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Musical performance-associated musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are a common health problem among professional musicians. String players are the most affected group of musicians in this matter. Faults in upper body posture while playing the instrument, causing unergonomic static strain on the back and unergonomic limp-movements, are a main reason musculoskeletal disorders and pain syndromes.
Violinists suffer from many injuries that occur during the years of playing. Therefore, establishing good technique can avoid some of these problems. Good technique can be learned if the violinist establishes correct body movement during playing. There are specific movements, in both hands and arms, which must occur when playing the violin, in order to achieve proper tone, pitch, volume, and quality
Proper posture and proper ergonomics is essential to playing your instrument freely and avoiding Playing Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (PRMD’s) and Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI’s). 75% of players suffered from finger and/or hand pain. Of those, 30% had tendonitis; 20% muscle problems.