CONFERENCES

2019

Bronner S. Why do we need outcome instruments in dance? 29th Annual Meeting of IADMS, Montreal, Canada.

Strzelinski M, Bronner S. Recoiling the overstretched elastic: the exploration of sustainable outcomes in the hypermobile artistic athlete. 29th Annual Meeting of IADMS, Montreal, Canada.

Turner C, Lassey I, Lesar J, Shaver Z, Bronner S (2019). Intra and Inter-Rater Reliability of Dance Technique Screening. Combined Sections Meeting, Washington DC. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 49(1):A138. 

2018

Bronner S (2018). Components of adolescent dance screens: What should we include? Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther48(1): A84.

Smith T, Filipa A, Paterno M, Bronner S(2018). Reliability and validity of the Dance Functional Outcome Survey (DFOS) in adolescent dancers. Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther48(1): A25. 

Bronner S, Urbano I (2018). The science behind dancing: Where have we been, where should we go? 14th Seminário Internacional Concepções Contemporâneas em Dança. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais,Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

2017

Bronner S, Strzelinski M (2017). Non-surgical and surgical management of the complicated hip: Biomechanical and functional considerations. Proceedings, p140-1, 27th Annual Meeting of International Association of Dance Medicine & Science, Houston, TX. 

2016

 

Strzelinski M, Kokmeyer D, Philippon M, Bronner S, Malloy P (2016). The complicated hip: A new debate. Proceedings, OR-2B-

 

5809, Combined Sections Meeting, Annaheim, CA.

 

 

 

Bronner S, Smith TR, Brown K, Urbano I (2016). Reliability and validity of a dance outcomes instrument. Combined Sections Meeting,

 

Anaheim, CA. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther46(1):A-4.

 

2015

Bronner S, Shippen J (2015). Biomechanical metrics of aesthetic perception in dance. Proceedings, p85; XXV Annual Meeting IADMS, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

McBride C, Gill A, Bronner S (2015). Musculoskeletal injuries in professional modern dancers: a 15-year prospective cohort study. Proceedings, p135, XXV Annual Meeting IADMS, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Bauer N, Bronner S (2015). Hypermobility as a predictor of injury in pre-professional modern dancers. Proceedings, p61, XXV Annual Meeting IADMS, conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Gill A, McBride C, McKenna K, Ehramjian J, Bronner S. Musculoskeletal injuries in professional modern dancers: a 12-year prospective cohort study. Proceedings, #1156, Orthopaedic Section. Indianapolis, IN: APTA, Combined Sections Meeting. Recipient of 2015 PASIG Student Research Scholarship Award.

 

Bauer N, Pierce K, Barclay B, DeLaFuente D, Bronner S. Hypermobility as a predictor of injury in pre-professional modern dancers. Proceedings, #1159, Orthopaedic Section. Indianapolis, IN: APTA, Combined Sections Meeting. 

 

2014

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S, Woo H. Extreme kinematics and moments in Hip Hop dance sequences. Proceedings, #433, 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, MA.

 

Bronner S, Ono Y, Nomoto Y, Tanaka S, Sato K, Shimada S, Tachnibana A, Noah JA. Frontotemporal oxyhemoglobin dynamics predict performance accuracy of dance simulation gameplay. Proceedings, #3065, Degenerative Disease SIG, Neurology Section. Las Vegas, NV: APTA, Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Noah JA, Ono Y, Nomoto Y, Shimada S, Tachibana A, Zhang X, Bronner S, Hirsch J. fNIRS and fMRI signals are concordant during bipedal motor task. Prog No. 724.13/HH4 2014 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Soc for Neurosci.

 

2013

Stenback J, Bronner S, Clinton S. The Functional Hip. Women’s Health Section. San Diego, CA: APTA, Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Southwick H, Herod Cole H, Bronner S, Williams V, Koonin A, Martin S, Cassella M, et al. Patterns discovered in the health history and demographics among professional dancers as a part of an annual health screen performed by multiple dance companies. Proceedings, XXIII Annual Meeting of IADMS, Seattle, WA.

 

2012

Bronner S, Keynote Speaker. The Science Behind Dancing: Where Have We Been, Where Could We Go? 30th Annual PAMA Symposium, Performing Arts Medicine Association, Snowmass, CO.

 

Robson B, Kadel K, Ivey J, Bronner S. Health and Wellness Services to a Dance Company. Panel member, 30th Annual PAMA Symposium, Performing Arts Medicine Association, Snowmass, CO.

