/Font << /Type /Metadata /G11 16 0 R /XObject << >> >> /F2 53 0 R >> Methods Prospective cohort study in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. /F5 56 0 R /F11 64 0 R However, when they do occur, they are more likely to occur in the male dancers due to the lifting elements required. /F6 57 0 R /F7 26 0 R Marissa is a licensed physical therapist and certified conditioning specialist in New York City. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] The most affected anatomic segments were the ankle/foot (92 injuries; 28.75%) and thigh/leg (88 injuries; 27.50%) in classical ballet, the thigh/leg (43 injuries; 27.92%) in jazz/contemporary dance, and the knee (22 injuries; 43.14%) in tap/folk dance. A minor injury in one member can cause a domino effect within the company: Other dancers need to do double duty, which puts their bodies at risk for injury as well. Dance as a Risk Factor for Injuries and Development of Occupational Diseases Nataša Holcer 1 , Jasna Pucarin-Cvetković 1 , Jadranka Mustajbegović 1 and Eugenija Žuškin 1 1 Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Medicinski fakultet, Škola narodnog zdravlja "Andrija Štampar", Zagreb, Hrvatska stream endobj Modern (or contemporary) dance has become increasingly popular, yet little has been reported with respect to modern dance injuries and their consequences. /Contents 65 0 R /ML 4 Risk factors for injuries attributed to CrossFit included older age, male sex, higher body mass index, existing previous injuries, lack of coach supervision, CrossFit experience, and participation in competitions, according to the studies. /SA true Dance injury risk factors Some of the factors that can increase your risk of dance injury include: Inexperience – beginners may be vulnerable to injury because they don’t have the skills or technique to meet the physical demands of their chosen dance style. Patients: Forty-five first-year students of Bachelor Dance and Bachelor Dance Teacher. /ColorSpace << >> The most reported causal mechanisms were dynamic overload and excessive use. Participants: Full-time preprofessional ballet and contemporary dancers. /GS2 50 0 R /F2 53 0 R /Type /Page /F9 60 0 R /Contents 63 0 R The median DB score across studies was 8/33 (range 2–16). A … Acrobat Distiller 7.0 (Windows) /F9 60 0 R >> Modern (or contemporary) dance has become increasingly popular, yet little has been reported with respect to modern dance injuries and their consequences. /Annots [73 0 R] 47 0 R] Since dance is a ... As with other activities (such as horse jockeying) where weight is a factor, dancers are at a higher risk for developing eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. Various researchers have tried to elicit different risk factors related to dance injuries, classifying them to external and internal risk factors. endobj /F1 52 0 R /Type /Page /CropBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] << We sought to identify sociodemographic and familial correlates of injury in children aged 2 to 3 years. Attempts to identify risk factors for dance injuries have focused on a diversity of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. /X1 62 0 R /Length 4601 /F7 58 0 R JSM200685 493..498 << /Resources << Injury Patterns Per Dance Genre Ballet considerations. 14 0 obj /Metadata 4 0 R /LW 1 But with proper prevention, hip hop dancers can reduce their risk of injury. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] >> /F8 59 0 R /GS2 50 0 R /Contents 67 0 R endobj 17 0 obj /F8 59 0 R �^#�O1X��|�b[}[��� ����u�+oc[˹�v����)��V^v�����h��sFJyk��t��K� �-�� ��)&mG��[��Z� JP The athletic life routine of these dancers starts from an early age, enabling them to become professionals near 15 years old 8. endobj endobj /F11 64 0 R /F2 53 0 R /F4 23 0 R /F1 52 0 R >> /GS4 51 0 R /F3 54 0 R /F7 58 0 R >> endobj In tap/folk dance, the mechanism responsible for the greatest occurrence of injury was excessive use (64.70%). The following are some ways to reduce injury risk factors to try to prevent these types of injuries or lessen their severity: Stretch the muscles of the upper and lower extremity, including the back, before and after activity. Risk Factors . %PDF-1.3 The Healthy Steps data set describes 5565 infants who were enrolled at birth in 15 US cities in 1996–1997 and had follow-up until they were 30 to 33 months of age. 1 12 0 obj New factors need to be searched and the qualitative methods are a good way to search. Risk assessment. 