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Resource Package: Rehabilitation for the Hypermobile Dancer

Resource Package: Rehabilitation for the Hypermobile Dancer

Resource Package: Rehabilitation for the Hypermobile Dancer

CA$26.99
This course includes

Did you know that an estimated 60-90% of dancers have a joint hypermobility disorder?

Research has shown that physiotherapy is a critical component in the management of hypermobile patients. Exercise for hypermobile patients has been shown to help improve self-efficacy, manage pain, decrease risk for injury and increase rates of continuing meaningful participation in activities. Exercises should have a focus on improving proprioception, motor control, balance and strength within a neutral joint range.

This resource package includes access to professional quality video exercises geared toward your hypermobile patients who participate in dance as well as other artistic sports (gymnastics, artistic swimming, etc.). We have compiled exercises we often use in the clinic with this population to improve proprioception, neuromuscular control, posture, strength, and balance. Every exercise includes verbal cues used by dance medicine experts to help your patients better understand where their joints are in space and how to control them. 

What's Included:

  • 18 patient exercises
  • Lifetime access to the exercises
  • BONUS! An easy access link to a 60+ minute webinar recording that Dinah Hampson & Geneviève Renaud delivered on May 7 2020 called 'Introduction to Assessing & Treating Dancers and Artistic Athletes'. *Please note - The same webinar link is provided in each Pivot Dancer resource package and this webinar is available for FREE in Embodia.

Scroll down to see what's included in this resource package.

To find out more about Pivot Dancer and our resources for dancers, visit our website at https://pivotdancer.com/

 

 

Important Information about Resource Packages on Embodia

A resource package is not a complete online course. Rather, resource packages on Embodia contain patient exercises and education which can be shared via Embodia.

This resource package is comprised of 18 exercise videos that can be prescribed to your patients using Embodia. Please note, you must be subscribed as an Embodia member ($15/month - annual and clinic discounts are available) to use Embodia with your patients. You can contact us at support@embodiaapp.com if you have questions.

Becoming an Embodia member means you get the following benefits:
  • Telerehab solution - unlimited consults and unlimited length of sessions for one-on-one virtual consults.
  • Group Telerehab: This feature will allows clinicians to run sessions with more than 1 patient at a time (up to 300 patients in the consult) - there is an additional $30CAD/month fee to enable this feature.
  • Full subscription to the Embodia home exercise prescription software and exercise library
  • Free mobile apps (Apple and Android) for practitioners and patients, which includes the ability to record patients in session. Patients use Embodia for free when invited by their practitioners
  • Outcome measures and questionnaires along with the ability to add your own
  • Private, secure two-way messaging for practitioners and their patients
  • Full access to an extensive free library (70+) of ‘member only’ courses with 2-4 new ones added each month
  • Monthly ‘member only’ discount days (10-100% off) on premium level courses
The instructors
Geneviève Renaud
BSc.PT, MClSc.PT, FCAMPT, RISPT

CO-FOUNDER Pivot Dancer
Registered Bilingual Physiotherapist

Dip. Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy, Dip. Sport Physiotherapy Progressive Ballet Technique (PBT) Certification Jr to Advanced levels.

Geneviève, a native of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, is a registered physiotherapist with 12+ years of experience in sport rehabilitation. She holds both a post-graduate Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy. Geneviève is a member of the Healthy Dancer Canada Network and of the International Association of Dance Medicine Science. She danced competitively for 20+ years, training in tap, jazz, ballet and contemporary dance and successfully passed the BATD Jazz associate exam with Highly Commended. Geneviève is the creator of the Strong Dancer program and has been asked to teach injury prevention workshops at multiple dance conferences. She currently treats athletes and dancers in a private clinic in Ottawa, Ontario and is a contractor with CSIO.


Dinah Hampson
BA, BSc.PT, FCAMT, RISPT

CO-FOUNDER Pivot Dancer
Registered Physiotherapist

Dip. Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy, Dip. Sport Physiotherapy, Progressive Ballet Technique (PBT) Certification Jr to Advanced levels, Certified pelvic physiotherapy

Dinah Hampson is a registered physiotherapist with 20+ years experience. She holds both a post-graduate Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy. Dinah is a member of the Healthy Dancer Canada Network and of the International Association of Dance Medicine Science. Dinah was classically trained in ballet, danced with the Young Dancer’s Company of the Newfoundland Dance Theatre and Musical Theatre productions. Dinah regularly assesses and treats dancers from professional dance training programs and companies as well as community/competitive dancers. Dinah is the owner of Pivot Sport Medicine in Toronto, Ontario.

Course Material included in this course
  • Resource Package: Rehabilitation for the Hypermobile Dancer
  • Welcome to Rehabilitation for the Hypermobile Dancer!
Patient Exercises included in this course
  • Relevé Walking with Foot Flexion
  • Balance in Parallel on Wobble Board
  • Tandem Walking (Forward & Reverse)
  • Star Balance
  • Single Leg Stance with Alphabet Writing
  • Single Leg Stance in Parallel
  • Bird Dog
  • Prone Plié
  • Supine Tabletop
  • Dead Bug: straight legs from table top
  • Prone Hip Extension
  • Knee Hyperextension Holds
  • Mermaid Side Plank
  • YTA in 4-point
  • Scapular Compass in 4-point
  • Plank to Down Dog
  • Hover in 4-point
  • Shoulder Tap in 4-point
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