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3rd International Conference on Sports Medicine and Fitness, will be organized around the theme “Boost your health with sports and fitness”

Sports Medicine 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Sports Medicine 2017

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OMICS International Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 3rd International Conference on Sports Medicine and Fitness, during May 01-03, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations Workshops and Exhibitions.

Track 1: Sports Science and Fitness

Sports Science is a discipline that studies how the healthy human body works during exercise, and how sport and physical activity promote health from cellular to whole body perspectives. Physical activity is an essential part of a being healthy. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (PAG) recommends that adults get at least 2½ hours of moderately to vigorously intense physical activity each week. Sports can give a big boost to the amount of physical activity in your life. Academic sports and physical training: The participation in organized sports offers the chance for youth people to enhance their physical and social skills. Physical training in young people High quality physical education can encourage young people to develop knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of physical education, sport and health – enhancing experiences. Physical training in women and children Women of all ages can benefit from physical strength training.  Studies have shown that even women who are 90 years old and use a walker can benefit from light strength training and also beneficial for children. Physical Training in youth and elderly people older adults, both male and female, can benefit from regular physical activity. Physical activity need not be strenuous to achieve health benefits. A moderate amount of activity can be obtained in longer sessions of moderately intense activities.

  • Track 1-1Basics of sports medicine and fitness
  • Track 1-2Worksite health/fitness
  • Track 1-3Professional sports training and coaching
  • Track 1-4Sports and disabilities
  • Track 1-5Career in sports medicine and fitness
  • Track 2-1Principle of kinesiology
  • Track 2-2Human or non-human body movement
  • Track 2-3Biomechanics and its applications
  • Track 2-4Kinesio taping and its application method

Physical education and physical activity is an essential part of a being healthy. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (PAG) recommends that adults get at least 2½ hours of moderately to vigorously intense physical activity each week. Sports can give a big boost to the amount of physical activity in your life. Academic sports and physical training: The participation in organized sports offers the chance for youth people to enhance their physical and social skills. Physical training in young people High quality physical education can encourage young people to develop knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of physical education, sport and health – enhancing experiences. Physical training in women and children Women of all ages can benefit from physical strength training.  Studies have shown that even women who are 90 years old and use a walker can benefit from light strength training and also beneficial for children. Physical training in youth and elderly people older adults, both male and female, can benefit from regular physical activity. Physical activity need not be strenuous to achieve health benefits. A moderate amount of activity can be obtained in longer sessions of moderately intense activities.

  • Track 3-1Physical training and fitness for all ages
  • Track 3-2Need of physical education and its importance
  • Track 3-3Types of physical activities
  • Track 3-4Physical education and its awareness
  • Track 3-5Measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviors

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine is a subspecialty of orthopaedic medicine and sports medicine. Orthopaedic sports medicine is the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medicalsurgical, and rehabilitative means to all structures of the musculoskeletal systemaffected by athletic activity. Sports injuries are injuries that happen when playing sports or exercising and some are from of accidents. Others can result from poor training practices or improper gear. The most common sports injuries are Sprains, strains, Foot, ankle, hip, Knee, shoulder & neck injuries. There are two kinds of injuries, acute and chronic injuries, acute injuries occur suddenly when playing or exercising and the reason for the chronic injury could also be the same but the severity is more. We have many Injury cause symposiums and workshop. Emergency sports medicines a physician with special knowledge in sports medicine is responsible for continuous care in the field of sports medicine. These medicines are very much important for the athlete. Sports medicine is a subspecialty of emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, or pediatrics. Surgical and non-surgical treatments Non-Surgical Treatment Options: Surgery is not the appropriate or preferred treatment for some of the injuries. Physical therapy and non-surgical options can often get you back to a healthy, active lifestyle. Surgical Options:  Surgery is required for few chronic sports injuries like more complex spinal procedures and total joint replacements.

  • Track 4-1Injury healing and repair
  • Track 4-2Soft tissue biomechanics
  • Track 4-3Treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical
  • Track 4-4Orthopedic devices and there use
  • Track 4-5ACL injuries and treatments
  • Track 5-1Physical and occupation therapy
  • Track 5-2Recreational therapy/therapeutic recreation
  • Track 5-3Yoga and physical health
  • Track 7-1Common nutrition for performance
  • Track 7-2Need for sports supplements
  • Track 7-3Oxygen deprivation in athletes
  • Track 7-4Hydration and dehydration
  • Track 7-5Balance diet in sports
  • Track 7-6Weight gain and weight loss in sports

Functioning of the body during exercise The body response to the exercise in such a way that there's the red face and the sweating, the pounding heart and pumping lungs, the boost to your alertness and mood, the previously nonexistent urges to talk about nothing but splits and laps and PBs, Muscle Stretching Workshops. Role of hormones in muscular growth and fitness hormones play a vital role for the development of the body size shape and strength. GH, or the growth hormone is well helping to maintain an optimal ratio of lean muscle tissue to body fat. It’s VERY important to have good GH levels in order to live healthy, both mentally and of course, physically. Exercise physiology is the study of the acute responses and chronic adaptations to a wide range of physical exercise conditions. Kinetics during rest and exercise In addition, many exercise physiologists study the effect of exercise on pathology, kinetics during rest and exercise, and the mechanisms by which exercise can reduce or reverse disease progression

  • Track 8-1Physiological responses and exercise
  • Track 8-2Energy expenditure
  • Track 9-1Muscular Strength and Endurance
  • Track 9-2Cardiovascular Capacity
  • Track 9-3Psychological factors: Mental preparation and confidence
  • Track 9-4Strategic Thinking
  • Track 9-5Psychological Factors: Mental Preparation
  • Track 12-1Stress, emotions and performance
  • Track 12-2Mortar learning
  • Track 12-3Behavioral science and skills acquisition