15 0 obj /GS4 51 0 R Previous studies assessing intrinsic risk factors for dance-related injuries are small and cross-sectional in nature. /BM /Normal The most affected sites were the ankle/foot, lower back and knee. /XObject << /Resources << /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] /S /D >> << /F3 54 0 R Wrist tendonitis may be caused by either an: Acute injury 8 from falls, motor vehicle accidents, playing sports, and non-penetrating blunt injury may cause wrist tendonitis. >> /Pages 3 0 R >> >> /X15 22 0 R TABLE 4 Association of Sex and Age With Low Back Pain and Low Back Injury in Dance; Risk Factor/Study Observation Reported Significance Confounders Controlled for; Sex Allen et al 4: Male less than female (11.5% versus 15.1%; 0.55/1000 dance-hours versus 0.63/1000 dance-hours) Not reported: None Baker et al 7 1 0 obj The review was published in The Physician and Sportsmedicine. /F3 54 0 R Repetitive Use Is a Risk Factor for Wrist Sprain. /Cs6 [/ICCBased 49 0 R] The aim of the present study was to identify risk factors for the occurrence of sport injuries in dancers related to anthropometric variables, training, and specific dance characteristics. 1) Put chin to chest, and let gravity stretch the back of your neck. << endobj /F1 52 0 R /ca .2 �c(6�5)f;��j�mki�ұE}��M?Kx��[k��}f�J�'� ��1hV޳�.6��6���"�X�:���7Q��D��9��\���cDTik��3��-�#�Q��7�o�[�G�!�Ў[G�%�$py��J;��n�}��j�-�#�Q���~��!�U�Џ. >> /F8 59 0 R /F6 57 0 R << Boxing, for example, is associated with much higher risk of long-term concussive damage due to direct head strikes. /F3 54 0 R /F9 60 0 R /Rotate 0 There are certain risk factors that can increase your chance of suffering a brain injury. Achilles Tendonitis. /ColorSpace << We performed a retrospective analysis of prospectively collected data from a multicenter trauma registry. 16 0 obj OBJECTIVE. Background The dance literature has been researching injuries risk factors but results are divergent. Progressive adaption of the skill level, adapted to the force, balance, technique and endurance (handstand before 90’s) 3. /Font << /Font << /F6 57 0 R The Flyers are looking to win their first Stanley Cup since 1975. /F9 60 0 R /PageLabels 5 0 R /BM /Normal /CropBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] >> Fernanda Soares Campoy;Lara Raquel de Oliveira Coelho;Fabio Bastos;Jayme Júnior;Luiz Marques Vanderlei;Henrique Luiz Monteiro;Carlos Padovani;Carlos Pastre; *Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Programa de Pós graduação em Fisioterapia, Laboratório de Fisioterapia Desportiva – LAFIDE, UNESP – Univ Estadual Paulista, Presidente Prudente, Sao Paulo, Brazil†Faculdade de Ciências, Programa de Pós graduação em Fisioterapia, UNESP – Univ Estadual Paulista, Bauru, Sao Paulo, Brazil‡Instituto de Biociências, Programa de Pós graduação em Fisioterapia, UNESP – Univ Estadual Paulista, Botucatu, Sao Paulo, Brazil. /Type /Page Functional propensity to injury: this refers to how dancers use their bodies in relation to increased risk of injury. Injuries to the head, neck, trunk and upper limbs are the least likely injuries to occur in the dancing population. /X10 19 0 R /ExtGState << /Contents 69 0 R /Rotate 0 The monthly IP of all injuries ranged from 23% to 43% and for substantial injuries from 6% to 17%. Objective To identify and evaluate the evidence examining risk factors for musculoskeletal injury in preprofessional ballet and modern dancers. At NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance Injuries, we use our experience managing dance-related injuries to educate dancers about how to avoid injury and stay healthy.We accomplish this through programs and services that focus on assessing your risk of injury and diagnosing injuries at their earliest and most treatable stages. /Cs6 [/ICCBased 49 0 R] The purpose of this study is to define the incidence, risk factors, and management of musculoskeletal injuries in professional modern dancers. /Height 320 Others include higher-arched feet, very flexible ankles and, like most chronic injuries, muscle imbalances. >> /F6 57 0 R 10 0 obj 3 0 obj /F9 60 0 R /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] >> /Font << >> /Parent 3 0 R /Resources << /F10 61 0 R Height was associated with injury in classical ballet and tap/folk dance. Work-related MSDs have a multifactorial nature and variable presentation, which means it might not be obvious which combination of possible solutions will halt, or prevent, the