Ask the Physio … Training Turnout

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Training Turn Out … a brief guide for dancers by Sally Harrison from Perfect Form Physiotherapy Every dancer desires a natural, wide turn-out from the hips. High kicks, strong turn-out, centering and core control – these are just a few of the things that today’s dancer is se… Read Article

Ask the Physio: Functional Training Part 2

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What is functional training & how does it apply to me as a dancer? by Sally Harrison from Perfect Form Physiotherapy Read PART 1 here Just as an athlete spends a lot of time training for competition, it is equally important that the professional dancer does the same. The training I refe… Read Article

Ask the Physio: Functional Training

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Functional Training  |  Part 1 What is it and how does it apply to me as a dancer? by Sally Harrison from Perfect Form Physiotherapy Just as an athlete spends a lot of time training for competition, it is equally important that the professional dancer does the same. The training I refer to… Read Article

ASK THE PHYSIO … OVERUSE INJURIES!

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Overuse injuries…..recognition and prevention. If you are taking on full time dance school this year you will probably increase the amount of dancing you are doing every week considerably. Your body may also notice this substantially!!! Our resident expert Physiotherapist –… Read Article

2015 ONLINE GUIDE TO FULL TIME

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Australia’s Number ONE Dance and Musical Theatre Destination – DanceLife – is again bringing you the top resource for dance and performing arts students ‘DanceLife’s Online Guide To Dance and Performing Arts Courses 2015’. The guide has been created for students that ar… Read Article

Ask The Physio …. What Is Anterior Ankle Impingement?

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What Is Anterior Ankle Impingement? What is Anterior Ankle Impingement? “Impingement” of the ankle refers to pain and dysfunction at the ankle which can occur at the front (anterior) or at the back of the ankle (posterior). ‘’Impingement” means “to hit against” or “to come in contact wi… Read Article

Ask the physio … knee pain

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What Is Anterior Knee Pain And How Do I Manage It? Why do I have knee pain? Anterior knee pain is an umbrella term for pain felt at the front of the knee. It is usually linked to the knee cap (patella) region,either directly underneath or to either side. Mechanism of Injury- how does it occur? T… Read Article
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ASK THE PHYSIO … Strained Muscles!

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A strained muscle, how to recognise and treat … by Sally Harrison, Perfect Form Physio A strained muscle is a very common injury amongst those with a highly active life. Although our muscles can withstand a lot of physical demands sometimes if the muscle is overloaded and unable to… Read Article

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