|Journal of Dance Medicine & Science | JDMS|
This publication is suitable for healthcare professionals and for dance science and medicine researchers and academics. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
Aims and Scope
Each issue focuses on bringing you the current results of clinical and experimental research. The aim of the Journal of Dance Medicine & Science is to provide you with one source for up-to-date information. Featured articles are drawn from the fields of:
Each year the Journal brings you original articles with a focus on the identification, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of illness and injuries in dancers. Articles emphasize the application of scientific principles to current practice.
Whether you are a physician or surgeon, physical therapist or dance educator the Journal of Dance Medicine & Science will provide you with the information you need in your daily practice. A subscription to the Journal of Dance Medicine & Science is included as a benefit of membership in IADMS (click here to view complete list of member benefits).
Each year the journal provides a topic-oriented review issue focusing on an area of dance medicine and science that has a significant impact on the management, rehabilitation, long-term care and training of dancers.
Each offers a review and summary of the current state of knowledge, serving as a reference you will keep on your shelf and turn to time and again.
Each special issue is coordinated by a distinguished guest editor and includes comprehensive review articles written by a faculty of recognized experts.