pain cycle for an individual Eye M.D. The biggest risk factor for concussion is a previous concussion or repetitive blows to the head. /F2 53 0 R Neck. Regular stretching to gain more elasticity of the muscles 4. A total of 377 injuries (75.40%) of the interviewees reported injuries in the past 12 months. /Parent 3 0 R Causes of Wrist Tendonitis. /F5 56 0 R /Type /Page The aim of the present study was to identify risk factors for the occurrence of sport injuries in dancers related to anthropometric variables, training, and specific dance characteristics. The data were collected through interviews addressing the occurrence of injuries and respective characteristics. endobj /CropBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] Nine of the 15 incidence studies explored risk factors for injury in dancers (see table 2), 1 study focused on dance as a risk factor for injury in performing arts students, 48 and 1 additional study investigated risk factors, including injury, for attrition from ballet school. /Creator (Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher 9.1.510/W Unicode) Injury details collected included type and anatomical location of injury. �+Sl�V����˗���Gޗ"���%{O���ȇ�,Ej籬s�/�rF �}S��t���6�Z����;[�� Dancers risk injury within the course of their career, many retiring from active performance in their mid to late 30s. Organ failure, including acute kidney injury (AKI), is the third leading cause of death after bleeding and brain injury in trauma patients. These risk factors are similar to those associated with cerebral injury during DKA, 11-13 raising the question of whether factors associated with DKA severity are independently associated with increased risk of injury to multiple organs, or whether kidney and cerebral injuries during DKA might involve a single pathophysiological process. Hip hop is a dance form with its origins mainly on the streets of New York City and California. endstream /F11 64 0 R Dance injurie Risk Factors. uuid:744afac7-8984-473a-8056-1df0671f1d03 /Resources << Kadel encourages dancers to spend just as much time strengthening the outside muscles as the inside muscles of the ankle—those you use for winging and sickling. /F10 61 0 R /ColorSpace << >> The most affected anatomic segments were the ankle/foot (92 injuries; 28.75%) and thigh/leg (88 injuries; 27.50%) in classical ballet, the thigh/leg (43 injuries; 27.92%) in jazz/contemporary dance, and the knee (22 injuries; 43.14%) in tap/folk dance. /Title (JSM200685 493..498) /MediaBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] << Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid. /ExtGState << >> >> /Rotate 0 /CropBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] … 18 0 obj /ca 1 /F3 54 0 R >> 4 0 obj If an identified risk or hazard cannot be eliminated or removed: 26th Dance Festival of Joinville (Brazil), 2008. /F11 64 0 R /Subtype /Image Design One-year, retrospective, cross-sectional study. /F7 58 0 R /F9 60 0 R MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE Self-reported 1-year history of dance-related medical attention and/or time-loss injury. /ColorSpace << /Parent 3 0 R /F6 57 0 R 8 0 obj /X13 20 0 R endobj Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher 9.1.510/W Unicode /ca 1 Dancers participating in the 26th Dance Festival of Joinville (Brazil) were interviewed using the Reported Condition Inquiry, which was previously validated and modified for dance. m�k���N�� /ExtGState << There are a variety of risk factors for dance related injury and these vary depending on the type of dance being performed: 1) Improper training (lack of warm-up) 2) Poor technique (inadequate hip rotation needed for turnout) 3) Muscle imbalances (weak hip and buttock muscles) On the Fly Newsletter . 2011-11-01T12:38:34+05:30 /F2 53 0 R %���� Incorrect Technique. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] /Contents [71 0 R 72 0 R] << /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] /X1 62 0 R Fifteen electronic databases were systematically searched to October 2015. Risk factors were studied in 4556 players aged 12–17 years from a randomised controlled trial during the 2009 season. /F10 61 0 R /X1 62 0 R Attempts to identify risk factors for dance injuries have focused on a diversity of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. endobj /F7 58 0 R It is good practice to document any risks identified and the agreed measures for eliminating or decreasing any risk. Giving yourself sufficient time to regenerate after practise 5. 