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iConference Program: Dance Medicine & Biomechanics Sessions

Monday, July 20, 2020  

iConference Program


Dance Medicine & Biomechanics Sessions

Enduring Material from the

29th Annual Conference, Montreal

Monday, July 20, 2020

Available to view NOW on the IADMS iConference app: Dance Medicine and Biomechanics Sessions from the 29th Annual Conference, Montreal. See full program below.

To watch the presentations, login to the iConference app, schedule, and click on the “View Presentation” tab under the session title.


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To purchase CME credits, visit the iConference webpage and login for further instructions



Upcoming Events:

July 27th Dance for Health Sessions from the 29th Annual Conference, Montreal

August Networking Events (registration required)



Full Program of Dance Medicine and Biomechanics Sessions:


2 hours 30 minutes / 1.75 CME credits


*Biomechanical determinants of partner selection in sport ballroom dancing couples. Adrianna Banio, PhD (10 minutes)


*Burden of musculoskeletal injuries in pre-professional ballet dancers: a 3-year prospective cohort study. Sarah Kenny, PhD (10 minutes)


*Hip joint cartilage defects in professional ballet dancers: a 5-year longitudinal study. Sue Mayes, PhD, B.App.Sci (10 minutes)


Incidence, anatomical location and mechanism of bone stress injuries in pre-professional male and female ballet dancers. A two-year cohort study. Maria Chiara Galvan, MSc (10 minutes)


*Managing concussion symptoms: myths, science, consensus, and practical strategies. Lynda Manwaring, PhD, Psych (20 minutes)

This presentation will be available Saturday, July 25th.


*Musculoskeletal injuries in pole dancers: a prospective surveillance study. Joanna Nicholas, PhD BSc (10 minutes)


Relationship between maximal ankle strength and saut de chat leaping performance. Paige E. Rice, MSc (10 minutes)


*Spine interventions for the young in-season athlete. Mohan Radhakrishna, MD (30 minutes)


The effect of an 8-week neuromuscular training program on Jump performance and landing biomechanics in female adolescent recreational dancers: a controlled trial. Karen Sudds, MSc (10 minutes)


*The effect of fatigue on hip and knee landing kinematics in dancers. Danielle Jarvis, PhD, ATC (10 minutes)


The effects of a 9-week hip focused weight training program on hip and knee kinematics and kinetics in amateur and professional female dancers. Sandro Rajic, MSc (10 minutes)

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