Occlusion, équilibre et posture en danse classique

Abstract : Occlusondotics is a discipline linking several systems: muscular, articular and dental. A malfunction of one of these systems may have an impact on others. It will not necessarily be limited to the oral cavity but may affect the entire body. It is the study of posturology that highlights this connection between all the elements of the human body. Today, more and more studies show the impact of occlusion on posture and vice versa. In the practice of dance, good posture is essential. Balance is the watchword of the dancers. It would be interesting to look for the impact of occlusion on the postural balance and so on the sports performance of the dancers. The aim of the study is to highlight a connection between the determinants of occlusion and postural balance in the classical dancers. Through a classical dance movement, we will see the differences in performance in terms of balance and speed of execution when the dancers will have an occlusal wedge and when they will not have one.
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Laure Marquine. Occlusion, équilibre et posture en danse classique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02089869⟩

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