Edited version | Date 11 feb 2020 hyderabad
Dance is a powerful drug. At best, it inspires adventurous bravery and euphoria, propelling artists to achieve incredible physical feats. But every drug has its downside, and in dance, one enormous risk is injury — the inevitable discovery that invincibility is merely a myth.
Many professional dancers from around the world suffered injuries with Dance . With their careers back on track, all of these artists are more determined than ever to keep themselves strong, safe, and healthy in an industry laden with pressure to perform.
Disasters and Diagnoses :
Sometimes, an injury is just an injury — an isolated incident that can alter the course of a career. Many dancers while was performing a soloist role had injuries and An MRI showed a tear in my cartilage the size of a nickel, which I had stem cell surgery to repair. As a male dancer performing so many jumps and tricks, accidents can happen.”
But for many dancers, injury is progressive, stemming from overwork, improper training, or genetic traits that clash with the physical demands of career .
The Long and Winding Road to Recovery :
For all dancers, the prospect of taking time off to recuperate was terrifying, especially given little assurance of when they could resume their normal lives.
Though Dipika Raut was lucky enough to have her real recovery began when she Approached Dr Mir Jawad Zar Khan Sir at Germanten Hospital Hyderabad .
Fresh Starts and Wise Words :
Post-injury, each dancer holds new appreciation for and wisdom about the art and the physical act of dance. Having tenacity has driven her career to new heights, and in several new directions. She maintains that, even in the face of injury and a daunting recovery process, “no one can stop you but yourself. Hard work and determination really do pay off.”
For more dancer-friendly injury information and advice, visit the Germanten Hospital Hyderabad .