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Berlin Center for Musicians Medicine - comitted to the health of musicians

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The Berlin Center for Musicians Medicine (BCMM) offers comprehensive diagnostics and therapy of music-medical illnesses for professionals and amateurs. Medical experts from the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin work together with specialists from the University of Music and the University of the Arts. Out of this interdisciplinary cooperation extensive therapy and prevention offers are developed.

The experts of the BCMM jointly cover all relevant medical disciplines. There are music-specific physicians, physiotherapists, body, voice and psychotherapists. They know the music-specific loads, often have their own musical background. Musicians can have their complaints clarified during a special consultation. The focus of the treatment is:     

  • Performance anxiety     
  • Diseases of the oral region     
  • Neurological diseases, e.g. focal dystonia     
  • Musculoskeletal disorders    
  • Voice disorders
  • Skind disorders

Another advantage of the BCMM for musicians is that the coordination of the advice and treatment remain in one hand. Examinations and therapies are individually tailored with a lot of experience in music medicine, so many ways and multiple clarifications can be avoided for those affected. There is also a large network of other cooperation partners and professionals in the field of music medicine.

The scientific focus is on the study of neurological and motor disorders as well as anxiety disorders and pain syndromes. In addition to the classic conventional medical treatment procedures, complementary medical therapies such as osteopathy and acupuncture are also offered.

The Berlin Center for Musicians Medicine is funded by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF),  Friede Springer Stiftung and Musicboard Berlin.