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Ballet dancers young and old often see the progression onto pointe as a rite of passage in their dancing career.

However, pointe work is not right for everyone, and if started too early, or without the proper preparation can cause various injuries. Often fraught with questions, progressing onto pointe can be confusing and very complicated for younger dancers. Below is a video which helps answers some of the trickier questions about pointe work from a dance physiotherapist's perspective. 


 

 

When anyone is planning to start en pointe they always have lots of questions, such as:

  • How Old Do You Have To Be To Start Pointe?
  • Does Pointe Work Hurt?
  • Can I Go En Pointe If I Have Flat Feet?
  • Does Pointe Work Hurt?
  • Why Do Dancers Get Blisters On Their Toes ?
  • Does Pointe Work Cause Bunions ?
  • How Can You Avoid Foot Injuries En Pointe?
  • Why Do You Have To Break In Pointe Shoes?

In our report “The Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions About Progressing Onto Pointe”, we break these questions down into parts and answer each of them in detail, assessing the everyday realities of pointe work to help you make informed decisions about your future.
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