29th Annual Conference Presentations

- Dance Science Research

- Dance Medicine & Biomechanics

- Dance for Health

30th Annual Conference Presentations 

- Dance for Health

- Dance Medicine

- Dance Research

- Interactive/Movement Sessions

- Dance Educators

- Dance Science

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iConference

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The IADMS iConference is a FREE, members-only series of eLearning sessions, available ON-DEMAND until September 15, 2021. iConference includes CME/CEU enduring materials*, webinars, and virtual networking events for our membership. 

iConference is an opportunity for all those involved in the field, or with an interest in the field of dance medicine and science, to connect and discuss recent research and clinical findings that can improve the health outcomes and injury prevention for dancers and through dance practice. Content includes select presentations from our 29th Annual Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and our planned conference agenda from the 30th Annual Conference, as well as eNetworking sessions led by IADMS Committee Chairs, and Q&A sessions with presenters.

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iConference: iPresentations from IADMS 29th Annual Conference

DANCE SCIENCE RESEARCH


MEMBERS ONLY

Release Date: July 13, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 3 hours

CME/CEUs: 1.5

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.


Presentation(s):

Relationship Between Energy Availability, Dietary Macronutrients on Bone Mineral Density in Male and Female Vocational Ballet Dancers (10 minutes)

Juncal Roman, MSc

The Effect of the 'Flipped Classroom Model' on Altering Knowledge and Behavior in Collegiate Dancers (10 minutes)

Mary Petrizzi, MS

Technology in Dance: Reflecting on a Data-Driven Rehab (20 minutes)

Adam Mattiussi, MSc, BSc

The Research Process for Students in Dance Medicine and Science (50 minutes)

IADMS Student Committee, Presented by Elizabeth Yutzey MFA

 

*Further Features of Systematic Literature Reviews and Applications to Dance Medicine & Science Current Knowledge: Quality Assessment and Meta-Analysis (50 minutes)

IADMS Research Committee

Manuela Angioi, PhD

Aline Noguiera Haas, PhD

Claire Hiller PT, PhD

*Gender Separation in Training: Right or Wrong? (10 minutes)

Elizabeth Yutzey, MFA

*Stress, Coping and Psychological Skills of Conservatoire Dance Students: Evaluating Psychological Wellbeing in Practice (20 minutes)

Liliana Araujo, PhD, C.Psychol

*The Validity of Inertial Measurements Units in 3-D Lower Body Analysis of Classical Ballet Movements (10 minutes)

Rachel Ward, PhD, BMedSci

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DANCE MEDICINE AND BIOMECHANICS


MEMBERS ONLY

Release Date: July 20, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 2 hours 30 minutes

CME/CEUs: 1.75

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.

Presentation(s):

Incidence, Anatomical Location, and Mechanism of Bone Stress Injuries in Pre-Professional Male and Female Ballet Dancers. A Two-Year Cohort Study (10 minutes)

Maria Chiara Galvan, MSc

The Effects of a 9-week Hip Focused Weight Training Program on Hip and Knee Kinematics and Kinetics in Amateur and Professional Female Dancers (10 minutes)

Sandro Rajic, MSc

The Effect of an 8-week Neuromuscular Training Program on Jump Performance and Landing Biomechanics in Female Adolescent Recreational Dancers: A Controlled Trial (10 minutes)

Karen Sudds, MSc

Relationship Between Maximal Ankle Strength and Saut-de-Chat Leaping Performance (10 minutes)

Paige E. Rice, MSc

 

*Biomechanical Determinants of Partner Selection in Sport Ballroom Dancing Couples (10 minutes)

Adrianna Banio, Ph.D.

*The Burden of Musculoskeletal Injuries in Pre-Professional Ballet Dancers: A 3-Year Prospective Cohort Study (10 minutes)

Sarah Kenny, Ph.D.

*Hip Joint Cartilage Defects in Professional Ballet Dancers: a 5-Year Longitudinal Study (10 minutes)

Sue Mayes, Ph.D., B.App.Sci

*Managing Concussion Symptoms: Myths, Science, Consensus, and Practical Strategies (20 minutes)

Lynda Manwaring, Ph.D., Psych

*Musculoskeletal Injuries in Pole Dancers: A Prospective Surveillance Study (10 minutes)

Joanna Nicholas, Ph.D. BSc

*Spine Interventions for the Young In-Season Athlete (30 minutes)

Mohan Radhakrishna, MD

*The Effect of Fatigue on Hip and Knee Landing Kinematics in Dancers (10 minutes)

Danielle Jarvis, PhD, ATC

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DANCE FOR HEALTH


MEMBERS ONLY

Release Date: July 27, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 2 hours 30 minutes

CME/CEUs: 1.75

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.


