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Sports Medicine 2018

About Conference


After the success of the 3rd International Conference on Sports Medicine and Fitness which was held in Barcelona, Spain during October 05-06, 2017, Conference Series honour would like to welcome you at the its next conference that is 4th International Conference on Sports Medicine and Fitness which is going to be held during November 14-16, 2018 in Edinburgh, Scotland

The main theme of the conference is “Rejuvenate your body & soul with sports and fitness"

Sports Medicine-2018 that aims at bringing together the Sports Medicine and Fitness professionals and students to provide an international forum for the dissemination of original research results, new ideas and practical development experiences which concentrate on both theory and practices in our International Meetings. Sports Medicine-2018 is a multi-disciplinary conference of sports medicine physicians and sports medicine professionals dedicated to work, education, research, advocacy and the care of athletes of all ages.

The majority of Sports Medicine Attendees will be Sports Medicine Doctors, Academic Professors, Lecturers, Board Directors, Deans, CEOs, and Researchers. Also we will be seeing the Physical health professionals like Physical Therapists, Physiotherapists, Nutritionists, Sports Psychologists, Exercise Physiologists, and Primary Care Physicians with fellowship training and added qualification in sports medicine that then combine their practice of sports medicine with their primary specialty.  Sports Medicine-2018 also includes members who specialize in non-surgical sports medicine and serve as team physicians at the youth level, NCAA, NFL, MLB, NBA, WNBA, MLS and NHL, as well as with Olympic teams. By nature of their training and experience, sports medicine physicians are ideally suited to provide comprehensive medical care for athletes, sports teams or active individuals who are simply looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

 

Tracks and Subtracks:

Track 1: Sports Medicine and Science

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.

Subtracks:

  • Basics of sports science
  • Sports and gender
  • Sports and age

 

Track 2: Physical Education Fitness

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.

Subtracks:

  • Basics of Physical Health
  • Importance of physical education
  • Physical fitness and diseases

 

Track 3: Orthopedic Sports Medicines

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine is a subspecialty of orthopaedic medicine and sports medicine. Orthopaedic sports medicine is the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means to all structures of the musculoskeletal system affected 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 and Knee, Shoulder & Neck injuries.

Subtracks:

  • Treatment options
  • Different types of surgeries
  • Surgical and Non-surgical methods
  • Injury prevention and management
  • Equipment used

 

Track 4: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Physical therapy or physiotherapy aims at providing relief to patients suffering from bone and joint ailments by promoting mobility. Interventions used in physiotherapy involve both physical and mechanical modalities in combination with physical exercises. By carefully following scientifically proven techniques in a systematic order, the physiotherapist improves the mobility of the organs in living with physical ailments like polio, paralysis, pre and post Orthopedic surgeries and fractures. Physiotherapy as a science is also deals with research, education, consultation and administration.

Subtracts:

  • Different methods used
  • Care and precautions
  • Health benefits
  • Equipments used

 

Track 5: Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy (OT) is the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities, or occupations, of individuals, groups, or communities. It is an allied health profession performed by occupational therapists. OTs often work with people with mental health problems, disabilities, injuries, or impairments

Subtracts:

  • Care and precautions
  • Health benefits
  • Techniques and methods
  • Equipments used

 

Track 6: Kinesiology and Physical Activities

Kinesiology is the science of human movement, applying the latest evidenced-based research to improve function, health and wellness of people in all settings and populations. Exercise science and kinesiology are two closely related fields of study, often used interchangeably with one another. These sciences are concerned with the human body and aspects of its movements. Exercise science focuses on the effects physical activity has on the human body. Common areas of study in kinesiology might include biomechanics, exercise physiology and motor control. Kinesiology majors use tools from molecular biology, neuroscience, engineering, medicine, and computer science to work on unique problems in a diverse array of settings. Kinesiologists are committed to enhancing quality of life through the promotion of physical activity and workplace health and safety, the prevention and management of injury, chronic disease and disability, and the overall improvement of health and performance.

Subtracts:

  • Health benefits
  • Equipments and instruments used
  • Types and methods
  • Techniques and methods

 

 Track 7: Exercise Physiology and Metabolism

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 non-existent 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.

