Emily In the Media

Book Reviews:

Circus Talk

Applied Anatomy of Aerial Arts – A Treasure for Circus Libraries”

“Applied Anatomy of Aerial Artists is a straight forward and immensely useful manual for any aerialist and any circus artist or circus teacher who wants their student to progress, avoid injury and gain the strength necessary to do the amazing work they do.”

  Born to Fly Teacher Training

“Emily has created a fluid, informed read on anatomy for aerialists without fuss or pretense.  She gets straight to the point of what aerialists need to know in order to move better.”

“THIS is the resource I wish was available when I first began my aerial journey”

“Applied Anatomy of Aerial Arts is jam packed with SCIENCE, informative images, aerial technique, useful exercises, and the highly sought after topic of injury prevention. Emily masterfully presents a huge amount of information in this accessible and concise text.” – Constance Echo Palmer

American Circus Educators


Dance Well Podcast Episode 23: Flying Safe the Unique Demands of Aerial Arts


Sarah Scott of Off the Pole Podcast Episode 17: The Circus Doc Interview Aerial Anatomy


Artist Athlete Episode 20 There are All Sorts of Ways to Move OR You Can Fix Stupid


Bendy Bodies with the Hypermobility MD Episode 14: Stabilizing the Hypermobile Body through Circus Arts with Emily Scherb, PT, DPT


Healthy Wealthy & Smart Episode 546: Dr. Emily Scherb: Working with Circus Artists Beyond the Bigtop


 Don’t Break a Leg Podcast: “Circus Hurts!” ft. Emily Scherb, DPT


 The Expecting Aerialist: 1) Pre-Natal & Postpartum Training with The Circus Doc, Dr. Emily Scherb 2) Relaxing & Training with The Circus Doc 3) Healthy Shoulders with The Circus Doc – Season Finale

 Dance PT Podcast Episode #7: Emily Scherb – Physical Therapy for Aerial Dance


CircSci Podcast: Pole Sport Injury Reduction, How to Structure a Pole Class, and Self-Determination Theory ft. Dr. Joanna Nicholas and guest host Emily Scherb


Did you move today? Podcast: Meet Dr. Emily Scherb and Move with Her!


Workshop Review:

Get Circus Strong: My Big Takeaways from the Anatomy of Circus with Emily Scherb


Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Spotlight Series Meet Dr. Emily Scherb, PT, DPT

 Reima Gym Blog Interview Feature My Big Takeaways From The Anatomy of Circus With Emily Scherb

 American Youth Circus Organization HUP Squad Interview with AYCO Board Member Emily Scherb

American Youth Circus Organization HUP Squad Interview with Emily Scherb pt. 2: Let’s Talk Injury

 Off The Pole Videocast #017 The Circus Doc – Aerial Anatomy


American Physical Therapy Association Independent Study Course 32.3 – Clinical Management of Circus Artists – Course Author Emily Scherb, PT, DPT

American Physical Therapy Association Low Back Pain in Circus Artists – Publication Author Emily Scherb, PT, DPT

Circus Now Moving From The Core: An Anatomy Lesson


SANCA Article The Circus Doc Created a Book For Aerialists


Island Lake Camp Alumni Circus Journey