Following its ceremonial opening on March 26, the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network Clinic for Performing Artists at the Peabody Institute is now offering students and faculty, by appointment, assessments and treatment for performance-related disorders and injuries. A groundbreaking collaboration between Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Peabody Institute, the Peabody Clinic is the first of its kind to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services on the campus of a premier conservatory, and to integrate training in injury prevention into academic coursework. The services provided by the Peabody Clinic include medical and therapeutic services, wellness, and educational programs.
The Center for Music and Medicine, a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins medical community and the Peabody Institute, was featured in an article in The Baltimore Sun. The article highlights co-found and co-director Dr. Alexander Pantelyat and how the center was started with the assistance of Peabody guitar faculty, Serap Bastepe-Gray, and Special Assistant to the Dean for Innovation, Interdisciplinary Partnerships, and Community Initiatives, Sarah Hoover. Read the full article here.