Medical Problems of Performing Artists
is the first clinical medical journal devoted to the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of medical and psychological disorders related to the performing arts.
Original peer-reviewed research papers cover topics including neurologic disorders, musculoskeletal conditions, voice and hearing disorders, anxieties, stress, substance abuse, and other health issues related to actors, dancers, singers, musicians, and other performers.
Editor: Bronwen J. Ackermann, PT, PhD
Assoc Editor-Dance: Shaw Bronner, PT, PhD, OCS
Official journal of the Performing Arts Medical Association (PAMA),
the Dutch Performing Arts Medicine Association (NVDMG),
and the Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH).
Volume 34, Number 3
Table of Contents:
|125||Sleep and Fatigue of Elite Circus Student-Artists During One Year of Training Adam Decker, Patrice Aubertin, Dean Kriellaars|
|132||Intra- and Inter-individual Movement Variability of Upper Limb Movements of Ballet Dancers Yui Kawano, Mayumi Kuno-Mizumura |
|141||Relationship of Popliteus Sulcus Depth and Tibiofemoral Rotational Alignment with Popliteus Tendinitis in Professional Folk Dancers Exposed to Turnout Positions: An MRI Analysis Emel Kaya Aumann, Taner Aksu, Vefa Atansay, Ayhan Nedim Kara, Neslihan Aksu |
|147||An Exploration of Pre-Professional Dancers' Beliefs of the Low Back and Dance-Specific Low Back Movements Danica Hendry, Leon Straker, Amity Campbell, Luke Hopper, Rhianna Tunks, Peter O'Sullivan |
|154||Associations Between Balance Ability and Dance Performance Using Field Balance Tests Frances Clarke, Yiannis Koutedakis, Margaret Wilson, Matthew Wyon |
|161||What Do We Know About How Acute Physical Fatigue Affects Movement in Dancers?: A Systematic Review of the Literature [Review] Danielle N. Jarvis, Rachel E. Abergel |
A Medical Guide for Achieving and Maintaining a Healthy Voice
By Yolanda D. Heman-Ackah, Robert T. Sataloff, and Mary J. Hawkshaw
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In memory of
Alice G. Brandfonbrener, MD
A pioneer in the field of performing arts medicine
and founding editor of MPPA.