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(Hyperacusis)
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  • Health Education for Musicians. [Journal Article]
  • FPFront Psychol 2018; 9:1137
  • Matei R, Broad S, … Ginsborg J
  • Context and aims: Many musicians suffer for their art, and health is often compromised during training. The Health Promotion in Schools of Music (HPSM) project has recommended that health education s...
  • Hyperacusis in children: The Edinburgh experience. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2018; 112:39-44
  • Amir I, Lamerton D, Montague ML
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our paediatric cohort, hyperacusis is more common in boys and in those children with ASD. A combined treatment approach with behavioural therapy and the provision of a sound-ball has a very high success rate in our experience.
  • [Musculoskeletal, hearing and skin problems related to playing the instrument]. [Journal Article]
  • MPMed Pr 2018 Jul 12
  • Jacukowicz A, Wężyk A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Playing-related health risks translate into relatively high prevalence of musculoskeletal as well as hearing and skin problems among musicians. Hence, it is essential for future studies to search for risk factors for these health problems as well as effective corrective and therapeutic measures. Med Pr 2018;69(4).
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