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When your body is the most important tool in your work, staying healthy is a top priority.

HEART shares concepts and advances in sports medicine as applied to artists via online resources, in person workshops and lectures. 

Artists share their health & wellness stories, and you can find healthcare tips in our blog.

 

 

I was so tired of watching artists fumble through the management of their own injuries, prematurely ending promising careers or living for years with unnecessary pain. I wanted to have a place where I could share, educate and inspire. 

 

But that initial vision has already grown. Treating various artists in my clinic, I quickly realized that there is no greater inspiration than hearing the stories of other artists. The stories of pain, uncertainty if anyone would know how to treat them, and feeling lost in the medical system made me realize how isolating injuries can feel. But hearing how artists managed through their uncertainty provides guidance and hope.  How does a pastry chef deal with bicep tendonitis during wedding cake season? How do guitarists keep themselves healthy? How do dancers get back on stage after a serious injury? How do singers find their voice? Artists like you have opened up and shared their most vulnerable and triumphant stories.

 

Check out inspiring artists stories and healthcare tips in our blog below

November 22, 2017

Flamenco Dancer Lilie Last of Espacio Flamenco talks with us about her experience with a traumatic injury during the middle of a dance season. We discuss the importance of a proper diagnosis, management strategies during rehearsals and performance. The emotional components of managing injuries and still getting on stage. 

We caught up with Alisa Alba at the Festival Flamenco de Albuquerque 2017

Alisa shares with us, the year long process of being diagnosed with a cervical disc herniation and returning to the stage. She talks with us about attempting to dance through the injury, her decision to not have surgery, her rehab process and her triumphant return to the stage as a soloist with the Yjastros: The American Flamenco Repertory Company

Joaquin Gallegos at the Festival Flamenco de Albuquerque 2017

Joaquin shares with us his philosophy on guitar technique, self care, exercise and practice to keep him healthy.

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