notable speakers

Scientific Sessions

    • Pediatric Oncology
    • Pediatric Psychology
    • Pediatric Obesity & Nutrition
    • Pediatric Vaccines
    • Pediatric Infection & Allergy
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports scientists
    • Exercise physiologists
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports scientists
    • Exercise physiologists
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports scientists
    • Exercise physiologists
    • Sports science
    • Sports Management
    • Physical activity
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Ankle sprain
    • Shoulder Injury
    • Palletofemoral syndrome
    • Insulin
    • Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
    • Human Growth Hormone
    • Epinephrine and Norepinephrine
    • Amino Acids
    • Diet Support
    • Strength & Recovery
    • Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
    • Pain Mechanisms
    • Biomechanics
    • Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
    • Talent Technology
    • New Equipment research
    • Sprained Ankle
    • Injury and Inflammation
    • Improper or faulty equipment
    • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
    • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
    • Sports scientists
    • Exercise physiologists

About / Welcome Message

Welcome Message

Welcome Message

About Conference

Conference Series LLC LTD, Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 3rd International Conference on Physical Education, Sports Medicine and Doping Studies’ to be held during October 05-06, 2020 at Auckland, New Zealand with the theme “New advances for prevention/treatment in the field of Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery” which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Summary: Sports Med 2020 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Sydney, Australia. We are delighted to invite you all to attend for the "Sports Med 2020" which is going to be held during October 05-06, 2020 at Auckland, New Zealand. The organizing committee is gearing up for an informative and exciting conference program including plenary lectures, workshops on a variety of topics, symposia, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join at Sports Med 2020where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world.

Why to attend???

Sports Med 2020 could be an exceptional event that brings along a novel and International mixture of giant and medium Fitness professional, leading universities creating the conference an ideal platform to share expertise, across the trade and world. This is one of the most important topics with members from around the world focused on learning about Sports, physical health and other sports related activities; this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Sports and health community. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential Researchers, Scientists, Business Personals, and Industrialists, make a splash with an invaluable knowledge and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in Sports Medicine and Fitness fields are hallmarks of this conference.

Conference Series LLC LTD, Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend Sports Med 2020’ to be held during October 05-06, 2020  at Auckland, New Zealand with the theme “New advances for prevention/treatment in the field of Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery” which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Who should attend???

Target Audience:

  • Physiotherapy Students, Scientists
  • Physiotherapy Researchers
  • Physiotherapy Faculty
  • Medical Colleges
  • Physiotherapy Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Data Management Companies

For Researchers and Faculty Members:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting (4-5-member team)     
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students and Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award) 
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event 
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Product Manufacturers:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  •  Scientific Partnering

 Target Audience:

  • Physiatrists (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians)
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Rehabilitation & Health
  • Physiotherapy Faculty
  • Medical Colleges
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Pediatricians
  • Neurologists
  • Sports Physicians
  • Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Orthopedic Specialists
  • Psychologists
  • Medical and Allied Healthcare Professionals
  • Researchers
  • Students

Asia:

Singapore Physiotherapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Physiotherapy Association New Zealand | Physiotherapy Conferences |  The Indian Association of Physiotherapist | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Korean Physical Therapist Association | Rehabilitation Conferences | Indonesian Physiotherapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Asia Physical Therapy Student Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Canadian Physiotherapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences |  Emirates Physiotherapy Society | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Malaysian Physiotherapy Association  | Rehabilitation Conferences | Singapore Physiotherapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Korean Physical Therapy Association  | Physiotherapy Conferences

Europe:

World Confederation for Physical Therapy | Sports Medicine Conferences | European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education | Physiotherapy Conferences | Charted Society of Physiotherapy | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Association of Physiotherapists in Parkinson’s disease Europe | Rehabilitation Conferences | European Diploma in Pain Physiotherapy | Sports Medicine Conferences | European Journal of Physiotherapy Pain Association | Physiotherapy Conferences

Great Britain:

The Veterinary European Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) | Physiotherapy Conferences | European Yoga Alliance (EYA) | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | European Yoga Federation | Rehabilitation Conferences | The European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation | Sports Medicine Conferences

