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Occupational Medicine, Worker's Compensation, and the Performing Arts

Ralph A. Manchester
From: Medical Problems of Performing Artists: Volume 28 Number 1: Page 1 (March 2013)

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Abstract: Performing arts medicine has made significant progress over the last three decades, and not infrequently we have looked to the field of sports medicine for inspiration and strategies. It seems that we have looked to occupational medicine less often as a model to emulate, but that may be worth reconsidering. The article by Chimenti et al. in this issue of MPPA found that only a small percentage of injured musicians filed a claim for worker's compensation, even though most of them had sought medical care.

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