Most of these involve the ankle, foot, knee or lower back for dancers, and the shoulder, wrist and fingers for instrumentalists. The majority are due to overuse and repetitive stress, but other risk factors include fatigue, incorrect technique, poor footwear, and flooring that provides insufficient supportive impact for the joints.
PAMC’s services include:
Laryngitis, vocal cord haemorrhages, polyps and nodules are some of the common injuries in vocalists. Besides hoarseness and poor vocal endurance, a performer can be affected by a variety of medical conditions which can include laryngitis, rhinitis and sinus disease, and gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Other services based on the patient’s personalised treatment plan include:
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