Subtracts:

  • Body functions during physical activities
  • Response during endurance
  • Body mass development
  • Factors affecting physical health

 

 Track 8: Nutrition, Diet and Hydration in sports

Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism. It includes food intake, absorption, assimilation, biosynthesis, catabolism and excretion. The diet of an organism is what it eats, which is largely determined by the availability and palatability of foods. For humans, a healthy diet includes preparation of food and storage methods that preserve nutrients from oxidation, heat or leaching, and that reduce risk of foodborne illness.

In humans, an unhealthy diet can cause deficiency-related diseases such as blindness, anemia, scurvy, preterm birth, stillbirth and cretinism or nutrient excess health-threatening conditions such as obesity and metabolic syndrome; and such common chronic systemic diseases as cardiovascular disease diabetes and osteoporosis. Under nutrition can lead to the wasting of kwashiorkor in acute cases, and the stunting of marasmus in chronic cases of malnutrition

Subtracts:

  • Types and need of nutrition.
  • Nutrition and performance
  • Nutrition deficiency

 

 Track: 9 Sports Injuries, Treatment and Management

Sports injuries are injuries that occur when engaging in sports or exercise. Sports injuries can occur due to overtraining, lack of conditioning, and improper form or technique. Failing to warm up increases the risk of sports injuries. Bruises, strains, sprains, tears, and broken bones can result from sports injuries. Soft tissues like muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and bursae may be affected. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is another potential type of sports injury.

Many sports injuries cause immediate pain or discomfort. Others, such as overuse injuries and tendonitis, make themselves known only after long-term damage. These injuries are often diagnosed during routine physical examinations or checkups.

Call a doctor if there are signs of swelling or if it hurts to place weight on the affected area. If the problem is in the location of a previous injury, seek attention right away. Child’s immature skeleton has weaker bones than an adult’s, you should take extra care with a child’s sports injuries. What looks like a tissue injury may in fact be a more serious fracture, according to research published in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy

Subtracks:

  • Types of physical injuries
  • Severity of injuries
  • On spot management
  • Different treatment methods

 

Track 10: Sports Dentistry

The FDI World Dental Federation defines this subdivision of dentistry as "the branch of sports medicine dealing with prevention and treatment of dental injuries and oral diseases associated with sports and exercise." Injuries are, unfortunately, commonplace in sports. Sprained ankles, torn ligaments, concussions and broken bones are some of the most common and also the ones that first come to mind of athletes and fans. But an injury that affects an athlete's oral health can be just as serious. Anywhere from 13 to 39% of dental injuries result from playing sports. Approximately 80% of all dental injuries affect one, if not more, of the front teeth. Tongue and cheek injuries are common too. Small chips and cracks in teeth can be repaired. Even a knocked out tooth can be salvaged by seeking immediate dental assistance. Two of the best means of protection against oral injuries are through the use of helmets and mouth guards.

Subtracts:

  • Total dentofacial care
  • Craniofacial injuries
  • Treatments and management

 

Track 10: Sports Marketing and Media

Sports Marketing is a growing division of the marketing field that focuses on the business of sports and the use of sports as a marketing tool. Sports marketing professionals enjoy a wide variety of employment opportunities, including positions with universities, corporations, media outlets, sporting equipment manufacturers, retailers and public relations agencies. Schools offering Education - Sports Management degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

 Subtracts:

  • Importance if Media in sports
  • Marketing as a tools for sports promotion
  • Consequences of sports with media

 

Track 12: Sports Psychology and Athlete Counselling

Sport psychology means applying parts of psychology to sports and athletes. One of the main ways that sports psychologists use is to help athletes meet their goals. The main group of people that sports psychologists try to help are professional athletes. They can help non-professional athletes as well. Sports psychologists mainly focus on problems the athlete has on the field but they can also help athletes with problems that they have off the field. Sports psychology did not become a recognized area of study until recently, but it has been used in the past.

