Have you trained or worked with a dancer before? Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t but knowing this special population is important if you’re a coach! In this episode I am chatting with physical therapist Danelle Dickson, who works extensively with dancers, on the key to working with and helping dancers.Danelle shares what is unique about working with dancers, why they don’t seek help as quickly as other athletes, and how you can best connect with them as a practitioner. Head over to instagram to continue this conversation with Danelle (@3ptdc) and I (@Brianna.Battles)! Thanks for spending time with us today!
In this episode, we cover:
- Why dancers don’t seek help as quickly as other athletes,
- How you can best connect with them as a practitioner, and
- The key to helping dancers recover from injuries
Resources and links mentioned in this episode:
- Learn more about Danelle HERE
- Get more information on Danelle’s products HERE
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