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2004 Annual Meeting Schedule – October 15

14th Annual Meeting

October 14-17, 2004

San Francisco, California, USA

Day 1: Friday, October 15, 2004

8:00-9:00 am Registration; Refreshments

Room 1

9:00-9:15 am Opening Remarks
Rachel Rist, MA - President, IADMS
Steven J. Chatfield, PhD - Executive Director, IADMS
James Garrick, MD - Saint Francis Memorial Hospital
Izabel Loinaz - Saint Francis Memorial Hospital
Announcement: Student Research Award
(Sponsored by Harkness Center for Dance Injuries)

Moderator: Marijeanne Liederbach, MSPT, MSATC, CSCS, (New York, New York, USA)

9:15-9:35 am Relation between nutritional status, skeletal health and intense practice of classical dancing in young dancers.
Carlo Bagutti, MD, Centre Medical Vidy-Med, Lausanne; Peter Burchkardt, MD, Professor, Internal Medicine Department, University Hospital, Lausanne; Marc-Antoine Krieg, MD, Privat Docent, Internal Medicine Department, University Hospital, Lausanne, Switzerland

9:45-10:15 am Musculoskeletal problems unique to ballet
James G. Garrick, MD, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, California, USA

10:30-10:50 am Is fitness associated with professional dance?
Yiannis Koutedakis, PhD, Eleni Tsartsara, BSc, Thessaly University, Greece, Wolverhampton University, Walsall, UK

11:00-11:30 am Refreshment Break

Room 1 Moderator: Karen Potter, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Room 2 Moderator: Matt Wyon, MSc, Walsall, UK

11:30-11:50 am Introducing Horton technique: Vocabulary, mechanics, and potential stressors.
Shaw Bornner, PT, MHS, EdM, OCS, ADAM Center; Dana Hash-Campbell, BS; Sheyi Ojofeitimi, MPT, Dance Department; Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York, USA

12:00-12:20 pm Somatotypes in dance: A study of ballet and contemporary profesional dancers.
Manuela Angioi, Department of Sport Science, Cagliari, Italy; Emma Redding, MSc, BA, Laban, London, UK; Matt Wyon, MSc, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, UK

11:30-11:50am Findings and recommendations from the UK's second national inquiry into dancers' health and injury.
Helen Laws, Dance UK, London, UK

12:00-12:20pm Leadership behaviour in dance: Application of the Leadership Scale for Sport to dance technique teaching.
Sonia Rafferty, BA, MSc, Laban, London, UK


Movement SessionsConcurrent with Lectures

Room 3 Donna Krasnow, MS, Toronto, Canada

Room 4Moderator: Boni Rietveld, MD, BA(mus.), The Hague, Netherlands

11:30 am-12:30 pm Pelvic power: Imaging the joint interactions of the pelvis to create more efficient and safer dance technique.
Eric Franklin, BFA, BS, Institute for Franklin Method, Uster, Switzerland

11:30 am-12:30 pm Putting your best foot forward: A biomechanical approach to help dancers with "bad feet".
Peter Lewton-Brain, MA, DO, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, Monte-Carlo, Monaco

12:30-2:30 pm Lunch (IADMS Committees meet at this time)

Room 1 Moderator: Boni Rietveld, MD, BA(mus.), The Hague, Netherlands

Moderator: Linda Hamilton, PhD, New York, New York, USA

2:30-2:40 pm Adolescent dance students' knowledge and implementation of injury management and prevention strategies.
Melinda Purnell, BApSc(Physio Hons), BAppA(Dance & Physical Education); Debra Crookshanks, BAppSc(Physio), Grad Dip, Manip, Physio; Debra Shirley, PhD, BAppSc(Physio), Grad Dip, Manip Physio, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

2:45-3:05 pm Changes in body structure and joint (ligament) laxity of dancers and non-dancer girls aged 8 to 16 years.
Itzhak Siev-Ner, MD, The Israel Performing Arts Medicine, Tel-Aviv; Nili Steinberg, MSc, Orthopedic Rehabilitation Dept., Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer; Israel Hershkovitz, PhD, Department of Anatomy and Anthropology, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv, Israel

