14th Annual Meeting
October 14-17, 2004
San Francisco, California, USA
Day 3: Sunday, October 17, 2004
Concurrent with Lectures
Room 3 Moderator: Marijeanne Liederbach, MSPT, MSATC, CSCS, New York, New York, USA
Room 4 Moderator: Jan Dunn, MS, Boulder, Colorado, USA
8:30-9:25 am Learning dance movement sequences faster and easier with imagery strings.
Eric Franklin, BFA, BS, Institute for Franklin Method, Uster, Switzerland
8:30-9:25 am Pilates and Gyrotonic: How they can best be used in dance medicine.
Mercy Sidbury, Bodywise Pilates Studio, San Francisco, CA, USA; Debra Rose, San Francisco Gyrotonic, San Francisco, California, USA
|Room 3 Moderator: Matt Wyon, MSc, Walsall, UK||Room 4 Moderator: Pamela Geber, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA|
|9:30-10:25 am Plyometric jump training for dancers: A movement workshop.|
Megan Richardson, MS, ATC; Faye E. Dilgen, MSPT, Harkness Center for Dance Injuries-Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York, New York, USA
|9:30-10:25 am Using partner lifts to decrease excess muscular tension in dancers.|
Jane Baas, BS, MA, MFA, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
LecturesConcurrent with Movement Sessions
Room 1 Moderator: Itzhak Siev-Ner, MD, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Room 2 Moderator: Craig Phillips, BAppSc(Physio), Prahran, Victoria, Australia
8:30-8:40 am The dancer's foot: A look at a series of common foot problems within a mid-sized ballet company.
Suzanne Martin, PT, Smuin Ballet; School of the San Francisco Ballet; Pilates Therapeutics, San Francisco, California, USA
8:45-8:55 am A ballerina with a talar dome stress injury.
Selina Shah, MD, Joseph Luftman, MD, Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles, CA, USA
9:00-9:20 am Orthopaedic causes of limited, painful relevé in dancers.
Boni Rietveld, MD, BA(mus), Medical Centre for Dancers and Musicians, Westeinde, The Hague, Netherlands
9:30-9:40 am Proprioceptive conditioning to reduce the incidence of lateral ankle sprains in adolescent dancers: A retrospective study.
Kim Pedrick, BSc(Hons)Physio, Leah Holdroyd, BSc, MACP, The Arts Educational School, Tring, UK
9:45-10:05 am Teaching the young dancer how to manage common foot problems.
Jane Denton, DPM, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, California, USA
10:15-10:25 am Musculoskeletal health of the retired dancer.
Reetta Rönkkö, MA, University of Kuopio, Department of Physiology, Kuopio; Seppo Seitsalo, MD, PhD Orton Orthopaedic Hospital, Invalid Foundation; Jyrki Kettunen, PhD, PT, Orton Research Institute, Invalid Foundation; Antti Malmivaara, MD, PhD, FinOHTA; Risto P. Roine, MD, PhD, Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa; Harri Sintonen, MD, PhD University of Helsinki, Department of Public Health; Markku Heliövaara, MD, PhD, National Public Health Institute; Päivi Sainio, MSc, PT; Helsinki, Finland
8:30-8:50 am Biomechanical analysis of grand rond de jambe en l'air: Skilled versus novice ballet dancers.
Margaret Wilson, MS, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming; Young-Hoo Kwon, PhD, Bee-Oh Lim, PhD, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas; USA
9:00-9:20 am The spine and pelvis during grand battement: A 3D video study.
Juan Bosco Calvo, MD, Emmanuela Iacopini, MSc BSc, Luis Gomez Pellico, PhD, University of Alcala, Madrid, Spain
9:30-9:50 am Progression of arabesque: A biomechanical survey on how to build arabesque.
Jarmo Ahonen, PT, Finnish National Ballet, Helsinki, Finland
10:00-10:20 am Measuring turnout of the gesture leg.
Jennifer Gamboa, MPT, OCS; Leigh Roberts, MPT, OCS; Amy Eisenhower, MSPT, Body Dynamics, Inc., Arlington, Virginia, USA
10:30-11:00 am Refreshment Break
Room 1 Moderator: Juan Bosco Calvo, MD, Madrid, Spain
Room 2 Moderator: Marjorie Moore, PT, MS, PhD, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
|11:00-11:20 am The classification of lifts: Tools to analyze dance lifts.|
Sylvain Lafortune, University of Quebec at Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
11:30-11:50 am 3D analysis of the scapular stabilization.
Reetta Ronkko, MA, University of Kuopio, Dance Health Finland; Jarmo Ahonen, PT, Finnish National Ballet, Dance Health Finland; Jukka Kangas, PT, Orto-Iaakarit, Helsinki, Finland
12:00-12:20 pm Shoulder girdle stability and epaulement.
Holly Larson, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle, Washington, USA
11:00-11:20 am Kinematic, kinetic and EMG analysis of muscle activity during rise to sur les pointes position.
Nancy Kadel, MD, University of Washington Medical Center; Alexis Falicov, MD, PhD; Michael Orendurff, MS; Ava Segal, BAS, Rehab Research & Development, Seattle, Washington, USA
11:30-11:40 am Affective dimensions of and prototypic data from flexibility lab in a dance kinesiology course.
Sarah M. Nemecek, BS, MFA (candidate); Steven J. Chatfield, PhD, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA
11:45 am-12:05 pm The importance of asymmetry in teaching dynamic stabilization to the dancer.
Jennifer Bury, BFA, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, California, USA
|Concurrent with Lectures|
Room 3 Moderator: Helen Laws, Dance UK, London, UK
Room 4 Moderator: Luana Poggini, MD, PhD Rome, Italy
11:00 am-12:00 pm Somatic studies in the technique class: Why and how?
Jennifer Salk, MFA, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA
11:00 am-12:00 pm The analysis and implementation of a warm up movement series for dance.
Kista T. Tucker, MA, MFA, CMA, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Kista Tucker Dance Company, Conroe, Texas, USA
12:30-2:00 pm Lunch
Room 1 Moderator: Ruth Solomon, BA, Santa Cruz, California, USA
2:00-2:30 pm Sacroiliac joint instability and dysfunction in dancers
Peter Lavine, MD, Georgetown, Washington, DC; Jennifer Gamboa, MPT, OCS, Body Dynamics, Inc., Arlington, Virginia, USA
2:45-3:15pm Diagnosis, surgery and rehabilitation of hip injuries in dancers
Brent Anderson, PT, OCS, PhD(Candidate); University of Miami, Florida, USA; Marc Phillipon, MD, Center for Sports Medicine, University of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
3:30-3:45 pm Closing Remarks
NOTE: Time after each lecture presentation is reserved for audience discussion.