USA and Canada

Doctor of Physical Therapy Visionary Foundation | Sports Medicine Conferences | Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy Illinois Physical Therapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences | Missouri Physical Therapy Association | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Nebraska Physical Therapy Association | Rehabilitation Conferences | Physiotherapy Alberta Association | Sports Medicine Conferences |  Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia | Physiotherapy Conferences | Saskatchewan Physiotherapy | Rehabilitation Conferences | Tennessee Physical Therapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Texas Physical Therapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences | American Physical Therapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Arizona Physical Therapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences | Arkansas Physical Therapy Association | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | California Physical Therapy Association | Rehabilitation Conferences | Colorado Physical Therapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Georgia Physical Therapy Association

Related Societies

USA:

EUROPE:

MIDDLE EAST:

ASIA PACIFIC:

List of Rehabilitation Universities around the World:

Conference Series LLC LTD, Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 3rd International Conference on Physical Education, Sports Medicine and Doping Studies’ to be held during October 05-06, 2020 at Auckland, New Zealand with the theme “New advances for prevention/treatment in the field of Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery” which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Summary: Sports Med 2020 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Sydney, Australia. We are delighted to invite you all to attend for the "Sports Med 2020" which is going to be held during October 05-06, 2020 at Auckland, New Zealand. The organizing committee is gearing up for an informative and exciting conference program including plenary lectures, workshops on a variety of topics, symposia, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join at Sports Med 2020where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world.

Why to attend???

Sports Med 2020 could be an exceptional event that brings along a novel and International mixture of giant and medium Fitness professional, leading universities creating the conference an ideal platform to share expertise, across the trade and world. This is one of the most important topics with members from around the world focused on learning about Sports, physical health and other sports related activities; this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Sports and health community. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential Researchers, Scientists, Business Personals, and Industrialists, make a splash with an invaluable knowledge and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in Sports Medicine and Fitness fields are hallmarks of this conference.

Conference Series LLC LTD, Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend Sports Med 2020’ to be held during October 05-06, 2020  at Auckland, New Zealand with the theme “New advances for prevention/treatment in the field of Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery” which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Who should attend???

Target Audience:

  • Physiotherapy Students, Scientists
  • Physiotherapy Researchers
  • Physiotherapy Faculty
  • Medical Colleges
  • Physiotherapy Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Data Management Companies

For Researchers and Faculty Members:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting (4-5-member team)     
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students and Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award) 
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event 
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Product Manufacturers:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  •  Scientific Partnering

 Target Audience:

  • Physiatrists (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians)
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Rehabilitation & Health
  • Physiotherapy Faculty
  • Medical Colleges
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Pediatricians
  • Neurologists
  • Sports Physicians
  • Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Orthopedic Specialists
  • Psychologists
  • Medical and Allied Healthcare Professionals
  • Researchers
  • Students

Asia:

Singapore Physiotherapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Physiotherapy Association New Zealand | Physiotherapy Conferences |  The Indian Association of Physiotherapist | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Korean Physical Therapist Association | Rehabilitation Conferences | Indonesian Physiotherapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Asia Physical Therapy Student Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Canadian Physiotherapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences |  Emirates Physiotherapy Society | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Malaysian Physiotherapy Association  | Rehabilitation Conferences | Singapore Physiotherapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Korean Physical Therapy Association  | Physiotherapy Conferences

Europe:

World Confederation for Physical Therapy | Sports Medicine Conferences | European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education | Physiotherapy Conferences | Charted Society of Physiotherapy | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Association of Physiotherapists in Parkinson’s disease Europe | Rehabilitation Conferences | European Diploma in Pain Physiotherapy | Sports Medicine Conferences | European Journal of Physiotherapy Pain Association | Physiotherapy Conferences

Great Britain:

The Veterinary European Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) | Physiotherapy Conferences | European Yoga Alliance (EYA) | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | European Yoga Federation | Rehabilitation Conferences | The European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation | Sports Medicine Conferences

USA and Canada

Doctor of Physical Therapy Visionary Foundation | Sports Medicine Conferences | Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy Illinois Physical Therapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences | Missouri Physical Therapy Association | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | Nebraska Physical Therapy Association | Rehabilitation Conferences | Physiotherapy Alberta Association | Sports Medicine Conferences |  Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia | Physiotherapy Conferences | Saskatchewan Physiotherapy | Rehabilitation Conferences | Tennessee Physical Therapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Texas Physical Therapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences | American Physical Therapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Arizona Physical Therapy Association | Physiotherapy Conferences | Arkansas Physical Therapy Association | Novel Physiotherapy Conferences | California Physical Therapy Association | Rehabilitation Conferences | Colorado Physical Therapy Association | Sports Medicine Conferences | Georgia Physical Therapy Association

