Jennie Morton is a UCL Honorary Lecturer on the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine, and lectures for The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine, Dance UK and many performing arts schools and teaching organisations. She also co-runs a dance school in Tring, Hertfordshire, and is a faculty member of The Wells Summer School with Dancers of the Royal Ballet. She still performs as a professional singer with the Manhattan Music.
She speaks with James Walsh about the challenges of treating performing artists and musicians, her work with the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine(http://www.bapam.org.uk), and the crossover project with the american college of sports medicine (http://athletesandthearts.com/).
Fitness levels of middle aged martial art practitioners: http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/38/2/143.full
Risk of cervical injuries in mixed martial arts: http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/39/7/444.full
Dance training intensity at 11–14 years is associated with femoral to