 

Naik R, Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Effectiveness of dance video game training in decreasing the risk of falling in subjects with Parkinson’s disease. Degenerative  Disease SIG, Neurology Section. Chicago, IL: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Dance video game training causes shifts in striatum and cerebellum activity. Degenerative Disease SIG, Neurology Section. Chicago, IL: APTA CSM.

 

Naik R, Bronner S, Noah JA. Energy expenditure changes with skill development while paying Kinect Dance Central. Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Effectiveness of dance video game training in decreasing the risk of falling in subjects with Parkinson’s disease. Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Gu J, Noah JA, Spierer D, Bronner S. Reliability and validity of a new mobile device, the FItbit to measure steps and calories. Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

West A, Pfister A, Noah JA, Bronner S. Xbox Kinect vs. Vicon: Comparative motion capture capabilities for biomechanics analysis. Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Williams-Murray Z, Pinsker R, Noah JA, Bronner S. The use of strategy video games in resolving conflict. Games for Health, Boston, MA.

 

Pinsker R, Bronner S, Naik R, Noah JA. Why some exer-games are not good exercise: Waiting to get healthy with exer-games. Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

2011

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Shifts in striatum and cerebellum activity with dance video game training. Prog no. 825.14, Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Soc for Neurosci.

 

Noah JA, Tachibana A, Bronner S. Changes in memory cache allocation with long term 

training of multimodal parallel processes. Prog No. 697.02 2011 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Soc for Neurosci.

 

Noah JA, Tachibana A, Bronner S. Multi-core processing within the frontal lobe. Proceedings, Sixth Int Conf Foundations of Digital Games, Bordeaux, France.

 

Ali S, Noah JA, Bronner S. Effectiveness of video game training on single and dual task reaction times in Parkinsons subjects. Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Brain Adaptations from Playing a Rhythmic Dance Exer-game. Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Campoli J, Keonig L, Noah JA, Bronner S. The effects of background noise and auditory feedback on singers' volume regulation in karaoke training video games.Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Naik R, Noah JA, Tachibana A, Bronner S. Non-violent exer-games and aggression. Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Noah JA, Tachibana A, Bronner S. Dance Dance Revolution provides vigorous intensity exercise. Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Naik R, Noah JA, Bronner S. The second most populous country does not have access to active games for exercise or rehabilitation. Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Williams-Murray Z, Noah JA, Tachibana A, Bronner S. Dance Dance Revolution provides vigorous intensity exercise in older adults. Proceedings, Games for Health, Boston, MA. 

 

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Supraspinal neural networks in internal versus external triggered stepping. Proceedings, p153, Neurology Section. New Orleans, LA: APTA CSM.

 

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Sensory-motor processing in a complex stepping task with and without music using fMRI. Proceedings, p153, Neurology Section. New Orleans, LA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting

 

2010

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Implementing neuroplasticity principled training paradigms with rhythmic exer-games for all ages and disease processes. Proceedings, p16. East Lansing, MI: Meaningful Play Conference. 

 

Noah JA, Bronner S, Tachibana A. Neural feedforward and feedback mechanisms of meaningful game play. Proceedings, p16. East Lansing, MI: Meaningful Play Conference. 

 

Ali S, Williams-Murray Z, Noah JA, Bronner S. Effects of dance video game training on single and dual task reaction times in healthy adults. Proceedings, p30. East Lansing, MI: Meaningful Play Conference. 

 

Williams-Murray Z, Ali S, Noah JA, Bronner S. Cognitive processing effects of dance video game training in healthy adults. Proceedings, p29. East Lansing, MI: Meaningful Play Conference. 

 

Bronner S, Noah JA, Tachibana A. Bi-modal and uni-modal information processing in a complex stepping task. Prog No. 83.20 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA: Soc for Neurosci. 

 

Tachibana A, Noah JA, Bronner S. Shifts from external to internal attention due to dance video game training: an MR study in functional connectivity of supraspinal neural-circuits. Prog No. 83.15 2010 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA: Soc for Neurosci.

 

Noah JA, Tachibana A, Bronner S. Neural activity in internally versus externally triggered stepping in an fMRI block design. Prog No. 83.1. 2010 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA: Soc for Neurosci.

 

Shippen J, Bronner S, Pratt DJ, Kwon Y-H. Biomechanics and Dance Workshop. Bronner S: Elements of Motion Capture. Proceedings, p130. Birmingham, UK: XX Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Injuries in Hip Hop dancers  Breakers, Poppers, Lockers, and New Schoolers. Proceedings, p14. Birmingham, UK: XX Annual Meeting IADMS. 