Related Societies

USA:

EUROPE:

MIDDLE EAST:

ASIA PACIFIC:

List of Rehabilitation Universities around the World:

Sessions / Tracks

Track 1: Physical Education and sports for All

Sports Medicine plays an active role in educating professionals and sports-minded community members and in assisting all active people to achieve optimal benefits from their exercise, activity and competition. Sports Medicine draws together all sports science and sports medicine professionals. These groups include: orthopedic surgeons ,physicians  ,doctors ,physiotherapists , optometrists , dentists , podiatrists , dietitians ,sports scientists , nurses , teachers ,exercise physiologists , academics , population health specialists

Track 2: Sports Science: Education and Training

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 3: Science and Medicine in Sport

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 4: Physical Therapy Science

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 5: Advancement in Physiotherapy

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 6: Sports and Physical health A number of factors influence the way in which sport and physical activity impacts on health in different populations. Sport and physical activity in itself may not directly lead to benefits but, in combination with other factors, can promote healthy lifestyles. There is evidence to suggest that changes in the environment can have a significant impact on opportunities for participation and in addition, the conditions under which the activity is taking place can heavily impact on health outcomes. Elements that may be determinants on health include nutrition, intensity and type of physical activity, appropriate footwear and clothing, climate, injury, stress levels and sleep patterns

The positive, direct effects of engaging in regular physical activity are particularly apparent in the prevention of several chronic diseases, including: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, obesity, depression and osteoporosis

Injuries and Orthopedic Treatments in Sports: Sports are a healthy, fun pastime and captivating form of entertainment, helping people aspire to greater fitness and come together in pursuit of a common goal. However, since they often require rigorous training, intense exercise, heightened flexibility, and bodily strain, athletic activities carry the risk of injury

Common Sports Injuries:

Achilles tendinitis: The “Achilles” muscles adjoining your calf with your heel can become swollen and uncomfortable, most often in runners.

Ankle sprain: Stretching or rupturing your ankle ligaments can be uncomfortable and impair your mobility. This injury can occur during any sport that requires repetitive foot movements.

Shoulder injury: Any sport that involves throwing or hitting, such as tennis or baseball, can cause shoulder injuries such as inflamed joints or torn ligaments. The rotator cuff tendons of the shoulder are particularly prone to sports-related damage.

Quadriceps strain: If the quadriceps muscles in the outer thigh become overworked, stretched, or torn, usually due to repeated squatting or lunging motions, they can interfere with your ability to walk and stand properly.

Hip bursitis: The hip’s “bursa” are fluid-filled membranes that pad the joints. Biking, running, or standing for long periods can cause them to swell.

Epicondylitis: Also called “tennis elbow” for the sport that most frequently causes it, this is a swollen outer elbow joint.

Lower back pain: Running, bending over, and twisting can put undue pressure on your lower back vertebrae, muscles, and ligaments, harming them. Many athletes believe aching in the lower back is a normal part of exercise, but it is actually a symptom of what could be a serious injury such as a spinal fracture. If you experience chronic back pain, especially after playing or training for sports, contact your doctor for an assessment. Stretching before you exercise can help strengthen and stretch your lower back muscles to reduce your risk.

Palletofemoral syndrome: Repeated impact or strain can begin to dissolve or fragment the knee cap’s cartilage, making bending down very uncomfortable and causing an unsettling cracking noise when using the knee.

Groin pull: Jumping, sprinting, and sudden movements can injure the muscles that connect your pelvis to your upper thighs, causing a groin pull. You may hear a crackling sound as you strain these muscles and then feel a prolonged aching when you attempt to use your thighs, especially when lifting or closing them.