3:15-3:35 pm Gender differences in metabolic rate among elite ballet dancers.
Marijeanne Liederbach, MSPT, MSATC, CSCS, Harkness Center of Dance Injuries at the Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York; Beth Glace, MS; Gilbert W. Gleim, PhD, Nicholas Institute for Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, New York, USA

3:45-3:55 pm Range of joint movement in dancers and non-dancers girls age 8-16 years: Anatomical and clinical implications.
Nili Steinberg, MSc, Orthopedic Rehabilitation Dept., Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer; Itzhak Siev-Ner, MD, The Israel Performing Arts Medicine, Tel-Aviv; Israel Hershkovitz, PhD, Department of Anatomy and Anthropology, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv, Israel

2:30-2:50 pm The effect of neurofeedback on the performance anxiety of dancers.
Kenedy Singer, PhD(Candidate), Santa Barbara Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, California, USA

3:00-3:20 pm Effects of a psychological skills training program on self-confidence, anxiety, and performance in university ballet dancers.
Elena Estanol, MFA, MS, University of Utah, Academy of Ballet Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

3:30-3:50 pm A biomechanical approach to avoiding the degenerative injuries prevalent in older dancers
Ruth Solomon, BA, University of California, Santa Cruz, California, USA


Movement SessionsConcurrent with Lectures

Room 3 Ruth Solomon, BA, Santa Cruz, California, USA

Room 4Moderator: Jarmo Ahonen, PT, Helsinki, Finland

3:00-4:00 pm Extreme moves training method: A focus on stacking sitz bones over shoulders.
Li Chiao-Ping , University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, Li Chiao-Ping Dance, Oregon, Wisconsin, USA

3:00-4:00 pm The mechanics of dance lifts.
Sylvain Lafortune, University of Quebec at Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

4:00-4:30 pm Refreshment Break

Room 1 Moderator: Marika Molnar, PT, New York, New York, USA

Room 2Moderator: Ginny Wilmerding, PhD, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

4:30-4:50 pm Backstage first aid: Using reciprocal inhibition free muscle spasm and pain.
Ethan Feldman, DC, Back in Action Chiropractic Center, Berkeley, California, USA

5:00-5:20 pm Arthrogenic muscle inhibition and stiffness of the spine and lower limb in dancers and motor control of dance movement.
Roger Hobden, MD, DO, University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

5:30-5:50 pm Postural and respiratory functions of the deep trunk muscles: Implications for spinal health in dancers.
Laura Rabone, BPhysio, Australian Ballet Company; Steve Saunders, BAppSc(Physio), Victoria, Australia

4:30-4:40 pm A conceptual model of laterality issues in dance training: A chicken or egg question.
Marliese Kimmerle, PhD, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada

4:50-5:10 pm An analysis of the prevalence of lateral bias in the teaching of beginning and advanced ballet classes.
Amy Farrar; Ginny Wilmerding, PhD, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

5:20-5:40 pm Integration of dance training through a holistic approach for prevention, health, and well being.
Elena Estanol, MFA, MS; Melanie Doskocil, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

5:45-5:55 pm The effect of imagery on the performance of grand battement.
Emanuela Iacopini, MSc, BSc; Juan Bosco Calvo, MD, Luis Gomez Pellico, PhD, University of Alcala, Madrid, Spain


Movement SessionsConcurrent with Lectures

Room 3 Moderator: Tom Welsh, PhD, Tallahassee, Florida, USA

Room 4 Moderator: Matt Wyon, MSc, Walsall, UK

4:30-6:00 pm Conditioning and patterning for improved use of turnout.
Donna Krasnow, MS, York University, Ontario, Canada; Gayanne Grossman, EdM, PT, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Tom Welsh, PhD, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA

4:30-6:00 pm Dance conditioning and injury prevention anywhere with small-ball therapy.
Yamuna Zake, Yamuna Body Rolling and Body Logic Studio, New York, New York, USA

7:30 pm Welcome Reception
Center for Sports Medicine and Dancemedicine
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital
900 Hyde Street

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

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