meeting
- Bonerama and Panorama Jazz Band in the Holy Land
- Press Release: New Orleans North Jazz Festival Comes to Baltimore January 16, 2016
“David and his team are wonderful. They really take time getting to know you and offer great service. I’ve been to them for recurring back pain many times over the past 3 years.”
As a violinist with a substantial performance schedule, my worst nightmare was coming to fruition: chronic shoulder pain. I could not lift my arm, sleep on my left sides or play the violin without pain. David met my high hopes and even exceeded my expectations. I will always be grateful for David’s help and recommend him highly, especially to musicians!
– TLH, Concert Violinist
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