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Padding For Pointe Shoes

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jun 28, 2008.

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    Breaking In Pointe Shoes

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    What is the best age to start en pointe?"

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    Exercises For Pointe Work

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  7. William Fowler

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    :good: :good: :good:

    Thanks Newsbot for the effort in finding and posting these. Its a good resource.

    I do treat a few ballet dancers and it really good to just even be more familiar with the lingo and some of the pointe issues.
     
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    When can I start pointe work? Guidelines for initiating pointe training.
    Weiss DS, Rist RA, Grossman G.
    J Dance Med Sci. 2009;13(3):90-2.
     
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    Functional criteria for assessing pointe-readiness.
    Richardson M, Liederbach M, Sandow E.
    J Dance Med Sci. 2010;14(3):82-8.
     
  10. Jenene Lovell

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    This is very good in terms of what to do when fitting a pointe shoe and what and how to fit a pointe and exercises that need to be done. Being a dancer myself and a podiatrist, the major thing to be careful of is the young girl's growth plates and making sure that they are not going en pointe too early as they can seriously do damage to the bones (which I think I stated before)...





    The website the Newsbot posted I think is really good...

    so I agree... :good:
     
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