Presentation(s):

Health within Dance Pre-Professional Training in France: A Sociological Perspective of Difficulties and Benefits (10 minutes)

Camille Casale, MS

Move Dance Feel: Exploring Dance and Wellbeing with Women Affected by Cancer (20 minutes)

Emily Jenkins, PgDip, MA

Multisensory Instruction Addresses Learning Diversity and Enhances Dance Skill Learning and Performance (20 minutes)

Andrea Downie, MA

Understanding the Dancer with Scoliosis (10 minutes)

Suzanne Koucheravy, BS

 

*Brain Research of Dance: Preparation, Analysis, and Application (50 minutes)

Hanna Poikonen, PhD, MSc

*Dance for Health: A Ten-year Program of Work (30 minutes)

Emma Redding, PhD, MSc

*Movement for Multiple Sclerosis: a Multi-Site Partnership for Practice and Research (20 minutes)

Elizabeth Johnson, MFA, BFA

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iConference: iPresentations from IADMS 30th Annual Conference

DANCE FOR HEALTH


MEMBERS ONLY

Release Date: September 21, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 4 hours 20 minutes

CME/CEUs: 2.25

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.


Presentation(s):

*Deconstructing mental health and addictions in dancers (60 mins)

Guest Speaker: Antonio Ocana MD

Epiphany360, Marina del Ray, CA, United States

A summary of the WHO 2019 scoping review, synthesising the evidence on the role of dance in improving health and well-being (10 mins)

Emily Jenkins PgDip, MA1,2

1Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, United Kingdom; 2English National Ballet, London, United Kingdom

*Autonomy, collaboration, creativity and dignity: evaluating a three-year dance for dementia programme (10 mins)

Bethany Whiteside MSc, PhD1, Lisa Sinclair MA2

1Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom; 2Scottish Ballet, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Community arts programming supports social engagement and personal growth in older adults (10 mins)

Niyati Dhokai PhD1, Holly Matto, PhD2, Emily Ihara PhD2, Catherine Tompkins PhD2, Shane Caswell PhD3, Nelson Cortes PhD3, Rick Davis DMA1, Sarah Coogan MS3, Victoria Fauntroy BS3, Elizabeth Glass MA1, Judy Moon Lee MEd1, Gwen Baraniecki-Zwil MSc1, Jatin Ambegaonkar PhD, ATC3

1Hylton Performing Art Center, George Mason University, Manassas, VA, United States;2Department of Social Work, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, United States;3Sports Medicine Assessment, Research, and Testing (SMART) Laboratory, George Mason University, Manassas, VA, United States

*Dance and music engagement affects health outcomes in older adults: a randomized controlled trial (10 mins)

Jatin Ambegaonkar PhD, ATC1, Holly Matto PhD2, Emily Ihara PhD2, Catherine Tompkins PhD2, Nelson Cortes PhD1, Sarah Coogan MS1, Shane Caswell MS1, Victoria FauntroyBS1, Elizabeth Glass MS3, Judy Lee MEd3, Gwen Baraniecki Zwil MSc3, Rick Davis3, Niyati Dhokai PhD3

1Sports Medicine Assessment, Research, and Testing (SMART) Laboratory, George Mason University, Manassas, VA, United States; 2Department of Social Work, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, United States; 3Hylton Performing Arts Center, George Mason University, Manassas, Virginia, United States

*Dance and Parkinson’s: the effects on girdle dissociation during the turning movement (20 mins)

Aline Hass PhD1, Marlene Brito Fortes BA2, Fruzsina Nagy BSc2, Marcela dos Santos Delabary MSc1, Leonardo Alexandre Peyré-Tartaruga PhD1, Tina Smith PhD2, Yiannis Koutedakis PhD2, Matthew Wyon PhD2

1Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil; 2University of Wolverhampton, Wasall, United Kingdom

