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Published on BioPortfolio: 2018-01-19T11:17:09-0500
The purpose of this study is to examine the changes in postural stability in older adults following exposure to a beginning ballet dance technique course. Postural stability will be assess...
A high degree of turnout is desired by many dancers, because enables an efficient weight transfer; provides an excellent extension and control; and reduces the risk of injury when used pro...
The annual frequency of injury among dancers has been reported to range between 23-84% while as many as 95% of professional dancers have ongoing pain. The discrepancy between the number of...
Comparing the physical and sonographic findings of dancers with Chondromalacia patella to non-dancers athletes.
Is a parallel longitudinal protocol where half patients receive a experimental protocol and the other half receive orientation to maintain your daily live routine as usually. The experimen...
The aims of the study were to assess the kinematics of the lower limbs and pelvis during normal walking in professional ballet dancers and to investigate relationships between movements of segments of...
To compare the differences in bone mineral density (BMD) at loaded and non-loaded skeletal sites in professional ballet dancers. We hypothesized that in both male and female elite ballet dancers, a si...
The risk of musculoskeletal injury is multifactorial (Bahr 2005). Injury risk is a composite of intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors that can be modifiable or non-modifiable. Ballet dancers have uniqu...
Adolescent ballet dancers have a higher incidence of injury than adult professional dancers. It is unclear which factors, including biomechanical changes related to intense dance training and/or the g...
Sanders, DJ, Walker, AJ, Prior, KE, Poyssick, AN, and Arent, SM. Training demands and physiological profile of cross-disciplined collegiate female dancers. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2019-Lit...