 

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Pelvic and hip kinematics in three grand battement dance movements. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 40(1):A-20. San Diego, CA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting

 

Bronner S, Noah JA. Falling risk in Parkinsons disease and dance video game training. San Diego, CA: Neurology Section, APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

2009

Noah JA, Bronner S. Dance video game training and falling risks in Parkinsons disease. Prog No. 530.3. 2009 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL: Soc for Neurosci. Online.

 

Tachibana A, Noah JA, Ono Y, Onozukai M. Discrimination of self-generated music versus that of other musicians: an fNIRS study. Prog No. 472.3. 2009 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL: Soc for Neurosci. Online.

 

2008

Becica L, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Introducing breaking technique: Vocabulary, mechanics, and potential stressors. Proceedings, p76. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS. 

 

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Pelvic and lower extremity kinematics in three grand battement dance movements. Proceedings, p31. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Dickson D, Hollman K, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Reliability and validity of an alternate measurement method: The dorsiflexion lunge position. Proceedings, p88-9. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Dickson D, Hollman K, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Reliability, validity, and interpretation of a new way to measure ankle dorsiflexion. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 38(1):A-20. Nashville, TN: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Hash-Campbell D, Bronner S. Focus on props and connections of the trunk and upper extremities in the dance class. Proceedings, p64. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Hollman K, Dickson D, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Ankle range of motion measurements in dancers. Proceedings, p91-2. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Hollman K, Dickson D, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Reliability and validity of functional ankle range of motion measurements in dancers. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 38(1):A-19-20. Nashville, TN: APTA CSM. Recipient of 2008 PASIG Student Research Scholarship Award.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S. Injury incidence and patterns in Breakers (B-boys and B-girls). Proceedings, p78-9. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Southwick H, Gibbs R, Bronner S, Cassella M. Update on the Annual Post-Hire Health Screen for Professional Dancers: Dance/USA Taskforce on Dancer Health. Proceedings, p8. Cleveland, OH: XVIII Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

2007

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S, Mayers L. Comprehensive injury surveillance of dance injuries: A proposal for uniform reporting guidelines for professional companies. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 37(1):A-22. Boston, MA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S. Effect of an in-house comprehensive management program on injury rates and health-care costs. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 37(1):A-21. Boston, MA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S, Garlington M. Prevalence of joint hypermobility and correlation with injury in modern dancers. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 37(1):A-46. Boston, MA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

2006

Bronner S, Araharasamakulam S. Reliability and validity of a new electrogoniometer ankle sensor for lower extremity dance movement. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 36(1):A-23. San Diego, CA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Bronner S, Araharasamakulam S. Reliability and validity of electrogoniometry for measurement of lower extremity dance movement. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 36(1):A-24-25. San Diego, CA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Bronner S, Hash-Campbell D, Ojofeitimi S. Introducing Limón technique: Vocabulary, mechanics, and potential stressors. Proceedings. West Palm Beach, FL: XVIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Lower extremity functional motion requirements in common dance movements. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 36(1):A-24. San Diego, CA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Garlington M, Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S. Prevalence of joint hypermobility and correlation with injury in professional and student modern dancers: A preliminary investigation. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 36(1):A-24. San Diego, CA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting. Recipient of 2006 PASIG Student Research Scholarship Award.

 

Hash-Campbell D, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Modifying the Graham class to minimize potential stressors. Proceedings, p187-9. West Palm Beach, FL: XVIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Garlington M, Bronner S. Prevalence of joint hypermobility and correlation with injury in professional and student modern dancers. Proceedings, p59-50. West Palm Beach, FL: XVIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

2005

Agraharasamakulam S, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Comparison of two electrogoniometers and motion analysis. Proceedings, p158. Cleveland, OH: XXth Congress Int Soc Biomechanics .

 

Bronner S, Garlington M, Hash-Campbell D, Ojofeitimi S, Agraharasamakulam S. Introducing Graham-based technique: Vocabulary, mechanics, and potential stressors. Proceedings, p174-5. Stockholm, Sweden: XVth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Hash-Campbell H, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Modifying the Horton technique class to minimize potential stressors. Proceedings, p121-3. Stockholm, Sweden: XVth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Mayers L, Agraharasamakulam S, Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S. Impact forces produced during tap dance. Proceedings, p33-4. Stockholm, Sweden: XVth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Mayers L, Araharasamakulam S, Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S. Landing forces produced in tap dance. Proceedings, p80. Cleveland, OH: XXth Congress Int Soc Biomechanics.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S. On-site case management and intervention in a modern dance company: Financial outcome. Proceedings, p144-6. Stockholm, Sweden: XVth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

