Session: Exercise and Sports medicine

Exercise and Sports medicine


Exercise is physical activity that is structured, planned and repetitive for the purpose of conditioning any parts of the body. Sports Medicine forms the gap between science and practice in the promoting of exercise, health and the quality of wellbeing, and in the scientific evaluation for the better understanding and studying of sports performance. Exercise significantly improves physical activity for health, provides musculoskeletal expertise, support for team sports. By increasing muscle mass, strength and fostering cardiovascular endurance, exercise improves functional activity status for of daily living and protects against injury. There are preoperative exercise procedures which are prescribed before many selective surgical procedures to increase postoperative recovery.

·         Injuries and Orthopedic Surgeries in Sports and Fitness
·         Sports Nutrition
·         Sports Medicine Research
·         Exercise Physiology