ballet dancerBallet is a popular physical activity that many people choose both recreationally and professionally. Transitioning from dancing in soft ballet shoes to “en pointe” (dancing on the tips of the toes) can be a challenging time for young dancers, as it is physically demanding and may result in injury if the dancer is not properly prepared.

A physiotherapist can provide a thorough “pre-pointe” assessment to determine the dancer’s readiness to progress in their training, and prescribe an exercise regimen to complement the dancer’s training program.

Our physiotherapists will liaise with parents, dancer teachers and other professionals to ensure dancers can safely reach their full potential.
For more information regarding “pre-pointe” assessments and dance related injuries call InnerStrength of Bayside on 8555 4099.