11 0 obj /Count 0 >> 16, 26 An important point is that risk factors can be divided into modifiable and non-modifiable factors. >> /MediaBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] Lower extremity and back injuries have been identified as being predominant while injury prevention includes identifying the risk factors for injury (Mackrell op. Sports injuries are rarely the result of a single factor, and can generally be attributed to an association of circumstances. endobj The rate of injury was 1.38/1000 h of dance and 1.87/1000 DEs. /GS2 50 0 R >> >> New dancers must build their strength and flexibility slowly and safely. These factors include: Temperature: Too hot or too cold a studio / theatre. endobj << /ColorSpace << /Producer (Acrobat Distiller 7.0 \(Windows\)) >> Injury rate was reported per 1000 h of dance and 1000 dance exposures (DEs). 6 0 obj /LJ 0 Abstract Objective: To determine whether student characteristics, lower-extremity kinematics, and strength are risk factors for sustaining lower-extremity injuries in preprofessional contemporary dancers. This study investigated potential risk factors (coping, perfectionism, and self-regulation) for substantial injuries in contemporary dance students using a prospective cohort design, as high-quality studies focusing on mental risk factors for dance injuries are lacking. application/pdf >> Objectives To report (1) the injury incidence in recreational runners in preparation for a 8-km or 16-km running event and (2) which factors were associated with an increased injury risk. /X8 18 0 R 2011-11-01T12:38:34+05:30 << /rgid (PB:51730649_AS:596090181132288@1519130382048) /X1 62 0 R Contemporary dance students are at high risk for injuries. The results suggest that psychological variables can affect both the incidence and outcome of dance injury among dancers. >> Injury was considered any pain or musculoskeletal condition resulting from training and competition sufficient to alter the normal training routine in terms of form, duration, intensity, or frequency. >> /F8 59 0 R >> uuid:d727b8ba-84ee-4298-94e7-bcddf0d84d49 /F4 55 0 R /StructParents 0 Dancers are exposed to a wide range of risk factors for injury. g: Preprofessional ballet school, university contemporary dance program. 2 0 obj >> Sports involving repetitive use of the wrist are common risk factors for wrist sprains. >>   /Type /Page endobj /Length 1531 /F8 59 0 R /Parent 3 0 R Female dancers had lower ACL injury risk factors than female soccer players during landing tasks. /F6 25 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 594.95996 840.95996] People with one or more of the above risk factors are advised to seek medical attention if they suspect wrist tendonitis or tendinosis. 21(6):493–498, NOVEMBER 2011. << Risk factors are traditionally divided into two main categories: internal (or intrinsic) athlete-related risk factors and external (or extrinsic) environmental risk factors. cit.). The most common issues that cause dance injuries include: Type of dance and frequency of classes, rehearsals, and performances; Duration of training; Environmental conditions such as hard floors and cold studios; Equipment used, especially shoes; Individual dancer's body alignment; Prior history of injury; Nutritional deficiencies HOW CAN DANCE INJURIES BE PREVENTED? 7 0 obj Results: The clinical incidence of injury was 1.42 injuries per dancer and the risk of injury was 76% over the one-year period. << /Font << CONCLUSIONS: Age and body weight were associated with injury in jazz/contemporarydance. /Nums [0 14 0 R] Being aware of these, and taking appropriate action, can lesson the possibility of injury. 5 0 obj >> /F12 70 0 R /Type /Pages >> /MediaBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI] have recorded a significant high injury rate in dance aerobic instructors (Du Toit and Smith, 2001; Komura et al., 1992). stream An example of that would be someone who has an older knee injury that limits their ability to fully hit optimal squat depth. /SMask 74 0 R >> /F5 56 0 R /ModDate (D:20120427104052-03'00') /GS4 51 0 R >> Hold all stretches a minimum of 30 seconds and repeat 2-3 times each. Sport Injury Risk. There are a number of factors that can increase an athlete's risk of groin injury, including: Adolescent girls are at a higher risk of stress fractures in the groin area and elsewhere, 1 though they can occur in both