10 Tips For Successful

Rehab of your Dance Injury

Unfortunately after a serious injury, many dancers don’t get back to dancing fully again. Not because they can’t, but because they lose so much condition while being out due to injury, that their return to dance is plagued with even more injury, and it all becomes just too hard. If you have just suffered an injury, a dancer's biggest fear is usually something like:

"Will I ever be able to really dance properly again?"

"If I am off with an injury, will I lose my place in my troop/group?

"How will I keep my strength up if I am not training full out?"

Giving up what you love, what you live for, or what you feel you were born to do is something that I think no one should ever have to face. The trouble is that many people don’t have access to a good Dance Physio to really make the most of their time in rehab to not only recover fully, but to get back stronger, more flexible and better than ever.

To help you avoid this, our fantastic free report goes into detail on some essential elements that many dancers fail to think about when returning from injury. Including these in your rehab plan can really make all the difference in you getting back to dancing faster, keeping your body in condition and preventing the chance if re-injury at the same time.


Dance Injury Resources

If you are looking to delve deeper into this topic, check out the following programs:

Will I Ever Dance Again: The “Will I Ever Dance Again?” program is perfect if you are unable to train at full capacity, whether this is due to a foot injury, surgery, an accident or illness outside of the studio. It helps you build back to full capacity gradually, while maintaining strength, flexibility and control in the rest of the body.

Level One Dance Teacher and Therapist Training: This unique course covers a multitude of assessment and treatment techniques to individualise a dancers training. With special focusses on Postural Control, Core Stability, Flexibility, Basic Classical Technique, The Dancers Hip, Allegro, Spinal Mobility and Arabesques, it is suitable for anyone working closely with dancers.

Anatomy Posters: These A3 posters are a great addition to the studio, to make it easy for teachers to explain the anatomy behind the movement to dance students. With clear anatomical images and descriptions of how each muscle works in a dancer, they are an essential tool for training intelligent dancers.


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