An Introduction to Self-Mobilization Techniques
- Have an opportunity to review orthopaedic concepts and gain an understanding of how hyper-mobility and extreme range of motion demands impact those orthopaedic concepts.
- Gain a greater appreciation for stretching vs mobility.
- Receive a backstage perspective for working with dancers and artistic athletes.
- Clinicians working with or interested in working with dancers and artistic athletes.
- Clinicians interested in orthopaedic joint mechanics.
- Clinicians looking for clinical tools and self-care mobility techniques they can offer their patients.
Registration and Replays
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Dr. Amy Werner has over 15 years of experience treating dancers of all levels. Based out of Portland, Oregon, USA, she spends her day treating athletic artists from 50+ dance schools, professional companies and studios.
Dr. Werner provides backstage care for traveling Broadway shows as a consultant with NeuroTour, and is a primary PT for the Portland based BodyVox, NW Dance Project and Oregon Ballet Theater (OBT). Previously the Care Coordinator for OBT, where she administered pre-season injury assessments and oversaw an on-site health and wellness program, she now designs strengthening classes for OBT2, the junior company.
An advocate for dance wellness in the community, Dr. Werner hosts workshops related to dancer health for pre-professional dancers, parents and educators. She is a member of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS) and Pivot Dancer, as well as a consultant with The Ellové Technique®. Dr. Werner has broad national and international presentation experience, including IADMS, Oregon Dance Education Association, and Dance and Drill Coaches Association of Oregon. Her passion lies with working with dancers at the personal level while running her IG education account @dancedpt.
BA, BSc.PT, FCAMT, RISPT
CO-FOUNDER Pivot Dancer
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.