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sports medicine

n.
The branch of medicine that deals with injuries or illnesses resulting from participation in sports and athletic activities.

sports medicine

n
(Medicine) the branch of medicine concerned with injuries sustained through sport

sports′ med`icine


n.
a field of medicine concerned with the functioning of the human body during physical activity and with the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries.
[1960–65]
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Noun1.sports medicine - the branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of injuries or illness resulting from athletic activitiessports medicine - the branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of injuries or illness resulting from athletic activities
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
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At a meeting held in the Capital, KP Singh Deo, chairman, Games Technical Conduct Committee, CWG, managed to convince doubters that getting doctors from the Army and the Sports Authority of India with a sports medicine background was important.
The site also includes articles on the AMAA sports medicine symposiums and links related to AMAA's events, as well as ARA photo galleries, videos, and stories on running events, sports medicine, and youth cross country races.
This is an important document and therefore we have taken the unusual step of publishing it in SAJSM, free of copyright restriction, even though it will also be published in 10 other journals around the world (American Journal of Sports Medicine, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, Journal of Athletic Training, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, Scandinavian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, Physician and Sports Medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, Journal of Clinical Sports Medicine (Japanese journal) and Neurosurgery.
(NISMAT Physical Therapy Corner: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, 2005, The Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma at Lenox Hill Hospital, www.nismat.org)
That said, companies such as McDavid, Mueller Sports Medicine, and Cramer Sports Medicine have introduced a plethora of new sports medicine items that fit the bill.
Assuming a change greater than 0.3 is therefore atypical or noteworthy, the following core journals showed noteworthy increases since last year: Acta Physiologica Scandinavica (1.7 [right arrow] 2.1), Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine (1.1 [right arrow] 1.6), Leisure Sciences (0.7 [right arrow] 1.3), Pediatric Exercise Science (0.8 [right arrow] 1.4), Physical Therapy (1.6.2.0), and Sports Medicine (2.4 [right arrow] 2.8).
Almost half of the respondents (49%) reported having no sports medicine faculty in their program, said Dr.
Putukian, director of primary care sports medicine at Penn State Orthopaedics & Center for Sports Medicine, State College.
Gerbino II, M.D., a member of the sports medicine team at Children's Hospital.
Designed as a comprehensive, symptom-oriented approach to sports-related injuries, The Handbook of Sports Medicine admirably achieves its goal of providing a reference that addresses medical problems and injuries in a systematic manner, including initial assessment, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation.
K&B doesn't have separate sections for sports medicine products; instead, it displays most of these items with analgesics.
The Worldwide Sports Medicine Market Report Summarizes the Value and Volume, Technological Advancement, Macro Economical and Governing Factors in the Market.

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