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Members specializing in Anatomy/Injury Prevention:

Amanda MacDonald

abmacd53@gmail.com1931 N Campbell Ave #2S
www.AmandaBlairMacDonald.com

Allison Caw

allisoncaw@gmail.com

Annmarie Kelly Davis

annmariedavis@comcast.net

Adam Noble

nobledynamic@gmail.comhttp://www.uh.edu/class/theatre-and-dance/
http://www.uh.edu/class/theatre-and-dance/about/faculty/index.php

Bruce Lecure

BLecure@miami.edu

Belinda Mello

bmello@alextechmotion.comwww.AlexTechMotion.com
www.Acting-Alexander.com

Conrad Alexandrowicz

conrada@uvic.cawww.wildexcursions.ca

Catherine Madden

cathmadden@aol.comhttp://www.cathymadden.net/

Chelsea Pace

chelsea.pace@ndsu.eduwww.chelseapace.com

Dody DiSanto

dodydisanto@gmail.comwww.thisisthecenter.com

Lee Ordeman

leeordeman@gmail.com

Erika Berland

eberland@naropa.edubeaversberlandworkshops.com

Jason Bohon

jasonbohon@gmail.comwww.jasonbohon.com
www.splitknuckletheatre.org

Joe Krienke

joekrienke@gmail.com

Janice Orlandi

j_orlandi@yahoo.comActorsMovementStudio.com

Jess Prichard

jessprichard@gmail.comwww.jessprichard.com

Jeff MIlls

jmproboscis@gmail.comwww.jmproboscis.com

Jeanine Thompson

thompson.105@osu.edu

Kurt Heinlein

KurtHeinlein@missouristate.eduhttp://theatreanddance.missouristate.edu/KurtHeinlein.aspx
http://theatreanddance.missouristate.edu/KurtHeinlein.aspx

Kim Jessor

kj292@nyu.eduwww.tisch.nyu.edu

Matt Franta

matt@mattfranta.comwww.MattFranta.com

Emily Davis

emily@messengertheatreco.orgfeldenkraisarts.com
messengertheatreco.org

Melissa Noble

mlknoble@hotmail.com

Matthew R. Wilson

WilsonMatthewR@gmail.commatthewrwilson.com
factionoffools.org

Nick Erickson

nickwe@lsu.edutheatre.lsu.edu

Parke Fech

parkeafech@gmail.com5500 Wissahickon Ave

Eliza Ladd

elizalasa@gmail.comwww.elizaladd.com

C. Robin Marcotte

robinmarcotte@gmail.comwww.robinmarcotte.net

Rachelle Tsachor

rtsachor@uic.eduhttp://theatreandmusic.uic.edu/profiledetails/311/296

Slade Billew

billewbs@sfasu.edu

Tamala Bakkensen

tamalabakkensen@gmail.com

Therese Crews

tcrews@clcillinois.edu

Tom Truss

tomjtruss@gmail.com

Tory Matsos

tory.matsos@gmail.comwww.torymatsos.com
www.theinspiredperformer.com

Yarit Dor

yaritdor16@gmail.comwww.yarit-dor.com

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Bibliography for Anatomy/Injury Prevention

