If you are an injured musician, you are not alone!

Musicians have had to put up with the idea that they are invincible, unable to talk about injury, and their jobs are easy!

We understand that these things are not true, and we strive to change that attitude.

Whether you’re at the highpoint of your career, or taking a break from performing, everything we do is confidential and we take our job very seriously when it comes to helping you perform pain and injury free.

Below you will find information about staying healthy in your business. Grab a cup of tea and have a read through. If you have any questions, or would like to book in for a session please contact us. We can chat about any concerns you have and help with some options; we try to stay flexible.

Ten Most Common Reasons We See Musicians Get Injured

  • Carrying heavy cases and equipment
  • Not knowing when to stop
  • Long flights/Tour bus/Van rides
  • Mental and physical exhaustion
  • Heavy repetitive movements from playing your instruments
  • Badly planned stage dives
  • Dehydration
  • Lack of sleep
  • Bad posture and lack of strength
  • Small, obscure and cramped working environments

Got Questions?

It can be hard to ask for help and harder when you think your questions might sound ‘silly’. We promise, there are no silly questions.

But to help you figure out if you really need us, these are the questions we get asked most often.

If we haven’t answered your question, please feel free to contact us and we’ll do our best to help!

How would a musician get injured?
I have a niggle when I play, should I worry about it?
Shouldn’t I ‘suffer for my art’?
There’s not much I can do about it anyway… is there?
How are you going to help?
I have survived without you for this long, can’t I just keep going?
Will you make me play/rehearse less?
Will you make me perform with perfect posture? Because that looks lame.
Will you give me stretches/exercises?
How long/often will I have to see you for?
Will the treatment hurt?
I’m having trouble rehearsing/playing because of pain, is this normal?

 

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Please contact Kaja directly on +61 434 031 900 if you are concerned. Let’s just have a chat and see how we can help you.

 

Alternatively if you are ready to get help and live in Brisbane book your appointment online here.