Thursday, September 10, 2009

Interpretive Dance Health Coverage

Today, as I have been pondering the potential reform in our current healthcare system in the United States, while at the same time, pondering my love for interpretive dance, it goes with out saying that the obvious question came to mind. Will our new public healthcare system cover injuries incurred while performing interpretive dance?

I, for one, believe that these injuries should be covered. It only seems fair that my healthcare plan should not stand in the way of my choreographing of some of the finest dance routines to ever be performed. I should not have to worry about going bankrupt due to an unfortunate interpretive dance accident. How could I ever be truly free to move if I had that fear in my head the whole time.

Say, for instance that I am really getting into my amazing hand motions for the current Green Day single, "21 Guns" when I begin to feel the onset of carpel tunnel. I should know that I am free to continue the shooting of my finger pistol, and once the routine has been completed I can go to the emergency room and KNOW without a doubt that I will be seen and my injury covered.

If I were to dislocate a shoulder during my routine for Jordin Sparks' "Battlefield" then the same should hold true. Or perhaps if I were to break a finger while performing my sweet moves for Beyonce's "Single Lady" then the doctors should like it and put a cast on it!

I'm just saying!

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