Welcome to UNT Texas Center for Performing Arts Health
She was hardly a stranger to pain. Over her career she has endured a torn Achilles tendon, a pulled hamstring and bursitis. Like most dancers, she pirouettes through the pain.
two feet pointed in a ballerina pirouette, the left is in a slipper the right has several bandaids
“I wake up every morning and wonder if the pain is going to affect my performance, or worse, is it going to affect the length of my career,” she said. “But pain is just part of the world I live in, and each injury becomes part of my journey.”
On September 30, 2016, the UNT Health Science Center hosted a symposium with various guests and presentation topics. Videos from this symposium are now available for streaming.
• Learn about health problems associated with learning and performing music
• Improve your understanding of the need for health education in music education
• Gain practical insights on meeting TEKS requirements during the 2016-2017 school year
For more information go to: www.unthsc.edu/healthinmusiceducation/
Dr. Sajid Surve was recently featured in two articles regarding his work with musicians:
How I Practice: Texas DO gets in tune with musicians
June 3, 2016
Kate Samano | TheDO.osteopathic.org