Dance for Multiple Sclerosis: a national ballet company's medical and engagement departments collaborate to propose data collection via digital application (10 mins)

 

Catherine Cassidy BAMartin Lanfear MSc, PT

Scottish Ballet, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Dancing through aging (60 mins)

Interactive Session

 

Krista White MA1Vanessa Paglione Bkin2, Anne Flynn MA2, Sarah J. Kenny PhD2,3,4

1University Heights Community Association Dance and Movement Program, Calgary, AB, Canada; 2Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; 3O’Brien Institute for Public Health, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; 4Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada

*Effects of dance and Nordic Walking program on strength and flexibility in Parkinson’s disease (20 mins)

 

Aline Haas PhD1, Rebeca Gimenes Donida MSc1, Mariana Wolffenbuttel BA1, Marcela dos Santos Delabary MSc1, Ana Paula J. Zanardi MSc1, Elren Passos-Monteiro PhD2, Flávia Gomes Martinez PhD1, Leonardo Alexandre Peyré-Tartaruga PhD1

1Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Porto Alegre, Brazil; 2Universidade Federal do Pará, Castanhal, Brazil

I’m smiling because it’s lovely': exploring the perceived impact of a pilot dance for multiple sclerosis programme (10 mins)

 

Bethany Whiteside PhD, MSc1, Lisa Sinclair, MA2

1Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom; 2Scottish Ballet, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Motivation and determinants for successful engagement among community-dwelling older adults participating in ballroom dance workshops (10 mins)

 

Sarah Coogan MS1, Jatin Ambegaonkar PhD, ATC1, Victoria Fauntroy BS1, Gwen Baraneicki-Zwil MS2, Elizabeth Glass MS2, Niyati Dhokai PhD2

1Sports Medicine Assessment, Research and Testing (SMART) Laboratory, George Mason University, Manassas, VA, United States; 2Hylton Performing Arts Center, George Mason University, Manassas, VA, United States

Physical activity in female adolescent dancers in ballet dance studio classes (10 mins)

 

Pranjal Joshi MSc1, Victoria Fauntroy BS1,2, Sarah Cooga MS1, Jatin Ambegaonkar PhD, ATC1, Shruti Ambegaonkar DPT1

1Sports Medicine Assessment, Research and Testing (SMART) Laboratory, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, United States; 2Crossroads Dance Theater, Herndon, VA, United States

*Systematic review of dance as treatment for chronic pain (10 mins)

 

Benjamin Hickman, Alycia Fong Yan PhD, Fereshteh Pourkazemi PhD, Roxanna Pebdani PhD, Claire Hiller PhD, PT

Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia

The effects of a 10-week ballet intervention for over 50s on fundamental movement skills and joint range of motion (10 mins)

 

Rachel Ward BMedSci, PhD, Meg Letton BexPhys, Jeanette Thom PhD

University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW Australia

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DANCE MEDICINE


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Release Date: September 28, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 4 hours 10 mins

CME/CEUs: 0.75

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.<


Presentation(s):

*Sweet music: How taste may improve dance performance (20 mins)

Guest Speaker: Russel Best PhD1,2

1Centre for Sports Science and Human Performance, Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand; 2School of Health and Social Care, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

The gut and wellbeing application in dancers (30 mins)

Guest Speaker: Ese Stacey MSc, MBBS

Consultant Specialist in Sport & Exercise Medicine, Brighton, United Kingdom

Oral health, elite sport, and performance (20 mins)

Guest Speaker: Ian Needleman PhD, BDS1,2

1UCL Eastman Dental Institute, London, United Kingdom; 2Honorary Consultant in Periodontology with UCLH, London, United Kingdom

A pre-class neuromuscular warm-up for prevention and self-management of SIJ dysfunction and anterior hip impingement (60 mins)

Interactive Session

Megan Richardson ATC1, Natale Imrisek MSPT2, Sally Donaubauer

1Megan Richardson Wellness, New York City, NY, United States; 2Framework Physical Therapy, Los Angeles, CA, United States

*Does the presence of scoliosis increase the risk of dance injury in adolescent recreational dancers? (10 mins)

Arnold Wong BPhysio, PhD1, Kenney Lau BSc, MSc1, Olivia Fung BA, MA1, Dino Samartzis BSc, DSc2, Cliffton Chan BPhysio, PhD3, Claire Hiller PhD, PT3, Patrick Yung FRCS4, Brenton Surgenor BSc, MSc5, Veronika Schoeb Bphysio, PhD6

1Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; 2Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Rush University Medical Centre, Chicago, IL, United States; 3Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; 4Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; 5The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; 6School of Health Sciences, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Lausanne, Switzerland

Eating disorder recovery in dancers: what does it look like and what does it take? (20 mins)

Dawn Smith-Theodore MA, CEDS1Monika Saigal MS, RD2

1Los Angeles, CA, United States; 2 The Julliard School, New York City, NY, United States

Incidence of injury, operation, and NSAID use in large cohort of young professional and preprofessional dancers. (10 mins)

Sarah Hatef MPH1,2, Annelise Senkowski BA1, Lily Senkowski1, Christopher Senkowski MD1

1Department of Surgery, Mercer University School of Medicine, Savannah, GA, United States; 2The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, OH, United States

Injuries, load, mood, stress, and compliance with monitoring within semesters of a tertiary dance program: a longitudinal cohort study (10 mins)

Melanie Fuller PhD Candidate, M Sp, Msk Phty1, Gene Moyle DPsych1, Geoffrey Minett PhD2

1Queensland University of Technology, Creative Industries Faculty, Brisbane, QLD, Australia; 2Queensland University of Technology, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Faculty of Health, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Injury incidence among aerial dance performers in Ireland: a prospective cohort study (10 mins)

Stephen O Rourke BA, BSc, Louise Keating BSc, MSc, Eleanor Creighton

 The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

*Injury patterns over a three-year period in a professional ballet company: changes and trends (10 mins)

Mai Katakura PhD, MD1,2, Nick Allen PhD3,4, Angela Keley PhD1, James Calder PhD, MD1,2

1Imperial College London, United Kingdom; 2Fortius Clinic, London, United Kingdom; 3Birmingham Royal Ballet, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 4National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Prevention and treatment of eating disorders and body image concerns in dancers (20 mins)

 

Fumi Somehara BSc, APD1, Shane Jeffrey BSc, APD2

1 Private Practice, Sydney, NSW, Australia; 2 Private Practice, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Rehabilitation for injured dancers: a systematic review (10 mins)

Yanan Dang MA, MSc1, Yiannis Koutedakis PhD1,2, Ruoling Chen PhD1, Matthew Wyon PhD1,3

1Institute of Human Sciences, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, United Kingdom; 2Department of Sport Science, University of Thessaly, Trikala, Greece; 3National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Relationships between lateral limb bias, turnout, and lower limb injury in a female pre-professional ballet dancer population (10 mins)

 

Elise McMahon BPhysio, Rod Pope PhD, Kate Freire BSc,

 Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW, Austra

Relationships between sleep disturbance and sleep related-impairment in collegiate dancers (10 mins)

 

Victoria Fauntroy BS, ATC1, Amelia Stork2,  Hansen-Honeycutt DAT, PES2, Joel Martin PhD, CSCS1, Jatin Ambegaonkar PhD, ATC1

1Sports Medicine Assessment, Research and Testing (SMART) Laboratory, George Mason University, VA, United States; 2School of Dance, George Mason University, VA, United States

Risk factors for dance-related lumbar injury among dancers: a large-scale study (10 mins)

 

Arnold Wong BPhysio, PhD1, Kenney Lau BSc, MSc1, Olivia Fung BA1, Claire Hiller PhD, PT2, Cliffton Chan BPhysio, PhD2, Patrick Yung FRCS3, Dino Samartzis BSc, MSc4, Veronika Schoeb BPhysio, PhD5, Samuel Ling FRCSEd3, Brenton Surgenor BSc, MSc6

1Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong;2Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia; 3Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; 4Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Rush University Medical Centre, Chicago, IL, United States; 5School of Health Sciences (HESAV), University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO), Lausanne, Switzerland; 6The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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DANCE RESEARCH


MEMBERS ONLY

Release Date: October 5, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 4 hours 30 minutes

CME/CEUs: 1.25

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.


