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HSS Physicians Travel to Cuba to Keep Dancers in Step

Dr. Elizabeth Manejias, physiatrist

Recently, Physiatrist Dr. Elizabeth Manejas and Dr. Kathleen Davenport, HSS fellow, traveled to Havana, Cuba with a group from the Performing Arts Medical Association for a research symposium on addressing artists’ health. During their trip, Drs. Manejas and Davenport had the opportunity to work with dancers, including from the National Ballet of Cuba, and musicians. They were able to provide expertise and exchange ideas on how to maximize artists’ health. Hear Drs. Manejas and Davenport discuss their experience in the below video.

Dr. Elizabeth ManejasDr. Elizabeth Manejias, physiatrist is a physiatrist and acupuncturist at Hospital for Special Surgery. Professionally trained in ballet, Dr. Manejas is active in the performing arts community and provides educational lectures to dance programs on injuries and medical problems common in the female athlete. She treats dancers from Broadway to professional ballet.

Topics: Performance
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