Some cover their feet in glue, others slice at them with razor blades … Emma John discovers what performing night after night does to a dancer’s feet.
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Ballet dancers may be graceful and serene but we think you will be shocked to see what’s hiding under those elegant pink silk shoes. Read about common foot and ankle injuries for ballet dancers and their (sometimes shocking) self-treatment techniques.
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