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1. Injuries during transition periods across the year in pre-professional and professional ballet and contemporary dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. (Abstract)

Injuries during transition periods across the year in pre-professional and professional ballet and contemporary dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. To consider the association of injuries with transition periods in the dance year, i.e., when dancers return at the start of the year, and when they transition from rehearsal to performance periods.Six electronic databases were searched to November 2019. All English language peer-reviewed studies, of any study design investigating ballet (...) study showed an increase in injured dancers at three and four weeks after transition from rehearsals to a performance season. Four studies show an increase in injuries at performance times.Meta-analyses of seven studies shows the second and third months after returning to dance have a significantly higher rate of injuries. More research is needed to quantify training loads in dance. Practitioners should be cognisant of the higher injury rates during periods of transition and consider modifying load

2020 Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine

2. Injury rates and characteristics in recreational, elite student and professional dancers: A systematic review. (Abstract)

Injury rates and characteristics in recreational, elite student and professional dancers: A systematic review. The purpose of this study was to systematically review the literature and synthesise the evidence on injury rates and characteristics in recreational, elite student, and professional dancers. Five online databases were searched from inception to January 2018 and screened by two independent reviewers. Primary research studies were eligible for inclusion if they reported injury rates (...) in recreational, elite student, and/or professional dancers of any genre and measured individual dance exposure at the hour, event, or day level. Sixteen studies were included, with only three studies incorporating recreational dancers. Reported injury incidence rates were less than 5 injuries per 1,000 dance hours, however substantially different definitions and methods for measuring injury and dance exposure were used. Based on the current evidence there is not an identifiable difference in injury rate

2019 Journal of sports sciences

3. The Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation in Elite Adolescent Dancers on Muscle Function and Injury Incidence: A Randomised Double-Blind Study. (Full text)

The Effect of Vitamin D Supplementation in Elite Adolescent Dancers on Muscle Function and Injury Incidence: A Randomised Double-Blind Study. A number of studies have noted low levels of Vitamin D in dancers and this has been associated with increased risk of injuries and decreased muscular strength indices. The aim of the present study was to examine whether vitamin D supplementation over a 4-month period can improve muscle function and injury incidence.Eighty-four participants volunteered (...) , exclusion criteria and drop out (19%) reduced cohort to 67 (f=29, m=38; 17-19yrs). Participants were randomly assigned to either an intervention or placebo group (2:1 ratio). All provided a venous blood sample pre and post the 4-month study period. The intervention group received 120,000IU vitamin D to be taken over a 1-week period and the placebo group received the same number of inert pills. Participants completed a series of muscle function tests pre and post the monitoring period. Injury incidence

2018 International journal of sports physiology and performance Controlled trial quality: predicted high PubMed abstract

4. Effect of stretching-based rehabilitation on pain, flexibility and muscle strength in dancers with hamstring injury: a single-blind, prospective, randomized clinical trial. (Abstract)

Effect of stretching-based rehabilitation on pain, flexibility and muscle strength in dancers with hamstring injury: a single-blind, prospective, randomized clinical trial. Hamstring injuries commonly occur in mainstream sports and occupations that involve physical activity. We evaluated the effect of a stretching-based rehabilitation program on pain, flexibility, and strength in dancers with hamstring injuries.Sixteen Korean traditional dancers with unilateral hamstring injuries were included (...) the Visual Analog Scale (VAS) score for pain, straight leg raise ROM Test for hamstring muscle flexibility, and isometric strength test for hamstring muscle strength.Subjects who underwent rehabilitation showed significant improvements in VAS score for pain (P=0.017) and ROM for flexibility (P<0.001). Muscle strength also increased after the rehabilitation program (P<0.05).This rehabilitation program effectively decreases pain and increases flexibility and strength in patients with hamstring injury

2018 The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness Controlled trial quality: uncertain

5. Differences in the occurrence and characteristics of injuries between full-time and part-time dancers (Full text)

Differences in the occurrence and characteristics of injuries between full-time and part-time dancers Professional dancers are at significant risk of injury due to the physical demands of their career. Despite their high numbers, the experience of injury in freelance or part-time dancers is not well understood. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine the occurrence and characteristics of injury in part-time compared with full-time Australian professional dancers.Data were collected (...) using a cross-sectional survey distributed to employees of small and large dance companies and freelance dancers in Australia. Statistical comparisons between full-time and part-time dancer demographics, dance training, injury prevalence and characteristics were made using χ2, two-tailed Fisher's exact tests, independent t-tests and Mann-Whitney U tests.A total of 89 full-time and 57 part-time dancers were included for analysis. A higher proportion of full-time dancers (79.8%) than part-time dancers

