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In The News: Articles Featuring Shulman & Associates
David Shulman Returns to BSO Academy (NY Times)
July 16, 2012: David Shulman's presence in this year's BSO Academy in Baltimore was noted in a New York Times article.
Shulman Collaborates to Aid Brass Players
July 19, 2011: In the Baltimore Trumpet Examiner article "Ailing brass players aided by Vander Kolk-Shulman-Fedderly Trio" Matthew Kitzen-Abelson writes about how David Shulman collaborates with Dr. Vander Kolk and BSO tubist David Fedderly to keep brass players healthy enough to play the rest of their lives.
The Musician's Physical Therapist
In a Baltimore Sun article called "Therapist Well-versed In Musicians' Pains: Practitioner Focuses on Local Instrumentalists," Tim Smith writes how David Shulman helps musicians overcome pain and get back to work.
David Shulman in Peabody magazine
Fall 2009: Patrick Mcguire sheds light on the hidden stresses, pain, and injuries so alarmingly common in the highly compettitive world of classical musicians. He shows us how the proper physical therapy and rehabilitation techniques are important to continue playing in top form (read article).
Daily Record Features David Shulman
September 2009: The Daily Record shows how David Shulman's physical therapy helps bring new life to musicians from such groups as the Peabody Conservatory and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Read article (PDF).
Manual Physical Therapy for TMD
October 2006: Manual physical therapy interventions and exercise for patients with temporomandibular disorders. Article from the journal Cranio suggests that patients with TMD who are treated with a rehabilitation program including manual physical therapy interventions plus exercise, with or without iontophoresis with dexamethasone, can demonstrate clinically meaningful improvements in disability and overall perceived change in a relatively short period of time (read article).
Freak Accident for BSO Horn Player