Schedule

Please note that sessions and presenters are subject to change. Last revised April 20, 2019.

Use the tabs below to see the daily schedules.

Friday, June 28, 2019

  7:00 am Registration
  8:00 Welcome and Introductions - Ralph Manchester, MD, PAMA President; Malcolm Taw, MD, 2019 Symposium Co-Chair; Travis J. Cross, DM, 2019 Symposium Co-Chair
Brief Opening Musical Performance by UCLA Chamber Winds
  8:20 Richard J. Lederman Lectures:
Victor J. Dzau, MD, National Academy of Medicine
David Shurtleff, PhD, National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  9:30 - 10:30 Concurrent Sessions
    Poster Presentations with Authors (click to view) - Networking - Break
    Teaching Demonstration/Masterclass
UCLA Wind Conducting Workshop, Mallory Thompson, DMA; Travis J. Cross, DM
  10:30 - 12:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
    10:30 - 12:00 pm
Panel Discussion - Primary Care and the Performing Arts Medical Home, Susan Arjmand, MD; Marc Brodsky, MD, MBA; David Hinkamp, MD; Ralph Manchester, MD (including brief demonstration of Moeller drum technique by Guest Artist Joe Corsello)
    10:30 - 11:45 am
Workshops (Concurrent, pick one)

Cardio Imagery & Rehearsal and EMDR: Using Brain-Based Techniques to Support Peak Performance Functioning, Patrick Gannon, PhD

Precision Rehabilitation for Upper Extremity Injuries in Musicians: Individualized Assessment, Prevention and Treatment, Aviva Wolff, EdD, OT, CHT

Incorporating Concepts of Yin/Yang, Qi, and Meridians into Breathing Technique for Singing, Deanna McBroom, BMusEd, MM

    10:30 - 12:00 pm
Plenary
  10:30 Development of a 3D Motion Capture Model of the Foot to Evaluate Dancers’ Biomechanics: A Review of the Literature and Methodological Framework for Proposing a Model, Kimberly Veirs, MPT, ATC
  10:45 Performing Artist and Athlete Health Monitor – Experiences and Expectations of Professional Ballet Dancers Using a Self-Monitor, Stephanie Keizer-Hulsebosch, MA
  11:00 Modification of Sagittal Plane Loading During Saut de Chat Landing in Dancers, Danielle Jarvis, PhD and Erica M.R. Burke, BS
  11:15 Association Between Pain and Functioning Scales Among Contemporary Dance Students: a Prospective Cohort Study, Janine Stubbe, PhD
  11:30 Biomechanical Analysis of the Dance-Specific, Graded Rehabilitation Program, Catherine Haber, MAS
  11:45 Are We Doing Enough To Help Our Dancers?  Mental Health Needs and Mental Health Holes in the Dance Community (Part One: The Survey), Kathleen McGuire Gaines, BA
  12:00 pm Lunch/Committee Meetings (Membership Committee, Young Professionals Committee)
  1:30 Keynote
  2:15 Athletes and the Arts, Randy Dick, MS
  2:30 - 3:45 Concurrent Sessions
    2:30 - 3:45
Panel Discussion - Beast Meets Fest - Applying Sport Science to the World of DIVA (Dance, Instrumentalist, Vocalist, Actor), Randy Dick, MS; Clay Miller, MD, MFA
    2:30 - 3:45
Workshops (Concurrent, pick one)

Empowering Performing Artists During Injury Healing and Wellness: How Can the Healthcare Practitioner Serve as a Facilitator? Brooke Winder, DPT and and Janice Ying, DPT, OCS

Effective Pilates for Enhanced Performance, Regina May De Los Reyes, BA; Presented by Jennifer Yang, MD

  3:45 Poster Presentations with Authors (click to view) - Networking - Break
  4:15 Featured Venue Site Presentation - Triskaidekaphobia, Delusion, Depression: Reflections on Personality Pathologies in Three Successful Immigrant Hollywood Composers (Arnold Schoenberg, Erich Korngold & Boris Morros), Nancy Lee Harper, BM, DMA
  5:00 Welcome Reception
    Evening Program
  6:30 - 8:00 pm

Salons (Optional Activity) - Requires registration, a fee for dinner will be charged

- Integrative Medicine (Skylight Gardens)

- How to Promote Mental Health Self Care thru Social Connection for Creatives: The You Got This Tool Kit (Napa Valley Grille)

- Athletes and the Arts (Broxton Brewery and Public House)

- Primary Care Interest Group (STK Westwood)

    Cultural Options:
- Hollywood & Highland
- Santa Monica Promenade/Pier
- Beverly Hills

Poster Presentations Friday, June 28, 2019

Management of Hypermobility Disorders in the Dancer with an Emphasis on Opioid Alternatives, Linda Bluestein, MD

Injury Prevention and Health Promotion: Knowledge and Attitudes of Performing Artists, Lisa Brachfeld, MSc, ATC, CPT, MSTO

The Acute Effects of Various Warm-Up Protocols on Dancers, Jennifer Holbein, MS

A Lifting Progression for Safe Rehabilitation in Male Ballet Dancers, Melody Hrubes, MD

Comparisons Between Pirouette Movement Analysis with the Use of Smartphone Applications and 3-D Motion Capture, Annette Karim, DPT, PhD

Factors in the Decision to Seek Medical Care in Dancers Presenting to a Dancer Wellness Clinic, Carolyn Keeler, DO

Comparison of Non-Weight Bearing Plantar Flexion Range of Motion Using a Standard Goniometer and Motion Capture of Elite Ballet Dancers, Kaitlin Lutz, BS

Risk Factors and Lower Limb Injuries of Dancers – A Cross-Sectional Pilot Study, Dirk Möller, PT

Non-Ossifying Fibroma in an Irish Dancer - Not Just an Incidental Finding, Kelly Joy Valignota, DO [Melody Hrubes, MD]

Friday, June 28, 2019

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