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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The Journal of Japanese Society of Clinical Sports Medicine 19(1), 36-42.
Assistant Professor at Toyo University and a member of the Japanese Society 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).
This third edition of Clinical Sports Medicine does not disappoint.
Clinical Sports Medicine recommends athletes refrain from sporting activities until all acute symptoms resolve and contact sports avoided while the spleen is enlarged.
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.
In addition the abstracts and posters presented at the 4th Clinical Sports Medicine Conference--Injury Prevention and Protection of the Health of the Athlete, 13-15 October 2010, Cape Town, are published in this edition.
Brukner P and Khan K (2001): Clinical Sports Medicine.
Clinical sports medicines 4th edition is a handbook to keep for sport physiotherapist or any clinician interested to deepen the multidisciplinary management of sportsman; the students in physiotherapy will find all the basic informations useful to their future job, more expert clinicians a precious compendium updated to last scientific knowledge.
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