Influence of Mirror Feedback and Ankle Joint Laxity on Dynamic Balance in Trained Ballet Dancers.

@article{Miller2018InfluenceOM,
  title={Influence of Mirror Feedback and Ankle Joint Laxity on Dynamic Balance in Trained Ballet Dancers.},
  author={Hannah N Miller and Paige Elizabeth Rice and Zachary J. Felpel and Alyssa M. Stirling and Eric Nils Bengtson and Alan R Needle},
  journal={Journal of dance medicine & science : official publication of the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          184-191
        }
}
Enhanced understanding of dynamic postural stability (DPS) has the potential to curtail lower extremity injuries with important implications for athletic and scientific populations. The ability to stabilize following dynamic tasks such as jumping is dependent on several intrinsic factors, including ligamentous laxity, proprioception, and neuromuscular control. Ballet dancers are a unique group of aesthetic performers who frequently must perform unipedal balance during dynamic tasks. The purpose… CONTINUE READING
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