Presentation(s):

*Context, complexity, bias and philosophy in performance medicine (30 mins)

Guest Speaker: Caroline Bolling PhD, PT1,2

1Health and Safety in Sports, IOC research center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2Cirque du Soleil, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

*Epidemiological headaches (30 mins)

Guest Speaker: Evert Verhagen PhD1

1Amsterdam UMC, Department of Public and Occupational Health, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

*Adapting research tools for addressing complex movement in dance: encouraging multi-disciplinary engagement in research questions (20 mins)

Margaret Wilson PhD

University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States

Are we building on poor foundations? Science needs a strong footing (10 mins)

Matthew Wyon PhD1,2

1Institute of Human Sciences, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, United Kingdom; 2National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science, Birmingham, United Kingdom

+E-learning in conservatoire dance training: challenges and possibilities (60 mins)

+Interactive Session

Hiu Tung Yu MSc, MFAWai Pan Cheung BFA, Brenton Surgenor BSc, MSc, Jake K. Ngo MSc

School of Dance, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

+Examples of biomechanical concepts in dance: understanding and using mechanics in the dance studio (60 mins)

+Interactive Session

Leigh Schanfein BS, MS1Kumiyo Kai MFA2

1Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City, NY, United States; 2Nihon Fukushi University, Aichi, Japan

How to identify quality research (50 mins)

IADMS Student Committee: Lauren Copping BS, MFA1Elizabeth Yutzey MFA2Leanne Steel MSc3Catherine Haber MSc, MAS4Paige Rice BS, MSc5,Jill Descoteaux MSc, PhD6

1University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; 2Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, United States; 3Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, London, United Kingdom; 4Institute of Sport Science, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; 5Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Australia; 6Cirque Du Soleil, Zumanity, Las Vegas, NA, United States

What is competency within dance medicine and science? How can this be recognised across countries and professions (10 mins)

Matthew Wyon PhD1, Nico Kolokythas, MSc, PhD2, Elaina Manolis DPT3, Steven Karageanes, DO4, Ana Azevedo PhD, PT

1University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, United Kingdom; 2Elmhurst Ballet School, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 3Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Charlestown, MA, United States; 4Saint Mary Mercy Hospital, Livonia, MI, United States

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INTERACTIVE/MOVEMENT SESSIONS


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Release Date: October 12, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 7 hours

CME/CEUs: 0.5

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.


Presentation(s):

Attention unites, ability divides: using mindful attentional focus techniques to enable access to ballet for all (60 mins)

Clare Guss-West BHum, MA

Dance and Creative Wellness Foundation, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Beginning with the beginning: developing a culture of wellness in the dance class (15 mins)

Rebecca Gose MFA, Barbara Powers, BFA, MFA

The University of Georgia, Athens, GA, United States

Mindfulness in the beginning ballet class (15 mins)

Barbara Powers BFA, MFA

University of Georgia, Athens, GA, United States

Positive education in the ballet studio: a school-wide approach to wellbeing in an elite ballet training institution (15 mins)

Philippa Ziegenhardt Adv. Dip, Grad Cert

The Australian Ballet School, Melbourne, VI, Australia

Progressive angular isometric loading’ and ‘Regressive angularisometric loading’ (PAILs/RAILs) adapted for the dance population (60 mins)

André Megerdichian BFA, MFA, Jennifer Deckert MFA 

University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, United States

Safeguarding the mental health of the artist in the creative process: calming emotional arousal (60 mins)

Stuart Waters, MA1, Steve Peck1,2, Erin Sanchez MSc1,2,3,4

1Rockbottom, London, United Kingdom, 2Steve Peck Psychotherapy, London, United Kingdom, 3One Dance UK, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 4National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Strength and conditioning: dancer specific, not dance specific (30 mins)

Jason Harrison BA, MA

Present Tense Fitness, Dayton, OH, United States

*Strength training considerations and safety modifications to produce stronger and more powerful dancers (30 min)

Emma Faulkner PT, DPT1, 2Rob West DPT2

1Atlanta Dance Medicine, Atlanta, GA, United States; 2Decatur Hand and Physical Therapy Specialists, Decatur, GA, United States

The Breakalign Method: alignment in movement for appropriate distribution of load as an injury preventative measure (60 mins)

Nefeli Tsiouti, MSc1,2

1Project Breakalign, Nicosia, Cyprus; 2European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

Thriving in ballet: using compassion to enhance resilience and performance in dancers (15 mins)

 

 

Inge Gnatt BPhsyc1,3, Philippa Ziegenhardt Adv.Dip,Grad Cert 2, Lisa Pavane Grad Cert2, Maja Nedeljkovic PhD, MPhsyc1,3

1Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, VIC, Australia; 2The Australian Ballet School, Melbourne, VIC, Australia; 3Centre for Mental Health, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Understanding the biomechanics of arabesque and penché to overcome barriers in physical performance (60 mins)

 

Leigh Schanfein BS, MS1,2, Elisabeth Jeffrey, Tanya Trombly BA, ACE2,3

1Barnard College, Columbia University, NY, United States;2Anti-Bunhead Fitness, NY, United States

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DANCE EDUCATORS


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Release Date: October 19, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 4 hours 20 minutes


Presentation(s):

Reducing physical stress through breathing kinematic approach (60 mins)

Guest Speaker: Kuniko Yamamoto-Morimoto PhD, ATC1,2,3

1Total Life Care, Kyoto, Japan, 2A-Yoga Mind and Body Movement Therapy, Kyoto, Japan,3Kyoto MBM Labo, Kyoto, Japan

Ballet body belief: adaptive and maladaptive aspects of perfectionism in female adolescent ballet dancers in the UK and Europe (20 mins)

Angela Pickard PhD

Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, United Kingdom

Ballet science: combining pedagogical tradition with modern innovations to create injury resistant dancers (10 mins)

Shayla Bott BFA, MFAAshley Parov MFA, Brenda Critchfield MS, ATC

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, United States

Philosophy and implementation of change within traditional dance conservatoire environments (60 mins)

Frances Clarke PhD, MSc,1  Emma Redding, PhD,1 Nico Kolokythas MSc, PhD,2 Jessica Wheeler, BA3

1Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, London, United Kingdom; 2University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom; 3Elmhurst Ballet School, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Red flag and amber flag: using predictive formulae to predict relative stage of maturation in elite pre-professional ballet dancers (10 mins)

Niall MacSweeney MSc

Royal Ballet School, London, United Kingdom

Safe dance practice knowledge, behaviours, and beliefs among dance teachers (10 mins)

Jillian L. Ball, BKin1, Meghan L. Critchley MSc1, Amanda M. Black PhD1,2,3, Sarah J. Kenny, PhD1,2,4

1Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre, Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada, 2Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada, 3Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada, 4O’Brien Institute for Public Health, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada

Safeguarding in the context of dance education: a panel discussion (60 mins)

Erin Sanchez MSc1, 2, Steven J Karageanes, DO3, Kathleen McGuire GainesCarlo Bagutti MD5, Zahara Carpenter BFA, Jo-Anne La Fleche MPs, MA, Lynda Mainwaring PhD, C.Psych6, Karine Rathle, MSc7, Bonnie Robson MD, DPsych, Paula ThompsonPsyD8

1National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 2One Dance UK, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 3St. Mary Mercy Hospital MercyElite Sports Medicine, Livonia, MI, United States; 4Minding the Gap, Pittsburgh, PA, United States; 5Unite de Medicine du Sport, VidyMed, Lausanne, Switzerland,  6University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; 7President, Healthy Dancer Canada; 8California State University, Northridge, Studio City, CA, United States

Understanding the perception, attitudes and beliefs of adolescent recreational dancers towards dance injury and its prevention (10 mins)

Hiu Tung Yu MSc, MFA1, Veronika Schoeb PhD2, Brenton Surgenor BSc, MSc3, Cliffton Chan PhD, PT4, Claire Hiller PhD, PT4, Dino Samartzis DSc, MSc5, Patrick SH Yung FRCS6, Arnold Wong PHD, PT1

1Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2School of Health Sciences (HESAV), University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO), Lausanne, Switzerland, 3School of Dance, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 4Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 5Department of Orthopedic Surgeon, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, United States, 6Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Which arabesque? From Coralli’s & Perrot’s to Balanchine’s arabesque (20 mins)

Annemari Autere

BalletBodyLogic, Compagnie Ariel, Villefranche sur Mer, France

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DANCE SCIENCE


MEMBERS ONLY

Release Date: October 26, 2020
Expiration Date: September 15, 2021

Length: 4 hours 15 minutes

CME/CEUs: 1.25

*Select sessions are available as Enduring Materials.


