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Rudolf Nureyev Foundation The medical website of Rudolf Nureyev Foundation contains articles on dance medicine and science for dancers, dance educators, and health professionals. All abstracts from the IADMS 10th (Miami), 11th (Madrid), and 12th (New York) Annual Meetings are posted here. General articles are available to all persons. Health professionals must register (at no charge) to access the articles for health professionals. Health professional may also publish (post) their own articles (including graphics) on the site. The site is available in French and English.
Harkness Center for Dance Injuries Information about the clinical, educational, and research activities of this center, located in New York, New York. Information for patients (including "Common Dance Injuries"), for students (including "Dance Medicine as a Career") and for dance medicine professionals.
Harlequin Dance Floors Information from this international supplier of dance floors and dance floor systems for the professional dancer and stage performer.
Dance Magazine Information on this magazine and related publications.
Balanced Body This company has manufactured and sold Pilates equipment since 1976. You will also find videos and many other products for dance health and rehabilitation.
Westside Dance Physical Therapy Information about this provider of physical therapy for dancers and other performing artists in New York, New York, USA.
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance Organization headquartered in London, UK, whose mission is to provide a vibrant centre of excellence for lifelong learning in dance and dance related activity, serving the community at a local, national and international level.
Shenandoah University Information on this institution's performing arts medicine masters certificate program, intended to educate health care professionals and performing art educators on the prevention, assessment, and management of injuries and disorders specific to dancers, theatre artists, and musicians as well as to promote clinical research to determine best practices.
Gaynor-Minden Comprehensive information from this maker of pointe shoes, including a "Health and Safety" section with an "Ask a Dance Medicine Expert" forum.