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DR ASTON SPORTS CLINIC (DASC) - A quality Sports Medicine care by a renowned experienced Consultant Sports Physician and his team of exercise therapist, physiotherapist and manual therapist. We treat elite and recreational athletes, non-athletes and even older clients for various musculoskeletal injuries and sports related medical conditions. Every client is professionally assessed and offered various options of investigations and treatment based on best practice medicine. We work with the best specialists in the region to expedite recovery.

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Address: No.6, Jalan SS2/3, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

(See Google Map) and the GPS setting is N3 0 6.693’ E 1010 36.698’. It is just 20m from Taman Bahagia LRT (see LRT-Monorail system) and off LDP Highway (exit 1108).

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Friday, 24 December 2010

Dance injury - Dance without pain!

Young children aged 5 to 7 years are often enrolled for dance and rhythmic gymnastics classes. A trained dance tutor or coach individualises the teaching of skills and exercise to ensure that exercises are introduced in stages when the child is stronger. More difficult skills would often require a longer duration to allow the dancer to mature and strengthen adequately while he or she practises diligently.

Dancers who have mild tendon inflammation are often prescribed simple exercises to strengthen the knees and feet while improving the posture and finesse of the art. Kinesiotape is used to assist those who require support to a weak and poorly balanced foot and ankle.

Work closely with your doctor, physiotherapist and dance tutor or coach to ensure that their skills progress without any complications of injury.

For more dance injury references, click here.

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