Monthly Archives: June 2011

Learning to Play the Piano- A Traditional Teacher or the Modern Way?

I think to best answer this question, you need to ask yourself what you wish to achieve?   If you are looking at concert pianist status, I think I can comfortably suggest a traditional teacher and music school is the way to go.   On the other hand, if you are just interested in playing […]

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Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis

  Piano and the Risk of Tendonitis By: Paul Tobey   As someone who has lived through 3 incredibly painful bouts of tendonitis, both in my left arm and right arm, I thought it important to pass on some information that has helped me deal with this in the past. It is important to understand that […]

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Relieving Symptoms of Tendonitis With Chiropractic Therapy

Relieving Symptoms of Tendonitis With Chiropractic Therapy Relieving Symptoms of Tendonitis With Chiropractic Therapy By Dr Jeremy Portmann Whether it be tennis elbow, runner’s knee, or jumper’s knee, all these conditions point to tendonitis: a fibrous tissue inflammation that connects the muscles to the bone, causing movement restriction and resulting pain. Often, athletes (casual or […]

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