Bryant's Dance Medicine and Science

Snapping Hip Syndrome

July 11, 2016 Janine Bryant 0

photo credit: Dr. Nabil Ebraheim by Janine Bryant for The Dance Journal Hello, Readers! After a 6-month hiatus whilst organizing a move to the UK for a new teaching post, Bryant’s Dance Medicine and Science […]

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The Aging Dancer – Part 3 – A Global Survey

November 1, 2015 Janine Bryant 0

By Janine Bryant for The Dance Journal Dancers are obedient, generous and driven people! The determination and focus required to succeed is parallel to that required of elite athletes.  However, the added pressure of meeting […]

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The Aging Dancer – A Three-Part Series

August 15, 2015 Janine Bryant 2

  photo credit: feedthebeauty.com By Janine Bryant for The Dance Journal The dancer-athlete is susceptible to the same wear and tear on the body as an athlete who participates in competition sport.  Dancers, like athletes, […]

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The Perils and Pitfalls of Overtraining

April 1, 2015 Janine Bryant 0

photo credit:  fitonlinenow.com by Janine Bryant for The Dance Journal It’s performance season. You are in heavy rehearsals, possibly taking extra classes or supplementing your daily routine with extra work for a specific role, and […]

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Does the World Need Dance Medicine and Science?

March 1, 2015 Janine Bryant 0

by Janine Bryant for The Dance Journal Dancers are a hearty breed!  They endure both physical and psychological demands as a result of years of intense training, performance pressure and anatomical wear and tear largely dependent on the specific requirements […]

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