Presentation(s):

*Biomarker profiling and monitoring for the elite dancer (30 mins)

Guest Speaker: Charlie Pedlar PhD, FBASES

St Mary's University, Twickenham, London, United Kingdom

Aesthetic and kinetic measures of dance balance (10 mins)

Elizabeth Coker, MA

New York University, New York City, NY, United States

*Does dehydration really impair performance? (15 mins)

Jasmine Challis MRes, RD1, Meghan Brown PhD, SENr2

1Freelance Registered Dietician, Reading, United Kingdom; 2Birmingham City University, School of Health Sciences, Department of Sport and Exercise, Birmingham, United Kingdom

International perspective on nutrition for dancers (30 mins)

Fumi Somehara MSc, APD1 Monika Saigal MS, RD2,3Jasmine Challis MRes, RD4
1Private Practice, Sydney, NSW, Australia; 2Private Practice, New York City, NY, United States; 3The Julliard School, New York City, NY, United States; Freeland Registered Dietician, Reading, United Kingdom

Kinematic characteristics of lower limb elevation movement (arabesque) in ballet: focusing on aesthetics (10 mins)

Yui Kawano PhD1, Mayumi Kuno-Mizumura PhD2, Cheng-Feng Lin PhD3

1Japan Institute of Sports Sciences, Tokyo, Japan; 2Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan; 3National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

Kinematic impact of socks on contemporary dance practice (10 mins)

Julie Ferrell-Olson MFA, MSc1, James Brouner, PhD2

1Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, United Kingdom; 2Kingston University, London, United Kingdom

Lower limb contact posture during saut de chat takeoff differs in dancers with and without flexor hallucis longus tendinopathy (10 mins)

Hai-Jung Steffi Shih BS, PT, K. Michael Rowley PhD, Kornelia Kulig PT, PhD

Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Observation and imagery: analysis and comparison of the patterns of brain activation during passive observation and motor imagery of dance movement sequences (10 mins)

Leonor Castro MS1, Filipa Sousa PhD2,3, José Paulo Santos PhD1,4

1Experimental Biology Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 2Porto Biomechanics Laboratory, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 3CIFI2D, Faculty of Sports, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 4Department of Management, University Institute of Maia, Maia, Portugal

Perception-action coordination dynamics: Suggestions for dance education (40 mins)

Akita Muira, PhD1, Takahide Etani, PhD2, Derrick Brown, MSc3,4, Ruud G. Meulenbroek, PhD4

1Faculty of Human Sciences, WasFaculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan; 2School of Medicine, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan; 3Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behavior, Donders Centre for Cognition,  Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands, 4Institute for Sports Science, Dance Science, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

Performing and perceiving movement synchrony in live dance performance (20 mins)

Guido Orgs MSc, PhD1, Staci Vicary1, Jorina von Zimmermann2, Daniel C. Richardson2

1Department of Psychology, Goldsmiths, University of London, London, United Kingdom; 2Department of Experimental Psychology, University College London, London, United Kingdom

Physiological demands of musical theatre (10 mins)

Stephanie Pittman BSc, MSc, Emma Redding PhD, Scott Sinclair BSc, MSc

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, United Kingdom

*Protein for the dancer; considerations for plant-based diets (30 mins)

Meghan Brown PhD, SENr1, Jasmine Challis MRes, RD2, Ann Brown3

1Birmingham City University, School of Health Sciences, Department of Sport and Exercise, Birmingham, United Kingdom; 2Freelance Registered Dietician, Reading, United Kingdom; 3University of Idaho, Department of Movement Sciences, College of Education, Health & Human Sciences, Moscow, ID, United States

*The biomechanical profile of professional dancers’ foot-ankle complex during multidirectional landings (20 mins)

Ana Morais Azevedo PhD, PT1, Raul Oliveira PhD, PT1,2, João R. Vaz PhD, PT2, Nelson Cortes PhD3

1R'Equilibri_us, Private Practice, Lisbon, Portugal; 2CIPER, Faculdade Motricidade Humana, Lisbon, Portugal; 3George Mason University, Manassas, VA, United States

The relationship between perceptual and neuromuscular fatigue in elite adolescent ballet dancers (10 mins)

Matthew Lamarque  MSc, MRes1,2, Matthew Springham BSc, MSc2, Charles Pedlar PhD, FBASES2, Karen Sheriff BSc, MSc1

1The Royal Ballet School, London, United Kingdom; 2St Mary's University, Twickenham, London, United Kingdom

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