'This book is the "Bible" for dancers. First published in 1988 by Justin Howse and Shirley Hancock, it immediately took position as one of the most authoritative and leading books on dance injuries and prevention... It is the vital application of anatomical facts to the dancer (well presented in a logical fashion) that makes this book indispensible for every dance teacher... [The book] remains a distinguished authority on dance technique and injury prevention and even those with old editions would do well to invest in this latest edition. Outstanding.' Rachel Rist, Dancing TimesReseña del editor:
'Strongly recommended' The Dancing Times Injury in dance is often not an accident but a fault in technique that has not been identified at an early stage, or a variation in physique where the implications have not yet been understood. Appropriate treatment is vital and not always easy to find. Now in its 4th edition, this is an essential guide to dance techniques, injury prevention and treatment focusing on the five main areas: anatomy and physiology, general injuries, specific injuries; their cause and treatment; strengthening exercises; technical faults and anatomical variations. This latest edition is completely redesigned and contains colour photographs throughout. There is also a new section covering the latest physiotherapy treatment.
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Descripción Methuen Drama, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0713685328