2018 BMJ Open Sport — Exercise Medicine PubMed abstract

6. The Relationship Between Range of Motion and Injuries in Adolescent Dancers and Sportspersons: A Systematic Review (Full text)

The Relationship Between Range of Motion and Injuries in Adolescent Dancers and Sportspersons: A Systematic Review Background: The frequent and intensive training and performance of pre-professional ballet dancers and sportspersons is offered at a time when young ballet dancers and young athletes may be vulnerable to injury due to the progress through adolescence and growth spurts. Hypothesis: There are changes in range of motion during the progress through adolescence and growth periods (...) in dancers and sportspersons. These changes in ROM can be linked to the increase of injury. Objectives: The primary aim of this systematic review is to determine whether there are changes in ROM during the progress through adolescence and growth spurts in dancers and sportspersons. The secondary aim is to determine whether these changes can predict the risk of injuries for adolescent dancers and sportspersons. Search strategy: Pubmed, Cochrane Register of Controlled Trails (CENTRAL), Cochrane Database

2018 Frontiers in psychology PubMed abstract

7. Effects of Supplemental Training on Performance and Injury Risk in Dancers

Effects of Supplemental Training on Performance and Injury Risk in Dancers Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external websites. Email

2020 PROSPERO

8. INJURY INCIDENCE, DANCE EXPOSURE AND THE USE OF THE MOVEMENT COMPETENCY SCREEN (MCS) TO IDENTIFY VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH INJURY IN FULL-TIME PRE-PROFESSIONAL DANCERS (Full text)

INJURY INCIDENCE, DANCE EXPOSURE AND THE USE OF THE MOVEMENT COMPETENCY SCREEN (MCS) TO IDENTIFY VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH INJURY IN FULL-TIME PRE-PROFESSIONAL DANCERS Prospective studies utilizing standardized injury and exposure measures are needed to consolidate our knowledge of injury incidence and associated risk factors for musculoskeletal injury amongst pre-professional dancers. The purpose of this study was to investigate the injury incidence amongst pre-professional dancers attending (...) a fulltime training school in New Zealand. The secondary purposes of this study were to investigate the relationship between dance exposure and injury risk, and the relationship between risk factors (specifically the MCS outcome scores) and injury risk.A prospective cohort study of 66 full-time pre-professional dancers was undertaken over one full academic year (38 weeks), included 40 females (mean age 17.78 yrs, SD 1.18) and 26 males (mean age 18.57yrs, SD 1.72). Injury surveillance included both

2017 International journal of sports physical therapy PubMed abstract

9. The Relationship between Vitamin D Levels, Injury and Muscle Function in Adolescent Dancers. (Abstract)

The Relationship between Vitamin D Levels, Injury and Muscle Function in Adolescent Dancers. Vitamin D has been shown to benefit a diverse range of health functions including muscle function. The aim of the present study was to identify serum 25(OH)D3 levels in a sample of adolescent dancers and compare them to muscle function and injury incidence. We incorporated a cross-sectional design to study 49 pre-professional male and female dancers (17±4.44 yrs, 52.1±6.72 kg, 1.63±0.07 m) in full-time (...) the insufficient/deficient group (p<0.05) but not for the other muscle function parameters. Fifty-seven percent of participants reported at least 1 injury. The most common were sprains (33%) and tendinopathies (19%). Injured dancers had significantly lower peak torque at 60°/s. The link between serum 25[OH]D3 and reduced muscle fatigue resistance has not been shown before, though the underlying mechanisms aren't apparent and the link between muscular strength and injury has been previously evidenced.© Georg

2020 International Journal of Sports Medicine

10. Association Between Previous Injury and Risk Factors for Future Injury in Preprofessional Ballet and Contemporary Dancers. (Abstract)

Association Between Previous Injury and Risk Factors for Future Injury in Preprofessional Ballet and Contemporary Dancers. To determine the prevalence of self-reported 1-year injury history and examine its association with preparticipation evaluation components aimed at predicting future injury risk (PPE-IP) among preprofessional ballet and contemporary dancers.Cross-sectional study.Preprofessional ballet school, university contemporary dance program.Full-time preprofessional ballet (...) % CI, 0.30-1.56)], or level of psychological coping skills [OR 1.35 (95% CI, 0.61-2.94)].The prevalence of self-reported 1-year injury history among preprofessional ballet and contemporary dancers is high. Although measures of PPE-IP did not differ based on injury history, it is important that age and psychological coping skills are considered in future dance injury prevention and prediction research.Level 3 evidence.