Sport psychology is an interdisciplinary science that draws on knowledge from many related fields including biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology. It involves the study of how psychological factors affect performance and how participation in sport and exercise affect psychological and physical factors. In addition to instruction and training of psychological skills for performance improvement, applied sport psychology may include work with athletes, coaches, and parents regarding injury, rehabilitation, communication, team building, and career transitions

Subtracts:

  • Importance of Sports Psychology
  • Management of performance
  • Counselling
  • Sports situations

 

 Track 13: Traditional Medicine for sports and injuries

Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture is a method of healing and pain relief that has been used for over two thousand years. Acupuncture has been medically proven to stimulate the release of serotonins and endorphins to aid pain relief and promote healing. Acupuncture increases local circulation to the injury site to speed healing and decrease swelling and bruising. Acupuncture is able to relax muscles and relieve spasms to relief pain and increase range of motion.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines traditional medicine as "the sum total of the knowledge, skills, and practices based on the theories, beliefs, and experiences indigenous to different cultures, whether explicable or not, used in the maintenance of health as well as in the prevention, diagnosis, improvement or treatment of physical and mental illness"

 Behind every loyal fan base is a team of savvy marketing strategists who understand the complex relationship between athletes and fans, brands and communities. The Sports Marketing & Media bachelor of science program is designed to provide a fundamental understanding of how marketing and content creation are integrated into the everyday operations of sports businesses.

 

Track 14: Factors Affecting Sports Performances

There are many factors that can affect sports performance, some of them discussed below.

Physical Factors: These are medical and illness related factors:

Psychological Factors: These are factors related to the way you are thinking and your state of mind

External Factors: These are things largely beyond our control

Muscular Strength and Endurance: Some sports, such as powerlifting, require a high level of muscular strength to produce a brief but powerful force. Others, such as marathon running, require incredible muscular endurance to sustain the strength to move your body for hours at a time. You can improve your muscular strength and endurance by practicing your particular sport, as well as working out in the weight room.

Cardiovascular Capacity: The muscles that you can see aren't the only muscles that impact your sports performance. Your heart, which is part of your cardiovascular system, is crucial because it ensures that oxygenated blood reaches muscles throughout your body that help you run, jump and throw.

Confidence: Being confident in yourself, your teammates and your skills is vital for sports performance, so this may also one of the key factor that can affect your performance.

Strategic Thinking: Many sports are just as much a mental game as they are a physical one, so strategic thinking is an important factor for success.

Tracks and Subtracks

Tracks and Subtracks:

Track 1: Sports Medicine and Science

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.

Subtracks:

  • Basics of sports science
  • Sports and gender
  • Sports and age

 

Track 2: Physical Education Fitness

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.

Subtracks:

  • Basics of Physical Health
  • Importance of physical education
  • Physical fitness and diseases

 

Track 3: Orthopedic Sports Medicines

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine is a subspecialty of orthopaedic medicine and sports medicine. Orthopaedic sports medicine is the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means to all structures of the musculoskeletal system affected 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 and Knee, Shoulder & Neck injuries.

Subtracks:

  • Treatment options
  • Different types of surgeries
  • Surgical and Non-surgical methods
  • Injury prevention and management
  • Equipment used

 

Track 4: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Physical therapy or physiotherapy aims at providing relief to patients suffering from bone and joint ailments by promoting mobility. Interventions used in physiotherapy involve both physical and mechanical modalities in combination with physical exercises. By carefully following scientifically proven techniques in a systematic order, the physiotherapist improves the mobility of the organs in living with physical ailments like polio, paralysis, pre and post Orthopedic surgeries and fractures. Physiotherapy as a science is also deals with research, education, consultation and administration.

