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IADMS 2013 - The effects of a four week Gyrotonic® exercise program on dancers’ hip joint active range of motion and performance quality

The effects of a four week Gyrotonic® exercise program on dancers’ hip joint active range of motion and performance quality

Christine Corbett, MSc; Edel Quin, MSc, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance,
London, UK

Gyrotonic® exercise is a methodology created by a professional dancer, Juliu Horvath, involving
movements that are three-dimensional and circular combined with breathing patterns and

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IADMS 2002 - Strengthen Transversus Abdominis, Pelvic Floor, Diaphragm, Multifidi (Core Muscles) and Iliopsoas with Pilates Exercises

Strengthen Transversus Abdominis, Pelvic Floor, Diaphragm, Multifidi (Core Muscles) and Iliopsoas with Pilates Exercises

Harriett Jastremsky, BA
Noho Pilates Studio, New York, New York, USA
The Physicalmind Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

Participants: This movement session is for educators, therapists, and researchers who want to learn Pilates exercises to strengthen their core muscles and iliopsoas.

IADMS 2002 - Snapping Hip Syndrome in the Adolescent Ballet Dancer: Potential Causes, Clinical Findings and Treatment Outcomes

Snapping Hip Syndrome in the Adolescent Ballet Dancer:
Potential Causes, Clinical Findings, and Treatment Outcomes

Heather Southwick, PT, Michelina Cassella, PT, Christine Ploski, PT
Department of Physical Therapy, Children’s Hospital,
Boston Ballet Physical Therapy Clinic
Boston, MA, USA

IADMS 2002- Activity Level of Dancers after Total Hip Replacement (THR) Surgery

Follow-up Background Questionnaire Study of Dancers
in Previous Study: Activity Level of Dancers after
Total Hip Replacement (THR) Surgery


Judith B. Alter, EdD
Emeritus Associate Professor, UCLA Dept. World Arts and Cultures
Los Angles, California, USA


IADMS 2003 - Pelvic Floor Support for Dance Technique

Pelvic Floor Support for Dance Technique

Eric Franklin
Institute for Movement Imagery Education, Uster, Switzerland

IADMS 2002 - The Role Of Hip Arthroscopy in Dancers with Acetabular Labral Tears and Their Rehabilitation

The Role Of Hip Arthroscopy in Dancers with Acetabular Labral Tears and Their Rehabilitation.

Brent Anderson, PT, OCS
Polestar Education, Balanced Body, University of Miami
Miami, Florida, USA

Marc Phillipon, MD
Orthopedic Center, Holy Cross Medical Group
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

IADMS 2002 - Total Hip Replacement in Dancers

Total Hip Replacement in Dancers

Inge R. A. E. Buyls, BA (dance) and A.B.M.(Boni) Rietveld, MD, BA (mus.)
Netherlands Medical Centre for Dancers and Musicians
The Hague, The Netherlands


In a previous study van Dijk et al. found no significant difference in degenerative changes in the hip joints of former professional female dancers and pair matched controls (1).

IADMS 2002 - The Use of the Alexander Technique to Help in the Prevention of Hip Injuries

The Use of the Alexander Technique to Help in the Prevention of Hip Injuries

Madeleine Samuelson White, ARAD, MSTAT
Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
London, England


Many dancers, including myself, have had to have hip replacement operations. The purpose of this presentation is to see how the use of the Alexander Technique can help prevent such outcomes.

IADMS 2002 - Undiagnosed Hip Joint Labrum Tear in a Dancer: A Case Study

Undiagnosed Hip Joint Labrum Tear in a Dancer: A Case Study

R. Brick Campbell, MD; Norfolk PT Center
Paula D Cole, MPT; Tidewater Association of Dance Medicine
Gail C. Grisetti, PT, EdD, Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA, USA


Hip pain affects a dancer’s ability to perform. Understanding causes of hip pain provides for accurate and timely diagnosis and treatment.

Purpose
To discuss diagnosis and treatment of a young dancer with hip pain.

Subject

IADMS 2002 - Bending the Rules: Is Modifying Class Good Enough for Dancers with Hip Pain?

Bending the Rules:
Is Modifying Class Good Enough for Dancers with Hip Pain?

Leigh Anne Roberts, MPT; Jennifer M. Gamboa, MPT, OCS
Body Dynamics, Inc.
Arlington, Virginia, USA

Peter Lavine, MD
Orthopaedic Private Practice
Washington, D.C., USA


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