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Medical Guidance and Treatment for Performing Artists

As a musician, jazz enthusiast, and author of numerous publications about musicians and dancers, Scott E. Brown, M.D., takes the business of performing arts seriously. His practice focuses on the particular needs of musicians and dancers.

Treatment is available for the following types of conditions:

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  • tendonitis
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • muscle cramps
  • myofascial pain
  • overuse syndromes
  • arthritis
  • chronic pain
  • nerve entrapment
  • motor control problems
  • low back pain
  • foot and ankle pain
  • other joint pain

Aside from conventional techniques, patients may be referred for complementary approaches such as acupuncture, massage and movement therapies.

Treatment may include:

  • a prescribed regimen of relative rest
  • special therapeutic exercise
  • instrument modification
  • injection techniques and physical therapy

To schedule a consultation, call 410-601-5597

Musicians should bring their instruments to the appointment, if possible. Dancers should bring footwear and shorts. A piano is available in the office.