2019 Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine

11. Hip and Groin Injuries in Dancers: A Systematic Review. (Full text)

Hip and Groin Injuries in Dancers: A Systematic Review. Injury data on hip and groin injuries vary, and these injuries are often misrepresented or overlooked for more commonly seen injuries, such as those to the foot and ankle.To provide a systematic review of the injury rates of hip and groin pathology in dancers and look to establish a better understanding of the occurrence of hip and groin injuries in the dancer population.A literature search was performed using PubMed and CINAHL databases (...) for articles published between 2000 and 2016.Inclusion criteria consisted of (1) documentation of the number of hip and/or groin injuries, (2) study population consisting of dancers whose training included some level of ballet, and (3) studies of levels 1 through 3 evidence.Systematic review.Level 3.A single reviewer identified studies that met the inclusion criteria. The number of overall injuries, hip/groin injuries, study participants, injured participants, training hours per week, mean age of study

2017 Sports health PubMed abstract

12. Dancer Injuries

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2018 FP Notebook

13. Risk Factors for Lower-Extremity Injuries in Female Ballet Dancers: A Systematic Review. (Abstract)

Risk Factors for Lower-Extremity Injuries in Female Ballet Dancers: A Systematic Review. Ballet dancers have a high prevalence of injuries to the lower extremity. Many studies have investigated the relationship between dance injury and risk factors. However, risk factors for lower-extremity injury comparing recreational- and elite-level ballet dancers are scarce.To systematically review available original studies to assess risk factors for lower-extremity injury in female ballet dancers between (...) was a risk factor for lower-extremity injury in both recreational and elite ballet dancers. In elite ballet dancers, poor lumbopelvic movement control, inappropriate transversus abdominis contraction, decreased lower-extremity strength, and poor aerobic fitness were risk factors for lower-extremity injury. In recreational ballet dancers, hypermobility of the hip and ankle and longer training hours were risk factors for lower-extremity injury. Mean DB score was 15.94 (SD 1.57). The majority of studies

2018 Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine

14. What Do We Know About How Acute Physical Fatigue Affects Movement in Dancers?: A Systematic Review of the Literature. (Abstract)

What Do We Know About How Acute Physical Fatigue Affects Movement in Dancers?: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Dancers are skilled athletes who train, rehearse, and perform extensively and often repeat the same sequences of movements in class or while learning and rehearsing choreography. Fatigue is thought to be related to an increased risk of injury due to altered movement patterns and distributions of joint forces. However, little research has examined the effects of fatigue on dance (...) performance.The purpose of this study was to review the relevant literature and characterize what is known about how the movement patterns of trained dancers are affected by induced acute physical fatigue.Four electronic databases were searched for studies that investigated any protocol or method designed to induce acute fatigue and examined the effects fatigue had on dancers. Two reviewers independently assessed the methodological quality of and extracted data from the included studies.Of 440 search results

2019 Medical problems of performing artists

15. Characteristics and prevalence of musculoskeletal injury in professional and non-professional ballet dancers (Full text)

Characteristics and prevalence of musculoskeletal injury in professional and non-professional ballet dancers Ballet is a high-performance activity that requires an advanced level of technical skills. Ballet places great stress on tendons, muscles, bones, and joints and may act directly as a trigger of injury by overuse.1) to describe the main types of injuries and affected areas related to classical ballet and 2) to compare the frequency of musculoskeletal injuries among professional and non (...) -professional ballet dancers, considering possible gender differences among the professional dancers.A total of 110 questionnaires were answered by professional and non-professional dancers. The questionnaire contained items related to the presence of injury, the regions involved, and the mechanism of the injury.We observed a high frequency of musculoskeletal injuries, with ankle sprains accounting for 69.8% of injuries in professional dancers and 42.1% in non-professional dancers. Pirouettes were the most

2016 Brazilian journal of physical therapy PubMed abstract

16. Upholding standards of reporting in the synthesis of dance epidemiology literature: Letter to the editor re: Prevalence and profile of musculoskeletal injuries in ballet dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. (Abstract)