sexes and at many ages. Five hundred dancers (409 women and 91 men) with a mean age of 18.26 ± 4.55 years. The following are some ways to reduce injury risk factors to try to prevent these types of injuries or lessen their severity: Stretch the muscles of the upper and lower extremity, including the back, before and after activity. /Resources << Participation in physical activity comes with a risk of injury, dance being no exception. /GS4 51 0 R /G12 17 0 R With the unique demands posed by each distinctive dance style, there are variations in specific injury patterns and risk factors. Although back injuries may not be any more common than hip or ankle injuries, there are a few issues that show up over and over again in dancers. Sixty-one different types of injuries and symptoms were identified and later classified into four major categories: knee injuries, foot or ankle tendinopathy, back injuries, and non-categorized injuries. /Width 320 /XObject << endobj /F6 57 0 R When dancers allow their technique to slip – usually due to fatigue – they put … /Type /XObject Why does sport injury happen, and what places one person more at risk for sport injury than another? Single-leg drop landing is statistically correlated with ACL injury risk factors compared with double-leg drop landing in all groups. Duration of practice was associated with injury in classical ballet and jazz/contemporary dance. /F1 52 0 R /Cs6 [/ICCBased 49 0 R] Dancing is fun and a great form of exercise, but make sure you avoid injuries. >> /XObject << /MediaBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] /GS2 50 0 R As much as athletes, professional dancers are susceptible to a constant injury risk. Investigation of Risk Factors and Characteristics of Dance Injuries. Modern (or contemporary) dance has become increasingly popular, yet little has been reported with respect to modern dance injuries and their consequences. x��yp��}�h i�f&i2�2S�4d�IҤM�I�v��1M�6�N2iC�M�dhJ��Ʒ�|��`cc|b�ԧ$�>�u�CƦHZ�m�p��:˫߻Z��~�Ϯ���}w�w?�~��_�R Ѕ7����������f���������R�:f���z����\i�t�*\�n��]߸�Kw�7�Q޺63�p�:r�d�����k�-�U����t���!�z��1�l�k�k��͍h�mlm=�N���.l��6�k��j���ce�p��p�� ? >> 2015, 19(2); 51-56. Psychological factors associated with both risk and outcome of dance injury included the following: stress, psychological distress, disordered eating, and coping. /F11 64 0 R /X14 21 0 R /Cs6 [/ICCBased 49 0 R] One of the most important ways to prevent dance injuries is to take the time to properly warm up the major muscles of the body. advertisement. METHODS. dance injuries. /F10 61 0 R The most common modifiable risk factors investigated were anthropometrics (ie, body mass index, adiposity), joint range of motion (ie, lower extremity), dance exposure (ie, years training, exposure hours) and age. << 9 0 obj /Parent 3 0 R This questionnaire contains questions addressing the anthropometric data of the volunteers and characteristics of injuries that occurred in the past 12 months. /Cs6 [/ICCBased 49 0 R] /Resources << Factor often justified, by the exhausting training routine and the mistakes made due this routine 7. Risk Factors for Injuries in Ballet. endobj Employers and teachers should do a risk assessment, considering every aspect of a dance lesson, rehearsal or performance, and every person involved. Factors associated only with risk of injury were sleep, personality, and social support. External factors are defined as factors “from without”, such as participation frequency, exercise duration and intensity, aerobic dance type and equipment in use, such … /GS2 50 0 R >> Height was associated with injury in classical ballet and tap/folk dance. /Filter /FlateDecode Assessment of Risk Factors: At the beginning of the academic year, the injury history (only lower-extremity) and student characteristics (age, sex, educational program) were assessed using a questionnaire. /Parent 3 0 R /Kids [7 0 R 8 0 R 9 0 R 10 0 R 11 0 R 12 0 R 13 0 R] >> The purpose of this study is to define the incidence, risk factors, and management of musculoskeletal injuries in professional modern dancers. The first step is to be aware of the key risk factors. Dancers perform repetitive movements for several hours a day. Make sure you follow the instructions of your dance teacher. << /G3 15 0 R /X1 62 0 R /F5 56 0 R Obviously this presents a high risk factor for creating overuse injuries, particularly when a dancer must continue to train at high intensity with an existing injury. Benson et al5 found that of 56 university and professional dancers, those who were amenorrheic for more than 6 months were 93% more likely to sustain a stress fracture than those dancers with nor-mal menstruation. /Type /Outlines Forty-five first-year students of Bachelor Dance and Bachelor Dance Teacher. Risk factors and injury mechanisms—the Meeuwisse model. On top of the intensive training, many dancers get little time to recover between the sessions and have no "offseason." 