Medical Services for Dancers 

If you are a dancer, you need a physician who understands the unique needs that dance places on your body. All too often, dancers are simply told to stop dancing ... you may as well tell them to stop breathing! As a former ballet dancer for over 25 years, Dr. Bluestein truly understands the physical and mental demands of dance. At Wisconsin Integrative Pain Specialists, we work with dancers to keep them healthy and in the dance studio, rather than in the doctor's office. If you are a dancer, and suspect you may have hypermobility, then Dr. Bluestein will work with you to prevent painful injuries and manage your current symptoms. 

Complete the Patient Screening Questionnaire below or call 715-600-1722 to become a new patient with Dr. Bluestein. 


Educational Services for Dancers, Dance Parents and Dance Educators 

Dr. Bluestein is passionate about educating dancers, their families, and the organizations that support them. She created a special educational program for dance teachers approved by the Royal Academy of Dance for 2020. Topics include: 

  • Achieving maximal longevity in dance 

  • Managing persistent pain in the dancer 

  • Achieving maximal flexibility while avoiding injury 

  • Reduction of risky behaviors 

  • Optimal nutrition for the dancer 

The full description of the workshop can be found here

If you are interested in this workshop, or Dr. Bluestein's dance expertise in general, please fill out the form below. 

Other Resources

Teaching the Hypermobile Dancer

This article authored by the head of physiotherapy from the Royal Ballet Company provides a thorough overview of  working with hypermobile dancers.

Born Flexible: Managing Hypermobility

Authored by Andrea Downie, this article from The Dance Current, Canada's Dance Magazine provides some practical tips for managing hypermobility in dancers. 

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Tel: 715-600-1722
601 S 32nd Ave
Wausau, WI 54401
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Dr. Bluestein's approach is helpful for anyone suffering from chronic or persistent pain by thoroughly assessing each person's unique challenges and tailoring the intervention to meet the specific needs of each individual. 

Tel: 715-600-1722
4203 Schofield Avenue, Suite 2
Weston, WI 54476
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