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2007 Annual Meeting Schedule -- 26 October (Day 2)

17th Annual Meeting

Thursday - Saturday, 25 - 27 October 2007
Special Interest Groups Day Sunday, 28 October 2007

Canberra, Australia
at the Australian Institute of Sport

(Updated 25 October 2007)

Day 2: Friday, 26 October 2007


Movement Sessions

Slam Dunk Room – 8.00-8.55am
Moderator: Ruth Solomon, Professor Emerita, Santa Cruz, California, USA
Upper body strengthening and mobility techniques for dancers.
Jane Baas, MA, MFA, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

Marathon Room – 9.00-9.55am
Moderator: Boni Rietveld, MD, BA(Mus), The Hague, Netherlands
Gaining core stability: Using a gymnastics perspective to build a stronger dancer.
Phil Cossens, MS(PT), Gymnastics Australia; Keren Faulkner, MS(PT), Atlas Sports Physiotherapy, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Theatrette – 8.00-10.45am
Moderator: Emma Redding, MSc, London, UK
Silver Room – 8.00-10.45am
Moderator: Jarmo Ahonen, PT, Helsinki, Finland

Creatine phosphate recovery kinetics in female dancers, runners and sedentary controls.

Angela Hillman, MSc; Robert Robergs, PhD, University of New Mexico; Stephen Altobelli, PhD; Arvind Caprihan, PhD, New Mexico Resonance; Virginia Wilmerding, PhD; Jeff Wood, MSc, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Minimizing the effects of air travel and optimizing post-flight recovery in dancers.

Timothy Buckley, PT; Susan Mayes, BAppSc, GDipSportsPT, The Australian Ballet, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Location of stationary visual references alters center of pressure displacement among university modern dancers.

Leigh Schanfein, BS; Shirley Rietdyk, PhD, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

Dancing up hill: Insights into performing on raked (inclined) stages.

Peter Lewton-Brain, DO, MA, Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower, Cannes, France

Imagery in dance and aesthetic sports: A potential area for cross-talk?

Sanna Nordin, PhD, London Sport Institute, Middlesex University, London; Jennifer Cumming, PhD, School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

Ethical conflicts in the treatment of the company dancer.

Peter Lavine, MD, Kirov School of Classical Ballet, Washington DC, USA

Sources of stress, coping resources and support: An insight into the interior world of the professional contemporary dancer.

Cinzia Hardy, MSc, Laban, London; Eleanor Quested, MSc, Birmingham University, Birmingham, UK

Self-reflection as an intervention to influence achievement goal orientations and intrinsic motivation.

Stephanie J. Hanrahan, PhD, The University of Queensland; Rachel Mathews, MA, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia; Ester Cerin, PhD, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Observations on the implementation of performance psychology as a subject in a university dance program.
Gene Moyle, DPsych, MPsych, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

One-year follow-up surveys of Japanese ballet dancers and their injuries: The Role of the Japanese Association for Dance Medicine and Science (JADMS).

Mayumi Kuno-Mizumura, PhD; Yuko Otake, PT; Aki Mori, MS; Sakiko Suzuki, MS; Yuka Nagashima, BA, Ochanomizu University; Shinji Mizumura, MS, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan

Creating a dance wellness program with limited resources.

Kathryn Daniels, MA; Carla Corrado, BSPT, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, Washington, USA

Randomized clinical trial comparing active versus passive approaches to the treatment of recurrent and chronic low back pain.

Brent Anderson, PT, PhD, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, USA

Is hyperextension of the knee associated with imbalance of the hamstring/quadriceps ratio? A survey of musical theatre students.

Elizabeth Sharp, MSc, MCSP; Giovanna Curati, BSc, MSCP; Alan Hakim, MA, FRCP; Rodney Grahame, MD, FRCP, University College Hospital, London, UK

Avascular necrosis of the cuboid in a ballerina.

Selina Shah, MD, Kaiser Permanente, Panorama City, California, USA

Anterior ankle impingement in dancers: A pathoanatomical review.

Jeff Russell, MS, ATC, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, UK

10.45 – 11.15am REFRESHMENT BREAK

11.15am – 12.10pm - IADMS Business Meeting - Theatrette
All IADMS members are urged to attend


Theatrette – 12.15-1.15pm
Moderator: Craig Phillips, BAppSc(Phty), PhD candidate, Melbourne, Australia

The need for manual therapy to keep the dancer dancing.
Robin A. Hunter, DC; Ricky Morant, ATC, MS, Ohio State University and BalletMet, Columbus, Ohio, USA

Working with dancers with scoliosis.

Karen Clippinger, MSPE, California State University, Long Beach, California, USA

Movement Sessions

Slam Dunk Room – 12.15-1.15pm
Moderator: Moderator: Peter Lewton-Brain, DO, MA, Monaco
Marathon Room – 12.15-1.15pm
Moderator: Donna Krasnow, MS, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Addressing ‘snapping hip’ in the technique class.
Ruth Solomon, Professor Emerita, University of California, Santa Cruz, California, USA
Gyrokinesis®: The foundation of Gyrotonic®
Dana Rader, Gyrotonic® Master Trainer, Energy Kinetics®, Prahran, Victoria; Lisa Mathison, Dip of Dance, Gyrotonic® Master Trainer, Universal Wave, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

NOTE: Time after each lecture presentation is reserved for audience discussion.



3 - 5.30 pm Ballets Russes Tour to the National Library of Australia (NLA) and the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). The NLA is presenting a display comparing the physiques of Ballets Russes dancers with those of ballet dancers of today, especially curated for IADMS conference delegates. The NGA is offering delegates a private viewing of original costumes from the Diaghilev repertoire. Delegates may also take a quick look at the Gallery’s magnificent collection of Australian and international art. This event is provided for delegates and their partners for a fee of A$25.00 per person to cover transport. Booking is required with conference registration by 30 September 2007. See Local Host Web-Site for details.

7 - 10 pm Conference Dinner in the Great Hall, University House. A formal 3-course dinner with Australian wines, served in elegant surroundings. The dinner is provided for delegates and their partners for a fee of A$140.00 per person. Booking is required with conference registration by 30 September 2007. See Local Host Web-Site for details.

Program subject to change.


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