clinical sports medicine

clinical sports medicine

[‚klin·ə·kəl ′spȯrts ‚med·ə·sən]
(medicine)
Sports medicine that focuses on the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries and the design of exercise and nutrition programs for maintaining peak physical performance.
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In our clinics and in the schools where we have athletic trainers on staff, we are seeing more ACL injuries in young athletes than ever before," explains Terrance Sgroi, Accelerated Physical Therapy's Director of Clinical Sports Medicine.
He is the co-author of the best selling sports medicine text book, Clinical Sports Medicine.
Brukner P, Khan K (Eds) (2006) Clinical Sports Medicine (3rd edn).
Over the past three decades exercise physiology has assumed an increasingly prominent role in clinical sports medicine.
The survey's findings will be released Friday afternoon at the Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Clinical Sports Medicine to be held in Miyazaki in southwestern Japan.
Further, Clinical Sports Medicine, the leading textbook on the discipline, firmly argues against NSAID use for athletes.
Brukner P and Khan K (2001): Clinical Sports Medicine.
He holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, from Finch University, The Chicago Medical School and is Board Certified as a Clinical Sports Medicine Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
In the coming months, the site will also feature videos from Clinical Sports Medicine, a DVD developed by McGraw-Hill Australia for the critically-acclaimed textbook by the same name.
His extensive experience in editing, research, and clinical sports medicine make him a superb choice to assume this important role.
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