URBAN DANCE HEALTH: Applied Urban Dance Medicine

Urban Dance Health is an association for Applied Urban Dance Medicine that focuses on the specific needs of urban dancers.

SERVICES

Urban Dance Health offers physiotherapeutic treatments, health check-ups, health workshops at international events and supervises professional dancers in their careers.

TREATMENT

Breaking-specific movement analysis and physical examination. Sports physiotherapy, manual therapy, myofascial osteopathy, myoreflex therapy and triggerpoint therapy.

HEALTH CHECK-UP

Physiotherapeutic health care through assessments, advice and treatment for urban dancers. Preventive and rehabilitation exercises for common dance injuries and self-help techniques.

HEALTH WORKSHOP

How to train, stretch and treat yourself? Fundamentals of urban dance anatomy, high performance training, injury prevention through specific exercises and common urban dance injuries.

BACKSTAGE HEALTH SUPPORT

On-site health support of the participants at events. First Aid, Kinesiotaping and Flossing techniques. Stress management, mental training and high performance preparation.

CERTIFICATE IN URBAN DANCE MEDICINE

UDH TRAINER: for urban dancers and urban dance teachers (20 hours) UDH THERAPIST: for physiotherapists, medical doctors and other health-related professions (75 hours)

SOCIAL PROJECTS

Teaching the UDH TEACHER Certification Course (10 hours) to urban dance teachers in socially deprived areas in Brazil, Equatorial Guinea and the Philippines

RECENT WORKS

REFERENCES

Red Bull BC One

Health check-up and treatment with the Red Bull BC One All Stars as well as numerous workshops, health check-ups and backstage health support at the Red Bull BC One Austria Camp, Red Bull BC One Spain Camp and the Red Bull BC One Next Level Training Camp Holland

The Notorious IBE

Numerous cooperation through workshops and talk shows at the international breaking event The Notorious IBE (Heerlen, Holland)

Circle Industry

Multiple workshops, health check-ups and treatments at the international breaking event Circle Industry (Salzburg, Austria)

URBAN DANCE HEALTH TEAM

The Urban Dance Health Team consists of experienced physiotherapists who are active Bboys and Bgirls. They are experts in urban dance medicine as well as in urban dance!

CHAU NGUYEN AKA CHAU-LIN

Physiotherapist specialized in dancers, athletes and orthopedic outpatients

JENS NONNENMANN AKA MERCEDES-JENZ

Physiotherapist and myoreflextherapist specialized in dancers, athletes and musicians

SOPHIE MANUELA LINDNER AKA SOPHIELA

Sports physiotherapist BSc MA specialized in dancers and high performance athletes

TESTIMONIALS

The best thing I liked most was that I improved my knowledge of my body. I was not aware of how the body works and what problems I had before. For me it was a great help, because now I know my body much better.

MOVIE ONE

I want to give a shout out to Urban Dance Health. You should listen to them: stretch right, eat right, sleep right, think right, be positive. Peace & respect! Always go forward with Urban Dance Healt, heal all of us!

POE ONE

Urban Dance Health helped me a lot when I met them. My leg was in a terrible pain. I don't know what kind of treatment they did exactly. They examined me and gave me a massage - and then the pain was gone!

LAOS

RECENT BLOG POSTS

FINGER & WRIST STABILIZATION EXERCISES

Your body should be in balance, everybody knows that. Through one-sided strain and one-sided training routines, we tend to strengthen one side of the body stronger than the other. For example, if we use the wrist and forearm in breaking, we have to constantly push against the floor to get the power we need...

REGENERATION – WOUND HEALING PHASES

What happens after I got injured and what should I do? Injured tissue heals in three phases. In the following you are going to see the different wound healing phases, the days and what is happening in each phase. The duration of each phase can vary. It depends on the dimension of the trauma...

THE BREAKER’S WRIST

Many studies show that the wrist and the fingers are the most injury-prone parts of the body of a breaker. In the following post you are going to read about the cause of wrist injuries and get some preventional advices for doing freezes, powermoves and footworks without getting injured.
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