Struggle gives strength.
New York, NY
Thank you for "Dancer vs. Doctor." Over the past few years I have struggled with minor health problems that have affected my dancing. It was uplifting to know that someone out there is struggling, too.
New Sewickley, PA
Mamie Air explained so eloquently what so many injured dancers have experienced when going to a traditional medical practitioner. I was once told to stop dancing, and I almost passed out in the doctor's office. Too many times dancers are left to fend for themselves. A mixture of traditional and alternative therapies can leave a dancer with an injury more hopeful about returning to dance.
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|Article Type:||Letter to the editor|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2007|
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