Subtracts:

  • Different methods used
  • Care and precautions
  • Health benefits
  • Equipments used

 

Track 5: Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy (OT) is the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities, or occupations, of individuals, groups, or communities. It is an allied health profession performed by occupational therapists. OTs often work with people with mental health problems, disabilities, injuries, or impairments

Subtracts:

  • Care and precautions
  • Health benefits
  • Techniques and methods
  • Equipments used

 

Track 6: Kinesiology and Physical Activities

Kinesiology is the science of human movement, applying the latest evidenced-based research to improve function, health and wellness of people in all settings and populations. Exercise science and kinesiology are two closely related fields of study, often used interchangeably with one another. These sciences are concerned with the human body and aspects of its movements. Exercise science focuses on the effects physical activity has on the human body. Common areas of study in kinesiology might include biomechanics, exercise physiology and motor control. Kinesiology majors use tools from molecular biology, neuroscience, engineering, medicine, and computer science to work on unique problems in a diverse array of settings. Kinesiologists are committed to enhancing quality of life through the promotion of physical activity and workplace health and safety, the prevention and management of injury, chronic disease and disability, and the overall improvement of health and performance.

Subtracts:

  • Health benefits
  • Equipments and instruments used
  • Types and methods
  • Techniques and methods

 

 Track 7: Exercise Physiology and Metabolism

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 non-existent 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.

Subtracts:

  • Body functions during physical activities
  • Response during endurance
  • Body mass development
  • Factors affecting physical health

 

 Track 8: Nutrition, Diet and Hydration in sports

Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism. It includes food intake, absorption, assimilation, biosynthesis, catabolism and excretion. The diet of an organism is what it eats, which is largely determined by the availability and palatability of foods. For humans, a healthy diet includes preparation of food and storage methods that preserve nutrients from oxidation, heat or leaching, and that reduce risk of foodborne illness.

In humans, an unhealthy diet can cause deficiency-related diseases such as blindness, anemia, scurvy, preterm birth, stillbirth and cretinism or nutrient excess health-threatening conditions such as obesity and metabolic syndrome; and such common chronic systemic diseases as cardiovascular disease diabetes and osteoporosis. Under nutrition can lead to the wasting of kwashiorkor in acute cases, and the stunting of marasmus in chronic cases of malnutrition

Subtracts:

  • Types and need of nutrition.
  • Nutrition and performance
  • Nutrition deficiency

 

 Track: 9 Sports Injuries, Treatment and Management

Sports injuries are injuries that occur when engaging in sports or exercise. Sports injuries can occur due to overtraining, lack of conditioning, and improper form or technique. Failing to warm up increases the risk of sports injuries. Bruises, strains, sprains, tears, and broken bones can result from sports injuries. Soft tissues like muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and bursae may be affected. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is another potential type of sports injury.

Many sports injuries cause immediate pain or discomfort. Others, such as overuse injuries and tendonitis, make themselves known only after long-term damage. These injuries are often diagnosed during routine physical examinations or checkups.

Call a doctor if there are signs of swelling or if it hurts to place weight on the affected area. If the problem is in the location of a previous injury, seek attention right away. Child’s immature skeleton has weaker bones than an adult’s, you should take extra care with a child’s sports injuries. What looks like a tissue injury may in fact be a more serious fracture, according to research published in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy

Subtracks:

  • Types of physical injuries
  • Severity of injuries
  • On spot management
  • Different treatment methods

 

Track 10: Sports Dentistry

The FDI World Dental Federation defines this subdivision of dentistry as "the branch of sports medicine dealing with prevention and treatment of dental injuries and oral diseases associated with sports and exercise." Injuries are, unfortunately, commonplace in sports. Sprained ankles, torn ligaments, concussions and broken bones are some of the most common and also the ones that first come to mind of athletes and fans. But an injury that affects an athlete's oral health can be just as serious. Anywhere from 13 to 39% of dental injuries result from playing sports. Approximately 80% of all dental injuries affect one, if not more, of the front teeth. Tongue and cheek injuries are common too. Small chips and cracks in teeth can be repaired. Even a knocked out tooth can be salvaged by seeking immediate dental assistance. Two of the best means of protection against oral injuries are through the use of helmets and mouth guards.

