講者:全國自殺防治中心
日期:2015-09-01
觀看: 86
  • 00:27 1.
    Opening
  • 00:14 2.
    Introducing
  • 01:04 3.
    Gary Graffman & Leon Fleisher
  • 00:24 4.
    Part I: Musicians’ Attitude about Pain and Injuries
  • 00:17 5.
    Causes of Pain and Injury
  • 01:02 6.
    Types of Pain and Injury
  • 00:16 7.
    De Quarvains tendonitis
  • 00:22 8.
    Carpal tunnel
  • 00:15 9.
    Radial nerve entrapment
  • 02:03 10.
    Focal dystonia
  • 01:00 11.
    Focal dystonia: Epidemiology
  • 00:11 12.
    Muscles (Tubiana and Chamagne 1988)
  • 00:41 13.
    Extrinsic muscles
  • 00:41 14.
    Small intrinsic finger muscles
  • 00:05 15.
    Wrist extensor muscles
  • 00:10 16.
    Wrist extensor tendons
  • 00:09 17.
    Finger extensor tendons
  • 00:23 18.
    Finger flexor tendons
  • 00:09 19.
    Nerves (Tubiana 1988)
  • 00:13 20.
    Brachial plexux
  • 00:18 21.
    Median, ulnar, radial nerve
  • 00:14 22.
    Cutaneous nerves
  • 03:41 23.
    Naotaka Sakai, MD, PhD. MPPA December, 2008
  • 00:32 24.
    Part II: Education-Curricular Issues
  • 00:34 25.
    Graduate Research at School of Music University of South FloridaAnalysis of Cumulative Data: 1999-2012
  • 01:25 26.
    Research Topics
  • 00:04 27.
    Graduate Topics Continued
  • 01:38 28.
    Graduate Seminar: Music & Medicine
  • 00:25 29.
    Fit to Play, Mind-Body Integration for Musicians
  • 00:48 30.
    Yoga Training
  • 00:49 31.
    Physical Exercise/Posture Training
  • 01:00 32.
    Improvisation
  • 00:53 33.
    Proposal: PhD in Musical Art
  • 00:34 34.
    PhD in Music: Musical Arts and Research
  • 00:57 35.
    PhD Final Projects
  • 00:15 36.
    Part III: Multidisciplinary Collaborations at USF
  • 01:21 37.
    Multidisciplinary Research at USF:
  • 00:06 38.
    Part IV: Instrumentalists’ injury prevention study
  • 01:35 39.
    Health Intervention in Collegiate Instrumentalists
  • 00:04 39.1
    Subjects
  • 00:05 39.2
    Experiment
  • 00:15 39.3
    Design
  • 00:16 39.4
    Breathing Exercise
  • 00:15 39.5
    Physical Therapy Exercise: Stretch
  • 00:41 39.6
    Results
  • 00:25 39.7
    Student comments
  • 00:46 39.8
    Summary
  • 00:46 39.9
    Student Anxiety
  • 00:17 39.10
    Research Issues
  • 00:12 40.
    Motion Analysis: SimplifiedKinematics
  • 00:43 41.
    RESULTS
  • 00:46 42.
    Injury prevention strategies
  • 00:07 43.
    Part V: Research on Pianists’ Biomechanics
  • 00:59 44.
    NSC Robotics Lab
  • 00:03 45.
    Equipment: AvantGrand Piano (2010)
  • 00:20 46.
    5DT DataGlove
  • 00:39 47.
    Sensor-joint scheme
  • 00:42 48.
    MeasuringHand
  • 00:25 49.
    Eight piano tasks
  • 00:58 50.
    Skilled Pianists Hands
  • 00:33 51.
    Questions
  • 00:26 52.
    Demystifying Pianists’ Hands“Liszt hands were large.”
  • 00:56 53.
    Otto Ortmann (1929, 1962, 1984)
  • 01:00 54.
    Christoph Wagner (1988, 2006)
  • 00:30 55.
    Lee study (1990)
  • 00:15 56.
    Consensus
  • 01:13 57.
    Kinematics of Piano Playing(Jerde et al, 2006)
  • 00:44 58.
    Predictors
  • 01:09 59.
    Dependent variables (Performance Variables)
  • 00:57 60.
    Hand Biomechanics Differences by Sex
  • 02:15 61.
    Summary
  • 00:17 62.
    Implications
  • 01:00 62.1
    Graduate Student 1
  • 00:48 62.2
    Injured Pianists Examples
  • 00:31 62.3
    Graduate Student 8
  • 00:10 62.4
    Artist 4
  • 00:09 62.5
    Artist 6
  • 00:03 62.6
    Artist pianist 6 with heavy hand
  • 00:10 62.7
    Artist 6
  • 00:23 63.
    Knowledge of Hand and Arm Biomechanics
  • 00:03 64.
    Playing─posture matters!!!
  • 00:14 65.
    Speaking of posturefocal dystonia???
  • 00:08 66.
    Thank you!!!