2011-11-01T10:44:23+05:30 /F2 53 0 R /F10 61 0 R Inexperience – beginners may be vulnerable to injury because they don’t have the skills or technique to meet the physical demands of their chosen dance style. /Font << /F10 61 0 R Neck and Limb Stretches. �[2{��o �O}�����m�glۣ�M�% 8�X�����^h?\mm ��&*���Dj��o]fGJy}�֥����W.�� Factors associated only with risk of injury were sleep, personality, and social support. << >> /Annots [27 0 R 28 0 R 29 0 R 30 0 R 31 0 R 32 0 R 33 0 R 34 0 R 35 0 R 36 0 R Age and body weight were associated with injury in jazz/contemporary dance. Reduce the risk of getting injured through: 1. Perceptions on injury risk factors. Hold all stretches a minimum of 30 seconds and repeat 2-3 times each. /XObject << Unavoidably, dancers often adhere to gruelling training schedules - a necessary requisite to master the art, and a mainstay of rehearsals for dance productions and tours. << /ExtGState << /BitsPerComponent 8 << << Fundamental technique plays a significant role in predisposing ballet dancers to injury. /F12 66 0 R /F7 58 0 R >> This study explored the perspectives of dancers and staff of the Dutch National Ballet, regarding injury definition, injury risk factors, and preventive measures. >> /CropBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] >> /Contents 68 0 R >> /Type /Page To prospectively evaluate risk factors for acute time-loss knee injury, in particular ACL injury, in female youth football players. /Type /Catalog /Rotate 0 Environmental factors: Dance injuries can sometimes happen due to factors in the environment that are often beyond the dancers’ control. Know the risk factors. This is an excerpt from Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy With Web Resource by Susan Kay Hillman.. >> The most common issues that cause dance injuries include: Type of dance and frequency of classes, rehearsals, and performances; Duration of training; Environmental conditions such as hard floors and cold studios; Equipment used, especially shoes; Individual dancer's body alignment Adolescent athletes of both sexes are at higher risk for avulsion fractures in the pelvis than adults. /X1 62 0 R /ColorSpace << >> Design This is a cross-sectional study using a qualitative approach, from the perspective of the dancers. endobj The 1-year injury incidence proportion (IP) was 81%, of which 58% were substantially injured. /Rotate 0 37 0 R 38 0 R 39 0 R 40 0 R 41 0 R 42 0 R 43 0 R 44 0 R 45 0 R 46 0 R /GS4 51 0 R Other groin injury risk factors. /F1 52 0 R Despite our best intentions, however, dance injuries do occur. /Subtype /XML /F12 66 0 R Repetitive stress, such as from crutch-walking, playing a new musical instrument, and/or over-use of the wrist (such as with fitness activities like push-ups), especially in the non-dominant arm are other risk factors for wrist ligament injury. >> /GS2 50 0 R Setting 26th Dance Festival of … /F5 24 0 R Objectives To search factors that affect the health of the dancers, from the dancer's representations. << /MediaBox [0 0 584.9570 782.9860] Respecting the wound healing phases if you get injured, s… /F3 54 0 R /XObject << Setting: Codarts University of the Arts. One-year, retrospective, cross-sectional study. Risk factors: The biggest risk factor for spraining an ankle is having done it before. /Type /Page Out of all respondents, 47.5% believed that physical contact with other players is a risk factor for lower extremity injuries, followed by physical fatigue (38.1%), environmental factors (including equipment, 25.9%), muscle impairments (25.7%) and previous injuries (21.7%) . >> Structural propensity to injury: this refers to a tendency to injury because of musculo-skeletal factors such as the shape, size and alignment of bones as well as the length of ligaments, tendons and muscles. /ExtGState << The purpose of this study is to define the incidence, risk factors, and management of musculoskeletal injuries in professional modern dancers. 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