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A talk on Zoom by Krzysztof Izdebski, PhD. Professor Izdebski teaches Voice Health & Physiology at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. https://sfcm.edu/faculty/krzysztof-izdebski
Dr. Izdebski did research at the University of California at San Francisco Medical School, on patients with severe RSI who developed voice RSI.
Where: Online – Zoom
Date: 23 October 2021
Time: 11:00 am to 12.30pm (Pacific Daylight Saving Time)
Everyone is welcome. Presented by the East Bay Repetitive Strain Injury Support Group in Berkeley, California.
11:00 am to 11:10 am Introduction of Speaker
11:10 am to 11:50 am Dr. Izdebski
Why do some people develop RSI and not others?
Once a person has RSI of the hands or arms, does that predispose them to develop other RSI's i.e. extremities, or voice?
What does your research and practice suggest are causes of RSI conditions?
What are the most common types of voice RSI?
What are best practices to avoid getting voice RSI and what should people do once they have developed voice RSI?
Any tips for people computing by voice?
11:50 am to 12:25 pm Questions and Answers
12:25 pm to 12:30 pm End of questions and closing meeting
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Here's an article of Dr. Izdebski's https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/014556130408300317
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After the talk, we'll make a link to the archived recording available on this event webpage.
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