19th Annual Meeting
Thursday – Saturday, 29 – 31 October 2009
Special Interest Groups Day Sunday, 1 November 2009
The Hague, The Netherlands
Posters will be on display for the entire meeting
(Poster authors will be available to answer questions at their poster during this time)
The body says it all: an application of technological observational learning for the improvement of ballet technique.
Danielle Aways, MSc, BFA; University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, UK
Turnout: the association with self-reported and reported injuries in contemporary dance students.
Jo Baker, MSc, Laban; Dan Scott, MSc, Kingston University; Katherine Watkins, MCSP; Sheramy Keegan-Turcotte, MSc, Laban, London; Matthew Wyon, PhD, Wolverhampton University, Walsall, UK
Bone health of ballet dancers and its nutritional implications.
Jenna Berkheimer, BS, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Développé à la seconde in a novice and an expert dancer: EMG and 2-D analysis.
Laura Blazy, MSc; Andrea Schaerli, MSc, Laban, London, UK
Frequency of flow experiences in recreational, vocational, and professional dancers.
Elsa Bradley, MSc, Laban, London; Eleanor Quested, MSc, University of Birmingham, Birmingham; Matthew Wyon, PhD, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, UK
Injury prevalence and incidence of pathologies at a national ballet conservatory.
Anne Violette Bruyneel, PT, PhD student, Movement Science Institute, Marseille, France; Peter Lewton-Brain, DO, MA, Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower, University of Nice, France, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, Monaco; Jean Christophe Paré; Veronique Larcher, National School of Dance, Artcinetic – Marseille, France
Body and soul: the construct of self and the psychological impact of injury in student dancers and athletes.
Catherine Culnane, MEd, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Siliconen orthosis in ballet pointe shoes.
Helen de Vries, Podologie Bottendaal, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Using biomechanic data as a teaching tool in the dance technique classroom.
Jennifer Deckert, MFA; Margaret Wilson, PhD, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA
The Alexander Technique in relation to the dancers’ pain and injury.
Kathleen Delaney, MDH - ATT, Alexander Technique Centre, Venice, Italy
A model of dynamic versus passive turnout as a function of hip range of motion.
Gary Galbraith, MFA, DancerWellnessProject.com, New York, New York, USA
Fuelling a dancer’s body.
Lindsey Hall, BFA, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA
The current state and future potential of dance medicine and science education, opportunities, and research within university dance programs in Japan.
Marisa Hamamoto, MA, BA, Keio University; Kai Kumiyo, BS, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Examining metaphorical and anatomical Franklin MethodTM images’ effects on jumps performed by dancers with jumping technique issues.
Teresa Heiland, PhD, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California, USA
Inter-rater reliability of a musculoskeletal screen as administered to female professional contemporary dancers.
Annette Karim, PT, MS; Victoria Millet, PT, MS; Kate Massie, PT, MS; Sharon Olson, PT, PhD; Andrea Morganthaler, PT, MS, Texas Woman's University, Houston, Texas, USA
Relationship between active turnout and functional hip range of motion in ballet major students.
MinJi Kim, MSc; Andrea Schaerli, MSc, Laban, London, UK
Could this be a solution to lower leg problems in dance?
Philip Mahieu, PT, Dansacadmie Lucia Marthas, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
From peroneal to fibular: re-naming structures of the lower leg's lateral compartment.
Marjorie Moore, PT, PhD, St. Catherine University, Minneapolis Minnesota USA
Use and effect of orthoses in hyperpronated dancers.
Rélana Nowacki, Maastricht University, Maastricht, Limburg; Boni Rietveld, MD, BA, Medical Centre for Dancers and Musicians, The Hague, The Netherlands; Mamie Air, MD, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Impact of a creative dance class on intellectual and affective development in Down Syndrome adolescents.
Susana Pérez, PhD; Montse Sanahuja-Maymó, PhD; Myriam Guerra, MD, PhD, Ramon Llull University; Eloisa Martínez, BA, Moragas School; Núria Massó, MD, PhD; Lluís Costa, PhD Candidate, Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, Spain
The whole-person dance teacher: helping dance teachers maintain optimum health.
Judith R. Peterson, MD, University of South Dakota, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA
The impact of mirrors on body image in high and low performing female ballet students.
Sally A. Radell, MFA, MA; Daniel D. Adame, PhD, MSPH, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia; Steven P. Cole, PhD, Research Design Associates, Yorktown Heights, New York, USA
Risk factors for low back pain in young dancers.
Itzhak Siev-Ner, MD,Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer; Nili Steinberg, PhD, Zinman College, Wingate Institute; Israel Hershkovitz, PhD, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Comparison of sweat loss estimates between rehearsal and performance of professional dancers.
Annika Spampinato, MSc, Laban, London, UK
The pelvic placement in relation to the psoasflattens the curvature of lordosis in the lower back.
Darani Winnie Tsao, BA, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada; Donato C. Ferrer, RAD, PDTC, Attitudes Performing Arts Studio, Singapore
Associations between low back pain and trunk and thigh muscle volume imbalances in collegiate dancers.
Takako Yasukawa, Graduate Student; Kazunori Irie, MD, PhD, Nippon Sport Science University, Tokyo, Japan