Playing Well with Dr. Kertz: Ergonomics for Bass Players

In this month’s video column of “Playing Well with Dr. Randall Kertz,” Dr. Kertz discusses and demonstrates the ergonomics of staying healthy as a bass player. This includes looking at common problems bassists face in their hands, wrists, forearms, elbows, etc.

You can find more on this topic in Dr. Kertz’s book, “The Bassist’s Guide to Injury Management, Prevention and Better Health,” and on his website at www.drkertz.com.

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Randall Kertz is a chiropractic physician, acupuncturist, educator, and author in private practice in suburban Chicago, IL. He treats many local, national, and international musicians of all playing styles in his office and on tour, and has lectured on the subject of musician’s injuries and health education worldwide, as well as consulting, designing, and developing ergonomic and health-related products for the music industry. He is also a bassist and has been involved in many other roles in and around the music business for over 35 years. His book, "The Bassist’s Guide to Injury Management, Prevention and Better Health," was first published in 2005, and is now available in its second edition. He can be reached at drkertz@drkertz.com, and his book can be purchased at Amazon, or at www.drkertz.com

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