Print Sources
  • Arnheim, Daniel D. and Joan Schlaich. Dance Injuries: Their Prevention and Cure. St. Louis: Mosby, 1975.
  • Biel, Andrew. Trail Guide to the Body: How to Locate Muscles, Bones and More. Self-published by Andrew Biel. ISBN 0-9658534-0-3 Written by a licensed massage practitioner. Used as a primary anatomy text by the Florida School of Massage. For information: 1-800-755-9227
  • Cailliet, Rene, M.D. Foot and Ankle Pain. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., 1968.
  • ________. Low Back Pain Syndrome. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co., 1969.
  • Calais-Germain, Blandine. Anatomy of Movement. Seattle: Eastland Press, 1993. ISBN 0-939616-17-3 A study of the physical structures of the musculoskeletal system and their function and relationship to the movements of the human body. Thousands of drawings.
  • ________ and Andrée Lamotte. Anatomy of Movement: Exercises. Seattle: Eastland Press, 1996. ISBN 0-939616-22-X Extensive collection of exercises and stretches accompanied by photographs in these categories: trunk and neck, shoulders, elbow and forearms, wrist and hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Companion toAnatomy of Movement.
  • Donnelly, Joseph E. Living Anatomy. Human Kinetics Pub., 1990. ISBN 0873222903 Focuses on the basics of anatomy: upper extremity, trunk, thorax, abdomen, lower extremity, internal anatomy, and the microanatomy of muscle contraction. Students locate anatomical structures on partners and then learn the structures’ functions by manipulating their partners’ movements.
  • Elison, Lawrence M. and Wynn Kapit. The Anatomy Coloring Book. New York: Harper & Row, 1977.
  • Featherstone, Donald F. Dancing Without Danger. New York: A. S. Barnes, 1970. Prevention, treatment of injuries.
  • Fitt, Sally Sevey. Dance Kinesiology. New York: Schirmer Books, 1988.
  • Gelabert, Raoul. Anatomy for the Dancer. 2 vols. New York: Dance Magazine, 1964- 66.
  • Gray, Henry. Gray’s Anatomy. New York: Gramercy, 1977.
  • Howse, Justin and Shirley Hancock. Dance Technique and Injury Prevention. Revised ed. New York: Routledge, 1992. 0-87830-022-8
  • Klein, Karl K. The Knee in Sports. Austin and New York: Jenkins Publishing Company, the Pemberton Press, 1976.
  • Koch, Liz and Adam Oberdorfer. The Psoas Book. Guinea Pig Publications, 1997. ISBN 0965794407
  • Moffat, Marilyn, editor. The American Physical Therapy Association Book of Body Maintenance and Repair. Henry Holt & Co., 1999. ISBN 0805055711 Presents nine common injury sites--back, neck, jaw, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, hip, knee, and ankle and foot--describing the anatomy and function of that area of the body, what can go wrong, and what to do if you experience pain or injury there. Part 2 explains how to avoid injury through proper posture, gait, body mechanics, body weight, and footwear. Also includes a program of beginning strength training and stretching, plus tips for avoiding injuries in sports, exercise activities, and in the workplace. Part 3 presents 200 illustrated exercises for strength (beginning level) and flexibility.
  • Moore, James E., et al. Back Pain Helpbook. Perseus Books, 1999. ISBN 073820112X Fitness and strength program and mind-body methods to relax. Tips for engaging safely and comfortably in daily activities.
  • Netter, Frank H. Atlas of Human Anatomy. Novartis Medical Education, 1998. ISBN 0914168819 514 color plates, many with multiple views.
  • O’Donoghue, Don H. Treatment of Injuries to Athletes. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1976.
  • Roberts, Tristan. Understanding Balance: The Mechanics of Posture and Locomotion. Singular Pub. Group, 1995. ISBN 1565934164 An in-depth examination of the mechanics involved in standing and moving.
  • Rohen, Johannes W., et al. Color Atlas of Anatomy: A Photographic Study of the Human Body. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 1998. ISBN 0683304925 Macrophotos, schematic drawings, and CT-scans and MR-images, providing a detailed outline on cross-sectional anatomy, particularly of the extremities.
  • Root, Leon and Thomas Kiernan. Oh My Aching Back. New York: New American Library, 1975.
  • Schatz, Mary Pullig, et al. Back Care Basics: A Doctor’s Gentle Yoga Program for Back and Neck Pain Relief. Rodmell Press, 1992. ISBN 0962713821 Uses the therapeutic techniques of Iyengar-style yoga, demonstrates how to deal with periods of acute discomfort, how to rebuild the body to prevent recurrences, and how to move on to a full and nourishing yoga practice. Photos & illustrations.
  • Sparger, Celia. Anatomy and Ballet. London: A & C Black, 1952; Revised ed., Theatre Arts Books, n.d.
  • Spence, Alexander. Basic Human Anatomy. Menlo Park: CA: Benjamin/Cummings Pub., 1982.
  • Tortora, G. and N. Anagnostakos. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology. New York: Harper and Row, 1987.
  • Vannini, V. and G. Pagliani, eds. The Color Atlas of Human Anatomy. New York: Harmony Books, 1980.
  • Warfel, John H. The Head, Neck and Trunk. Philadelphia: Lea and Ferbinger, 1973.
  • Yanker, Gary. Exercise Rx: The Lifetime Prescription for Reducing Medical Risks and Sports Injuries. Kodansha International, 1999. ISBN 1568362471 Manual explaining how to prevent or reverse major health problems, including arthritis, heart disease, depression, high blood pressure, and osteoporosis.
Electronic Sources
  • Goldmann, David R., editor. American College of Physicians Complete Home Medical Guide. DK Publishing, 1999. ISBN 0789444127 With Interactive Human Anatomy CD-ROM. More than 600 pages are devoted to more than 700 different diseases and disorders. Also included is a CD-ROM that lets you explore various body systems and topics about how the body works. You can also connect to DK's Body Online Web site, an online health magazine.
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