Nancy Kadel MD
Orthopedic Surgeon, Group Health Orthopedics Clinic, Seattle, WA
Orthopedics training Harvard University Combined; Fellowship - Foot and Ankle
Chair, Dance/ USA Task Force on Dancer Health International Assoc of Dance Medicine (IADMS)P
erforming Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) elected Board Member
For further information about this course, please contact Brittany DeAngelis at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to announce the following C-I Training and Limón Technique teachers' courses with Donna Krasnow, PhD, at York University in Toronto this spring:
C-I Training Level 1 teacher course & certification:
Thursday, May 15 - Tuesday, May 20 from 9 am - 4 pm (6 days)
Cost: $650; enrollment needed: 12
C-I Training Level 2 teacher course & certification:
Thursday, May 22 - Tuesday, May 27 from 9 am - 12 pm (6 days)
Cost: $350; enrollment needed: 10
Limón Technique teacher course:
Thursday, May 22 - Thursday, May 29 from 1 - 5 pm (8 days)
Cost: $400; enrollment needed: 15
*Participants must have a good understanding of Limon Technique.
These enrollments are the minimums to make the courses run, so at this point we need to confirm the minimum number of commitments to participate (this is NOT yet registration). Contact email@example.com if you are interested.
NEW!!! DANCE RESOURCES!!
Part of our mission is to help facilitate communication amongst dancers, dance educators, and health care professionals. Please check out our resource page for the latest in achieving this. This members-only resource page includes a communication form that acts as a dancer's passport during an injury/health concern so that all three parties (dancer, dance educator, and health professional) can keep their lines of communication open so that all involved parties are aware of the dancer's injury/health concern and each person's role in the dancer's recovery.
We have also included a sheet of dance translations so that the dancer and the health care professional can speak the same language. Lastly we have developed a tip sheet on how a dancer can discuss their injury/health concern with their dance team (dance educator, artistic director, etc.) as they navigate their recovery.
Dance Research – University of Calgary
Are you a female dancer, between the ages of 35-60, with a diagnosed knee injury and still participating in dance?
If so, we need you!!
The Dr. Doyle-Baker lab is currently conducting research examining knee injuries and participation in dance. The title is: Exercise and osteoarthritis: understanding the contexts of women through sport. It is funded by Social Science Health Research Council (SSHRC) and ethics have been granted from the Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board (ethics ID: E-22728)
- Completing a form regarding physical activity participation
- Completing a knee symptom questionnaire
- Participating in an 20-30 minutes interview with a graduate student
We are interested in understanding why dancers return to dance and have continued participation following a knee injury, as many individuals who have experienced an injury do not.
In total, the process will take between 45-60 minutes. Interviews will be tape-recorded and coded using a software program. All information will remain completely confidential and anonymous.
If you choose to participate, arrangements to meet for the interview can be made for your convenience!
If interested, please feel free to contact Jodi (graduate student and research coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org to participate or for more information.
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