2004

Bronner S, Hash-Campbell D, Ojofeitimi S. Introducing Horton technique: Vocabulary, mechanics, and potential stressors. Proceedings, p25-6. San Francisco, CA: XIVth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S, Spriggs J, Hash-Campbell D. Measurement of selected dance movements Part II: Reliability and validity of electrogoniometry. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 34(1):A-20. Nashville, TN: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S, Spriggs J, Hash-Campbell D. Measurement of selected dance movements Part I: Motion analysis. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 34(1):A-19. Nashville, TN: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Sandow E, Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S, Spriggs J. Effect of training on postural control in a skilled and unskilled task. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 34(1):A-21. Nashville, TN: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

2003

Bronner S, Spriggs J, Ojofeitimi S. SF-36 and DFOS outcome measures in healthy and injured elite dancers. Proceedings, p51-3. London, UK: XIIIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Bronner S, Spriggs J. Biomechanical analyses in dance: Insight into injury, control, and optimization. Proceedings. Aspen, CO: 21st Annual Symposium on Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 2003. Performing Arts Med Assoc and The Aspen Music Festival and School. 

 

Bronner S, Spriggs J, Ojofeitimi S. Outcomes measures in healthy and injured elite dancers: DFOS and SF-36. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 33(2):A-24-5. Tampa, FL: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S, Rose D. Injuries in a modern dance company: Effect of comprehensive management. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 33(2):A-24-25. Tampa, FL: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Mayers L, Bronner S, Judelson D. The prevalence of injury in tap dancers. Proceedings, p102. London, UK: XIIIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S, Spriggs J, Brownstein B. Effect of training on postural control and center of pressure displacement during weight shift. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 33(2):A-15. Tampa, FL: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Sandow E, Bronner S, Spriggs J, Bassile CC, Rao AK, Brownstein B. A kinematic comparison of a dance movement in expert dancers and novices. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 33(2):A-25. Tampa, FL: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Sandow E, Hash D, Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S. Acetabular labral tear in a professional dancer: A case report. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 33(2):A-19. Tampa, FL APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

2002

Bronner S, Ojofeitimi S, Rose D (2002). Injuries in a modern dance company: Effect of comprehensive management on incidence and cost. J Dance Med Sci, 7(2):62. New York, NY: XIIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Bronner S, Spriggs J (2002). Jerk optimization as an indicator of skill in a complex dance movement. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 32(1):A-11. Boston, MA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Ojofeitimi S, Bronner S, Spriggs J, Brownstein B (2002). Effect of training on postural control and center of pressure displacement during weight shift. J Dance Med Sci, 7(2):66, 2003. NY, NY: XIIth Annual Meeting of IADMS.

 

Spriggs J, Bronner S, Brownstein B, Ojofeitimi S (2002). Smoothness during a multi-joint movement: 2D and 3D analysis between groups of differing skill levels. J Dance Med Sci, 7(2):59, 2003. New York, NY: XIIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

2001

Bronner S, Brownstein B, Spriggs J. Skill acquisition in a multi-joint dance movement. Proc, p374. Zurich, Switzerland: XVIIIth Congress of Int Soc Biomechanics, p374.

 

Bronner S, Kaminski T, Gordon A. Effect of ACL reconstruction on multi-joint coordination in dancers. Proceedings, p33. Zurich, Switzerland: XVIIIth Congress of Int Soc Biomechanics.

 

Spriggs J, Bronner S, Brownstein. Endpoint control in a multi-joint dance movement: Analysis between groups of differing skill levels. Proceedings, p375. Zurich, Switzerland: XVIIIth Congress of Int Soc Biomechanics.

 

2000

Bronner S, Brownstein B, Worthen L, Ames S. Skill acquisition and mastery in performance of a complex dance movement (arabesque). J Dance Med Sci 4(4):139. Miami, FL: Xth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

1999

Bronner S, Turner R. The Dance Functional Outcome System: A new measurement tool. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 29(1):A-20. Seattle, WA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

Bronner S, Brownstein B. Kinematic analysis of the passé in healthy and ACL-reconstructed dancers. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 29(1): A-46. Seattle, WA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

1998

Bronner S, Brownstein B. A kinematic analysis of the passé in skilled dancers: Gender differences. J Dance Med Sci 2(4):149. Hartford, CT: VIIIth Annual Meeting IADMS.

 

Bronner S, Brownstein B. A kinematic analysis of a skilled dance movement (passé) in a healthy and ACL-reconstructed dancer. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 27(1):59. Boston, MA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

 

1996

Bronner S, Brownstein B. Profile of dance injuries in a Broadway show. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 23(1): 62. Atlanta, GA: APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

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