Sports Medicine

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A player who has sustained a head trauma during training or match play needs to be screened for a concussion.

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It has been shown that physical activity can be an effective treatment for a variety of neurological conditions.

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In international championships, approximately 13% of all injuries were classified as head and neck injuries.

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We all have mental health, like we all have physical health. Both change throughout our lives.

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There are a variety of infectious diseases which commonly occur in a football setting.

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Physical inactivity is a very significant public health problem. We are becoming increasingly sedentary and more obese.

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In this module, we will discuss some of the most common respiratory conditions seen in football players.

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Athletes suffering from diabetes mellitus range from recreational athletes to competitive athletes.

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There are a number of cardiac conditions that can predispose people to SCA and SCD.

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The majority of athletes presenting to a sports medicine clinic have a musculoskeletal condition.

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of sudden death in footballers on the field-of-play (FoP).

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