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2005 Annual Meeting Schedule November 4 (Day 2)

15th Annual Meeting: November 3 - 6, 2005
Stockholm, Sweden

(Updated 8 September 2005)

Day 2: Friday, 4 November 2005

Norra Real Assembly Hall
08:00-09:00 IADMS Business Meeting (with Coffee/Tea)
All IADMS members are urged to attend

Norra Real Assembly Hall: 09:15-11:00
Moderator: Roger Hobden, MD, DO, Montréal, Canada
Balettakademien Studio Theatre: 09:15-11:00
Moderator: Craig Phillips, PT, BappSc, MAPA, Melbourne, Australia
The chronically painful Achilles and patellar tendon: New conservative treatment methods.
Håken Alfredson
, MD, Sports Medicine Unit, Umeå, Sweden
Talent and trickery: Replicating ideal motor patterning.
Janet Karin
, OAM, The Australian Ballet School, Melbourne, Australia

Evaluating foot biomechanics to prevent lower extremity injuries in dancers.

Jarmo Ahonen, PT, Finnish National Ballet Company, and Finnish National Opera Ballet School, Helsinki, Finland

AFCMD: Heightening awareness of dance injury prevention through a new form of movement analysis.
Nathalie Schulmann, Patricia Zaretti, Association Accord Cinétique, Paris, France

How much dance medicine coverage is enough: An exposure-based method of determination.

Megan Richardson, MS, ATC, Harkness Center for Dance Injuries, New York, NY, USA

Review of lateral ankle pain/injuries in classical ballet dancers: Conservative and surgical treatment with case presentations.

Peter Lavine, MD, Mount Vernon Hospital, Washington, DC, USA

A successful model of healthcare for university level dancers.

Jeffrey A. Russell, MS, ATC, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, UK


Norra Real Assembly Hall: 11:30-12:30
Moderator: Itzhak Siev-Ner, MD, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Balettakademien Studio Theatre: 11:30-12:30
Moderator: Janet Karin, OAM, Melbourne, Australia
An interactive workshop aiming to build consensus on methods of measurement for total turn-out in dancers.
Lowry M. Champion, MFA candidate, Amanda C. Herman, BA, Steven J. Chatfield, PhD, Department of Dance, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon; Gayanne Grossman, EdM, PT, Department of Theater and Dance, Muhlenberg College, and Department of Dance, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Marijeanne Liederbach, MSPT, MSATC, CSCS, Harkness Center for Dance Injuries, Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York, NY; Marika Molnar, PT, Westside Dance Physical Therapy, New York City Ballet, School of American Ballet, New York, NY, USA
Ethical principles and standards of practice for working with dancers.
Lynda Mainwaring, PhD, CPsych, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; Adrian Schriel, PhD, Swiss Performing Artists' Foundation, Zurich/Basel, Switzerland; Helen Laws, Dance UK, London, UK; Donna Krasnow, MS, York University, Toronto, Canada; Caroline Harder, Dance Works/Rotterdam Dance Academy, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

12:30-14:30 LUNCH
(Roundtable Discussions by Advance Sign-Up)

Norra Real Assembly Hall: 14:30-16:15
Moderator: Shaw Bronner, PT, MHS, EdM, OCS, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Balettakademien Studio Theatre: 14:30-16:15
Moderator: Helen Laws, London, UK
Knee hyperextension in dance students: Does imbalance of the hamstring/quadriceps ratio contribute to lower limb injuries?
Elizabeth Sharp
, MSc, MCSP; Giovanna Curati, BSc, MCSP, ES Physical Health, London, UK
Implementation of a web-based dance wellness screen at multiple universities.
Jane T. Baas
, MFA, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan; Gary Galbraith, MFA, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Long term memory in pre-professional dancers.
Luís Xarez Rodrigues
, PhD; Sofia Carvalheiro, MFA, Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, Lisboa, Portugal

Science for dance: Optimising performance with dance specific research.
Misha Botting
, MSc (Graduate), Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, UK; David Collins, PhD, Director of Performance, UK Athletics, Birmingham, UK

Reliability testing of the Pressure Biofeedback Unit in a female dancer population.

George A. Koumantakis, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, School of Physiotherapy, Athens, Aegio, Greece, University of Manchester, Machester, UK; Spyros Gigourtakis, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, Physiotherapy Clinic; Wendy-May Timmons, BPhil (Hons), Director, Dance Academy, Heraclion, Crete, Greece


A workshop on 3-D motion analysis of dance movement.

Young-Hoo Kwon, PhD, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas; Margaret Wilson, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA

Inter-professional collaboration in an occupational health clinic for professional artists: An integration of traditional and alternative modalities.

Gabriella Herr, BScN, RN (EC),PHCNP, Artists' Health Centre, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto; Ginette Hamel, BSc, PT, Dip. Sports Physiotherapy, Artists' Health Centre and National Ballet School, Toronto, Canada

Muscle performance in amenorrheic versus eumenorrheic and male ballet dancers.

Marijeanne Liederbach, MSPT, MSATC, CSCS, Harkness Center for Dance Injuries, Hospital for Joint Diseases; Beth W. Glace, MS; Ian J. Kremenic, ME; Malachy P. McHugh, PhD, Nicholas Institue for Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY, USA

Balettakademien Studio 8: 14:30-15:20
Moderator: Pamela Geber, MFA, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
MUSCLES as creative source for movement improvisation and understanding.
Claire Porter
, MA, PORTABLES, Teaneck, New Jersey, USA

Balettakademien Studio 1: 15:25-16:15
Moderator: Marika Molnar, PT, New York, NY, USA
Can Rosen Movement enhance the teaching of ballet and contribute to the health of dancers? Charlotte F. Fürst, PT, BFA, Rosen Method Practitioner, Stockholm, Sweden


Balettakademien Studio 8: 17:15-18:15
Moderator: Peter Lewton-Brain, DO, MA, Monaco
Balettakademien Studio 1: 17:15-18:15
Moderator: Janet Karin, Melbourne, Australia
Shortcuts to ballet technique.
Stephanie Saland, Seattle, Washington, USA
Strategies in achieving supple, strong feet for dancers.
Jane T. Baas, MFA, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA

19:30-21:30 Performance by the Cullberg Ballet at the House of Dance

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

Program subject to change.


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