Sports medicine is a subspecialty of medicine that deals with physical fitness, as well as the treatment and prevention of sports and exercise-related injuries. Although most sports teams have had team physicians for many years, sports medicine has only been recognised as a distinct branch of medicine since the late twentieth century. Sports medicine (or Sport and Exercise medicine) is a recognised medical speciality in some countries (with identical training and criteria to other medical specialties), whereas it is a special interest area but not a recognised specialty in others. In the promotion of exercise and health, as well as the scientific assessment, analysis, and understanding of sports performance, Sports Medicine bridges the gap between science and practise. A sports medicine practitioner specialises in sports-related medical treatments. Preventative techniques like training and injury prevention, as well as treatments like osteopathic manipulation, rehabilitation, and injections, may be used. Athletes with back pain are frequently treated by sports medicine physicians due to strain and injury to the back caused by numerous sports such as bicycle, weight lifting, running, and golf.
Title : Neurocognitive and reactive rehabilitation training techniques and testing in athletes following ACL reconstruction
Kevin E Wilk, Champion Sports Medicine, United Kingdom
Title : Neuroimaging by evaluation nerve repair and remodeling of acupuncture in children with cerebral palsy
Zhenhuan LIU, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, China
Title : Treatment of medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints): What is the evidence-based medical treatment?
Jay Spector, American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM), United States
Title : A novel cervical-spine immobilization technique for traumatic spinal cord injury prevention in resource-limited
Zachary Eisner, University of Michigan, United States
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Matis Georgios, University Cologne Hospital, Germany
Title : Autologous stem cell infusion in COPD patients: Impact on quality of life and physical performance
Selma Denis Squassoni, FMABC University Center, Brazil