Injuries can be devastating to a dance career, but you can reduce their occurrence or avoid them—if you know what to look for. Find out why certain injuries happen, what can be done to prevent them, and which treatment to seek if prevention fails. 1. Neck Strain: Choreography that calls for excessive head movement can easily…

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Shiatsu Is An Excellent Treatment for Sports Injuries   By: Mihael Mamychshvili RST   Shi’atsu’ (means finger pressure) therapy originated in Japan in the 19th century. With roots in Chinese medicine and sometimes described as “acupuncture without needles”, Shiatsu is recognized as an excellent therapy for sports injuries. Shiatsu has been part of the health…

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The Japanese Olympic Team has earned an impressive nineteen medals in six days of competition at the 2012 Olympics. This has also been an impressive victory for Japan’s sports science strategies. The medal-winning achievements have been in five sports where resilience from intense pain or endurance can be key success factors. This success is building confidence for…

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