  • 索引
  • 筆記
  • 全螢幕
醫師!我怎麼了音樂醫學-音樂演奏教學的新典範─Prof. Sang-Hie Lee(2014)
長度: 51:32, 瀏覽: 86, 最近修訂: 2021-11-10
課程主題:醫師!我怎麼了音樂醫學-音樂演奏教學的新典範
授課日期:1030514
講師: Prof. Sang-Hie Lee
課程長度:52分
 
講者首先以兩位鋼琴家為例,指出了音樂醫學的重要性,再者簡單講解了音樂家對工作傷害的態度、造成工作傷害的因素、工作傷害的類型、 手部的肌肉構造。講者之後講解了音樂課程的現況,包括一些幫助音樂家調適的課程,並講解了一些音樂醫學與演奏的研究。最後,講者以多個案例總結課程的重點。
    • 00:27 1.
      Opening
    • 00:14 2.
      Introducing
    • 01:04 3.
      Gary Graffman & Leon Fleisher
    • 00:24 4.
      Part I: Musicians’ Attitude about Pain and Injuries
    • 00:17 5.
      Causes of Pain and Injury
    • 01:02 6.
      Types of Pain and Injury
    • 00:16 7.
      De Quarvains tendonitis
    • 00:22 8.
      Carpal tunnel
    • 00:15 9.
      Radial nerve entrapment
    • 02:03 10.
      Focal dystonia
    • 01:00 11.
      Focal dystonia: Epidemiology
    • 00:11 12.
      Muscles (Tubiana and Chamagne 1988)
    • 00:41 13.
      Extrinsic muscles
    • 00:41 14.
      Small intrinsic finger muscles
    • 00:05 15.
      Wrist extensor muscles
    • 00:10 16.
      Wrist extensor tendons
    • 00:09 17.
      Finger extensor tendons
    • 00:23 18.
      Finger flexor tendons
    • 00:09 19.
      Nerves (Tubiana 1988)
    • 00:13 20.
      Brachial plexux
    • 00:18 21.
      Median, ulnar, radial nerve
    • 00:14 22.
      Cutaneous nerves
    • 03:41 23.
      Naotaka Sakai, MD, PhD. MPPA December, 2008
    • 00:32 24.
      Part II: Education-Curricular Issues
    • 00:34 25.
      Graduate Research at School of Music University of South FloridaAnalysis of Cumulative Data: 1999-2012
    • 01:25 26.
      Research Topics
    • 00:04 27.
      Graduate Topics Continued
    • 01:38 28.
      Graduate Seminar: Music & Medicine
    • 00:25 29.
      Fit to Play, Mind-Body Integration for Musicians
    • 00:48 30.
      Yoga Training
    • 00:49 31.
      Physical Exercise/Posture Training
    • 01:00 32.
      Improvisation
    • 00:53 33.
      Proposal: PhD in Musical Art
    • 00:34 34.
      PhD in Music: Musical Arts and Research
    • 00:57 35.
      PhD Final Projects
    • 00:15 36.
      Part III: Multidisciplinary Collaborations at USF
    • 01:21 37.
      Multidisciplinary Research at USF:
    • 00:06 38.
      Part IV: Instrumentalists’ injury prevention study
    • 01:35 39.
      Health Intervention in Collegiate Instrumentalists
    • 00:04 39.1
      Subjects
    • 00:05 39.2
      Experiment
    • 00:15 39.3
      Design
    • 00:16 39.4
      Breathing Exercise
    • 00:15 39.5
      Physical Therapy Exercise: Stretch
    • 00:41 39.6
      Results
    • 00:25 39.7
      Student comments
    • 00:46 39.8
      Summary
    • 00:46 39.9
      Student Anxiety
    • 00:17 39.10
      Research Issues
    • 00:12 40.
      Motion Analysis: SimplifiedKinematics
    • 00:43 41.
      RESULTS
    • 00:46 42.
      Injury prevention strategies
    • 00:07 43.
      Part V: Research on Pianists’ Biomechanics
    • 00:59 44.
      NSC Robotics Lab
    • 00:03 45.
      Equipment: AvantGrand Piano (2010)
    • 00:20 46.
      5DT DataGlove
    • 00:39 47.
      Sensor-joint scheme
    • 00:42 48.
      MeasuringHand
    • 00:25 49.
      Eight piano tasks
    • 00:58 50.
      Skilled Pianists Hands
    • 00:33 51.
      Questions
    • 00:26 52.
      Demystifying Pianists’ Hands“Liszt hands were large.”
    • 00:56 53.
      Otto Ortmann (1929, 1962, 1984)
    • 01:00 54.
      Christoph Wagner (1988, 2006)
    • 00:30 55.
      Lee study (1990)
    • 00:15 56.
      Consensus
    • 01:13 57.
      Kinematics of Piano Playing(Jerde et al, 2006)
    • 00:44 58.
      Predictors
    • 01:09 59.
      Dependent variables (Performance Variables)
    • 00:57 60.
      Hand Biomechanics Differences by Sex
    • 02:15 61.
      Summary
    • 00:17 62.
      Implications
    • 01:00 62.1
      Graduate Student 1
    • 00:48 62.2
      Injured Pianists Examples
    • 00:31 62.3
      Graduate Student 8
    • 00:10 62.4
      Artist 4
    • 00:09 62.5
      Artist 6
    • 00:03 62.6
      Artist pianist 6 with heavy hand
    • 00:10 62.7
      Artist 6
    • 00:23 63.
      Knowledge of Hand and Arm Biomechanics
    • 00:03 64.
      Playing─posture matters!!!
    • 00:14 65.
      Speaking of posturefocal dystonia???
    • 00:08 66.
      Thank you!!!
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