Subtracts:

  • Total dentofacial care
  • Craniofacial injuries
  • Treatments and management

 

Track 10: Sports Marketing and Media

Sports Marketing is a growing division of the marketing field that focuses on the business of sports and the use of sports as a marketing tool. Sports marketing professionals enjoy a wide variety of employment opportunities, including positions with universities, corporations, media outlets, sporting equipment manufacturers, retailers and public relations agencies. Schools offering Education - Sports Management degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

 Subtracts:

  • Importance if Media in sports
  • Marketing as a tools for sports promotion
  • Consequences of sports with media

 

Track 12: Sports Psychology and Athlete Counselling

Sport psychology means applying parts of psychology to sports and athletes. One of the main ways that sports psychologists use is to help athletes meet their goals. The main group of people that sports psychologists try to help are professional athletes. They can help non-professional athletes as well. Sports psychologists mainly focus on problems the athlete has on the field but they can also help athletes with problems that they have off the field. Sports psychology did not become a recognized area of study until recently, but it has been used in the past.

Sport psychology is an interdisciplinary science that draws on knowledge from many related fields including biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology. It involves the study of how psychological factors affect performance and how participation in sport and exercise affect psychological and physical factors. In addition to instruction and training of psychological skills for performance improvement, applied sport psychology may include work with athletes, coaches, and parents regarding injury, rehabilitation, communication, team building, and career transitions

Subtracts:

  • Importance of Sports Psychology
  • Management of performance
  • Counselling
  • Sports situations

 

 Track 13: Traditional Medicine for sports and injuries

Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture is a method of healing and pain relief that has been used for over two thousand years. Acupuncture has been medically proven to stimulate the release of serotonins and endorphins to aid pain relief and promote healing. Acupuncture increases local circulation to the injury site to speed healing and decrease swelling and bruising. Acupuncture is able to relax muscles and relieve spasms to relief pain and increase range of motion.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines traditional medicine as "the sum total of the knowledge, skills, and practices based on the theories, beliefs, and experiences indigenous to different cultures, whether explicable or not, used in the maintenance of health as well as in the prevention, diagnosis, improvement or treatment of physical and mental illness"

 Behind every loyal fan base is a team of savvy marketing strategists who understand the complex relationship between athletes and fans, brands and communities. The Sports Marketing & Media bachelor of science program is designed to provide a fundamental understanding of how marketing and content creation are integrated into the everyday operations of sports businesses.

 

Track 14: Factors Affecting Sports Performances

There are many factors that can affect sports performance, some of them discussed below.

Physical Factors: These are medical and illness related factors:

Psychological Factors: These are factors related to the way you are thinking and your state of mind

External Factors: These are things largely beyond our control

Muscular Strength and Endurance: Some sports, such as powerlifting, require a high level of muscular strength to produce a brief but powerful force. Others, such as marathon running, require incredible muscular endurance to sustain the strength to move your body for hours at a time. You can improve your muscular strength and endurance by practicing your particular sport, as well as working out in the weight room.

Cardiovascular Capacity: The muscles that you can see aren't the only muscles that impact your sports performance. Your heart, which is part of your cardiovascular system, is crucial because it ensures that oxygenated blood reaches muscles throughout your body that help you run, jump and throw.

Confidence: Being confident in yourself, your teammates and your skills is vital for sports performance, so this may also one of the key factor that can affect your performance.

Strategic Thinking: Many sports are just as much a mental game as they are a physical one, so strategic thinking is an important factor for success.

Past Conference Report

Sports Medicine 2017

Sports Medicine 2017: Past Conference Report

Conference Series organized its 3rd International Conference on Sports Medicine and Fitness in Barcelona, Spain during October 05-06, 2017 with a focus “Boost your health with sports and fitness” where eminent Keynote Speakers, Session Speaker, Poster Presenter and Workshop Presenter joined from various reputed institutions around the world and made their resplendent presentations addressed the gathering.

Sports Medicine 2017 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various newfangled topics related to the field of Sports and Fitness. The following paramount KEYNOTE SPEAKERS kindled the lamp of knowledge at the Conference venue:

Dr. Silvia Ramón Rona, President of Onlat (Latin American Societies and Associations on Shockwave in Medicine), Spain is the first Keynote Speakers of the conference with her presentation title “Evidence of shockwave treatment in sports medicine”.

Ms. Sandy Weston, Owner of Weston Fitness, USA with her presentation entitled “Train your head… body will follow”.

