Tag Archives: Applied Kinesiology

Ballet Business | Chiropractic for ballet dancers

March 3, 2011


dancer receives adjustment at the Chiropractor

Ballet News | Chiropractic for ballet dancers “For a lot of dancers, seeing a chiropractor rather than a physiotherapist is a big jump,” says Dr Camilla Ellis DC. “Within companies they can be led to believe that ballet dancers don’t see chiropractors. It’s not true.” Ballet company staff Ballet companies sometimes have physiotherapists on the staff and […]

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Ballet Business : Pointe shoes deconstructed

January 20, 2011


Ballet News, pointe shoes,

It’s Not Magic; it’s linen & often flour It’s not magic that keeps a ballerina on her toes – it’s a mixture of materials – often burlap, flour, dextrine*, paper, potato starch, rough and smooth leather, coarse linen, satin, papier-mâché, held together with glue of a secret formula. You may have seen dancers strutting about, […]

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Ballet NEWS | Dancers & Chiropractic

June 21, 2009


Today I would like to highlight an interview by Susan Swarbrick for the Sunday Herald. It’s called Me and my … chiropractor Susan talks to Scottish Ballet dancer Paul Liburd and his Chiropractor. Liburd was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours this month. I’m a huge advocate of Chiropractic treatment, dancer or not. […]

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