Upholding standards of reporting in the synthesis of dance epidemiology literature: Letter to the editor re: Prevalence and profile of musculoskeletal injuries in ballet dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. 27641268 2017 04 05 2018 12 02 1873-1600 22 2016 11 Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine Phys Ther Sport Upholding standards of reporting in the synthesis of dance epidemiology literature: Letter (...) to the editor re: Prevalence and profile of musculoskeletal injuries in ballet dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. 129-130 S1466-853X(16)30068-2 10.1016/j.ptsp.2016.08.001 Swain Christopher T V CT School of Exercise Science, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia. Ekegren Christina L CL Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Australia. Electronic address: christina.ekegren@monash.edu. eng Letter Comment 2016 08 04 England Phys Ther Sport 100940513

2016 Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine

17. Prevalence and profile of musculoskeletal injuries in ballet dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. (Full text)

Prevalence and profile of musculoskeletal injuries in ballet dancers: A systematic review and meta-analysis. To determine the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders and anatomical regions which are most frequently injured in ballet dancers.Published (AMED, CiNAHL, EMBASE, SPORTDiscus, psycINFO, MEDLINE, the Cochrane Library) and grey literature databases (OpenGrey, the WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform, Current Controlled Trials and the UK National Research Register Archive (...) ) were searched from their inception to 25th May 2015 for papers presenting data on injury prevalence in ballet dancers. Two reviewers independently identified all eligible papers, data extracted and critically appraised studies. Study appraisal was conducted using the CASP appraisal tool. Pooled prevalence data with 95% confidence intervals were estimated to determine period prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders and anatomical regions affected.Nineteen studies were eligible, reporting 7332

2016 Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine PubMed abstract

18. The effect of pointe shoe deterioration on foot and ankle kinematics and kinetics in professional ballet dancers. (Full text)

The effect of pointe shoe deterioration on foot and ankle kinematics and kinetics in professional ballet dancers. Dancing en pointe significantly increases the risk of lower limb injuries by placing the foot and ankle joint in unfavorable positions. The pointe shoe, worn predominantly by female ballet dancers may aid movement and acts as a major stabilizer of the foot. The deterioration in pointe shoe structure with excessive wear may increase a dancer's risk of ankle and foot related injuries (...) by placing excessive load on the joints when the foot is poorly aligned. The purpose of this study was to investigate differences in foot and ankle kinetics and kinematics between new and worn pointe shoes. Fifteen professional ballet dancers completed a series of bourreés (walking en pointe) in both new and worn pointe shoes (>20 h wear). Force and pressure analyses determined peak ground reaction force and centre of pressure velocity. A 2D kinematic analysis determined the magnitude of mid-foot flexion

2018 Human movement science Controlled trial quality: uncertain PubMed abstract

19. Neuromodulation in Professional Dancers

. For general information, Layout table for eligibility information Ages Eligible for Study: 18 Years to 30 Years (Adult) Sexes Eligible for Study: Female Accepts Healthy Volunteers: Yes Criteria Inclusion Criteria: Female dancers Training at least twenty-five hours per week Pointe training at least five hours per week. Exclusion Criteria: They had sustained an injury to their stance limb in the past year preventing dancing for at least 1 day Personal Psychological Apprehension Scale (PPAS) score >37.5 (...) Neuromodulation in Professional Dancers Neuromodulation in Professional Dancers - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Neuromodulation in Professional Dancers The safety and scientific validity

2018 Clinical Trials

20. Results of Treatment of Posterior Ankle Impingement Syndrome and Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendinopathy in Dancers: A Systematic Review. (Abstract)

Results of Treatment of Posterior Ankle Impingement Syndrome and Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendinopathy in Dancers: A Systematic Review. Dancing on pointe and relevé requires extreme plantar flexion of the talo-crural joint. Hence, these positions may lead to posterior ankle impingement syndrome (PAIS). PAIS often coincides with flexor hallucis longus tendinopathy (FHL tendinopathy, or "dancers' tendinitis"). Both injuries can appear in isolation as well. The goal of this review is to evaluate (...) the results and the available levels of evidence of conservative and operative treatment (both open and endoscopic) of PAIS and FHL tendinopathy in dancers. It also offers an insight into the history of dance medical publications on this subject. In October 2016, a systematic search of PubMed, Embase, Cochrane, CINAHL, Web of Science, and (in French) ScienceDirect databases was undertaken. Five hundred and seventy-six publications were found, of which a total of 27 reported the results of operative

2018 Journal of dance medicine & science : official publication of the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science

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