Dr. Lara Carlson, University of New England, USA with the title “Hydration status and thermoregulatory responses in drivers during competitive racing”.

Dr. Jordi Desola, Professor of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, University of Barcelona, Spain has given the Plenary session with the Hyperbaric oxygenation in sports medicine: From the empirism to the evidence, a critical review on indications, safety, and rational application”

Dr. Ahmad Alkhatib, Dasman Diabetes Institute, Kuwait with the title of his presentation: “Exercise intensity for health and sports performance: Recent updates”.

Dr. Dagmar PAVLU form Charles University, Czech Republic with the title of her presentation: “Elastic resistance training”

Dr. Jan Heller form Charles University, Czech Republic with the title of his presentation “Physical fitness profile in professional bodyguards”.

Workshop presented during the conference:

Ms. Margaret A Geraci, Eastern Illinois University, USA presented a workshop under the title “Eating disorders in the athletic population”

Following are the session’s speakers with their titles:

Dr. Katsunori Fujii, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan, with the title “Proposal of fujimmon’s growth curve for new standerdyzation as human growth model”

Ms. Margaret A Geraci, Eastern Illinois University, USA with the title “Movement and eating disorders”

Dr. Arshad P, Daisman Sports Medicine Hospital, India with the title “Advanced Ayurvedic integrated innovative treatment approach for various sports injuries compared with modern treatment- special emphasis on groin, meniscal and shoulder injuries”

Mr. Louis Hainsworth, University of Edinburgh, Scotland with his presentation entitled “The management of turf toe – A systematic review”

Dr. Ahmet Gokhan Yazici, Palandoken State Hospıtal, Turkey with his presentation paper entitled “The relationship between anthropometric features and dynamical-statical balance values of competitor sporters”

Dr. Carme Carré-Liopis, Medical Director, Institute of Pilar Dominguez, Spain with her presentation entitled “Homogeneity among centers in the application of the Pilar Domínguez method in children and adolescents assessed by musculoskeletal parameters. A pilot study”

Dr. Mohammad Reza Nourbakhsh, University of North Georgia, USA with his presentation entitled “The effects of dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) training on upper limbs’ strength in children with diplegia cerebral palsy”

Dr. Amira Najah, University of Tunis, Tunisia with her presentation entitled “The psychological profile of youth male soccer players in different playing positions”

Ms. Sara Mirzabeigi Fini, Disabled and Veteran Committee of Equestrian Federation, Iran with her presentation paper entitled “The effect of fourteen weeks of gait cycle in autism spectrum disorder”

Following poster has been presented during the conference:

Dr. Carme Carré-Liopis, Medical Director, Pilar Domínguez, Spain with the poster entitled “The effectiveness of Pilar Dominguez method based on dance exercise and movement to improve posture and musculoskeletal disorders amongst children and teenagers. A pilot study”

Dr. Aki Osawa, Juntendo University Urayasu Hospital, Japan with the poster entitled “Evaluation of female athlete triad in female university athletes”

Dr. Marek Waic, Charles University, Czech Republic with the poster entitled “Beginnings and development of sports sciences in Czechoslovakia 1918 – 1938”

Mr. Marc Potter, Blackpoll and the Fylde College, University Centre, UK with the poster entitled “The effect of road cycling vs. distance running on loaded and non-loaded limb bone density in recreational male athletes”

Dr. Maristela Souza, Methodist University, Brazil with the poster entitled “The regular practice of running remarkably increases plasma BDNF levels in middle-aged and elderly amateur runners”

 Dr. Amira Najah, University of Tunis, Tunisia with the poster entitled “Psychological characteristics of male youth soccer players: Specificity of mental attributes according to age categories”

Mr. Amir Hossein Khalilifar, Ski National Federation, Iran with the poster entitled “Ski injuries of dizin ski slope infirmary patients during skiing season of 2008-2009”

Ms. Yasaman Keivanchehr, University of Medical Science, Iran with the poster entitled “Chronic head trauma in sports as a sause of hypopituitarism: A survey on Iranian National boxers”


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