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This can both cause damage and a lot of pain.
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I learned how to control and isolate my upper body much better because of the forced isolation from the lower body. I also just read your essay on back issues. The book they mention by Esther Gokhale is available through libraries. I think she makes a very credible case, and some of her suggestions have made a remarkable difference both for others I know and for myself. One topic that caught my eye both in your essay above and in her discussion is the tilt of the pelvis. Some of the language used by the two of you might suggest on the surface a difference of outlook even though your pictures above look very much in alignment with her discussion.
For instance, in your poor-posture picture, some of the excess pelvic tilt appears to be brought about by what Gokhale would I believe describe as a swayed back. Your good posture picture appears to have what she would describe as a desirable anteverted pelvic alignment, in contrast to a butt tucked under posture with a level pelvic alignment that tends to squeeze the natural wedge shape of disc just above the sacrum and put undesirable pressure on the front of the disc. Anyway, take a look at the article and book?
Duke In Portland, Oregon. By the way, I see you do Zouk dancing. Her name is Nathalia Carbajal.
Will we be seeing you and the rest of Portland at Canada Zouk Congress? If blisters do develop, make sure you deal with them hygienically and cover them up for class rather than letting the raw skin rub on the inside of your pointes. There are many different options on the market these days, but when choosing padding for your toes, look for something that has minimal fabric underneath the toes.
Too much bulk here can interfere with the placment and working of the feet.
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Any padding you use should be minimal. The biggest issue with pain en pointe is usually due to the toes clawing in the shoe, and the knuckles rubbing on the underside of the box. Most dancers then feel they need to put something in place to stop the rubbing.
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However, it is much better to deal with the clawing in the first place, by developing the articulation of the foot and strength to the correct muscles to keep the toes long in the shoe. If your toes are clawing, focus on learning how to articulate the foot better during all aspects of class. If you leave any padding in your shoes after dancing, the sweat may soften the glue of the box.
This can cause the shoe to weaken and will result in your foot sinking down too far in the shoe. Always make sure to dry out your shoes thoroughly between each use, especially if you live somewhere that gets very humid. Having a couple of pairs that you cycle through during the week will help extend the life of the shoe, especially if you are dancing on pointe every day. You can also use a glue, such as Hot Stuff or Jet Glue to help re-stiffen the middle of the shank to extend its life.
It is important not to cut the shank, heat it or wet it; these things may have been done in the past but are simply not relevant any more. Pre-weaken the shank in the demi pointe area a little so that you can rise through it correctly, and also soften in underneath the heel so that the shank can sit in close to the arch when you are en pointe. You can check out a video on how to do this here. If you experience pain at night, pain at the start of your activity, pain that increases with activity or pain that causes compensations and changes in mechanics while dancing or in day-to-day life , you should check in with your physical therapist or physician.
In the meantime, try to stay healthy by staying hydrated, eating a well-balanced diet, avoiding overtraining, allowing for rest days, participating in proper cross-training, making sure you are wearing well-fitted shoes and listening to your body! RICE, joint protection, early mobility, physical therapy PT is extremely important because the ligaments will never heal back to the pre-injury level.
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Therefore, strength and motor control must be improved in order to avoid re-injury. Achilles Tendonitis Achilles tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendon in the back of the ankle that connects the prime mover for pointing to your foot.
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Ankle Impingement Ankle impingement is the pinching of tissues at ankle tibia and talus at either the front or the back of the ankle Prevention: PT to improve mechanics and technique manual therapy Posterior back Pain: PT with core strengthening, pelvic stabilization, modification of class and rehearsal work until symptoms resolve 6.