Dr. Lindsay Ramey is a physician with board certification in Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. As a former dancer, she understands the unique demands that dance can place on the developing body. She also acknowledges the specific rehabilitation needs and goals of a dancer and aims to help dancers meet their goals while promoting life-long health.
Dr. Ramey has had the privilege to provide medical care for the Joffrey Ballet, the Looking Glass Theater and the Blue Man Group during her training, and has worked with numerous pre-professional dance centers to establish screening programs and provide medical care for dancers. Dr. Ramey would like to continue to serve performing artists of all ages, levels and disciplines in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
In addition to performing arts medicine, her clinical and research interests include optimizing bone health in the female athlete, treatment and prevention of high and low-risk stress fractures, up-to-date treatment of tendinopathy, and injury prevention in the pre-professional dancer. Relative prior publications include:
- Epidemiology of injury in the young dancer. In “Prevention of injuries in the young dancer.” Ramey L, Yin A. (2017). Marlton, NJ. Springer International.
- Femoral neck stress fracture: can MRI grade help predict return-to-running time? Ramey L, McInnis K, Palmer W. Am J Sports Med. 2016 Aug 44(8); 2122.
- High-risk stress fractures: diagnosis and management. McInnis K, Ramey L. PMR 2016 Mar 8(3); Suppl S113-124.
- Proximal hamstring tendinopathy. In “Tendinopathy: From Basic Science to clinical management.” Ramey L, Ihm J, Tjong V. (In Press)