Track 7 : Exercise Physiology and Role of Hormones in Sport and Fitness  

There are three major classifications of hormones: steroid, peptide and amines (modified amino acid hormones). Listed below are some important hormones involved in exercise along with the physiological functions they control

Track 8: Sports Nutrition and Supplements

From bodybuilding supplements for performance and mass to protein supplements for pre-workout loading and post-workout recovery support

Sports Nutrition By Category

Amino Acids : No matter what sport or fitness regimen you engage in, you’re always going to be a step behind without a steady supply of amino acids to fuel your hard-working muscles

Diet Support : Diet support supplements for a healthy body composition

Energy & Endurance : The dynamic duo of fitness

Protein Powders : Protein is the foundation of sports nutrition

Strength & Recovery : Optimal nutrition supports greater strength gains and faster recovery and promotes better workouts and quicker results

Track 9: Doping and Anti-Doping Studies

 Sports Medicine and Doping Studies considers articles on all areas of the subject including exercise and health, general sports physiology, neuromuscular physiology, biomechanics, joint and muscular injury and their respective therapeutics, related surgical issues, doping substances and their social aspects etc. Sports medicine, clinical sports medicine, sports doping, sports biomechanics, sports physiotherapy, sports orthopedics, sports injury, rehabilitation, pain mechanisms, sports podiatry, physical activity, sports health, sports biomechanics, exercise physiology, sports nutrition

Track 10: Exercise and Physical Therapies for Multiple Diseases

 Physical therapy nearly always involves exercise of some kind that is specifically designed for your injuryillness, condition, or to help prevent future health problems.

Exercise is anything you do in addition to your regular daily activity that will improve your flexibility, strength, coordination, or endurance. It even includes changing how you do your regular activities to give you some health benefits, lifting weights to strengthen muscleswalking, doing water aerobics, and many other forms of activity. Your physical therapist is likely to teach you how to do an exercise program on your own at home so you can continue to work toward your fitness goals and prevent future problems

Track 11:  Motor Skill Acquisition and Sports Psychology

The ability of individuals to experience, learn and refine motor skills greatly affects their ability to perform any physical activity. This explores the processes that individuals undertake when , learning a new skill and how these processes can be adapted to help individuals learn these skills ,more easily and quickly. It also examines the ways in which movement can be assessed

Track 12: Computer Science Involved In Sports Science

Computer science in sport is an interdisciplinary discipline that has its goal in combining the theoretical as well as practical aspects and methods of the areas of informatics and sport science. The main emphasis of the interdisciplinarity is placed on the application and use of computer-based but also mathematical techniques in sport science, aiming in this way at the support and advancement of theory and practice in sports. The reason why computer science has become an important partner for sport science is mainly connected with "the fact that the use of data and media, the design of models, the analysis of systems etc. increasingly requires the support of suitable tools and concepts which are developed and available in computer science

Track 13: Sports Technologies in Talents and Performance :

Multidisciplinary Contributions to Sports Science: There is no doubt that successful sports performance is multi-disciplinary in nature. Athletes and coaches need to be aware of the physiological, biomechanical, psychological, nutritional, medical and immunological and other issues that can impact on their competition performances

Track 14 : Natural or Herbal Medicine for Sports

Track 15: Injury prevention and treatment

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

  • Not enough strength for the activity
  • Not enough flexibility for the activity
  • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
  • Improper or faulty equipment
  • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
  • Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 16:  Fitness & Nutrition and Health

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

  • Not enough strength for the activity
  • Not enough flexibility for the activity
  • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
  • Improper or faulty equipment
  • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
  • Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 17:  Physical Activity

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

  • Not enough strength for the activity
  • Not enough flexibility for the activity
  • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
  • Improper or faulty equipment
  • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)

Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 18:  Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

Not enough strength for the activity

Not enough flexibility for the activity

Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)

Improper or faulty equipment

Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)

Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 1: Physical Education and sports for All

Sports Medicine plays an active role in educating professionals and sports-minded community members and in assisting all active people to achieve optimal benefits from their exercise, activity and competition. Sports Medicine draws together all sports science and sports medicine professionals. These groups include: orthopedic surgeons ,physicians  ,doctors ,physiotherapists , optometrists , dentists , podiatrists , dietitians ,sports scientists , nurses , teachers ,exercise physiologists , academics , population health specialists

Track 2: Sports Science: Education and Training

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 3: Science and Medicine in Sport

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 4: Physical Therapy Science

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 5: Advancement in Physiotherapy

Sports science, is an amalgamation of several different disciplines and focuses primarily on the scientific principles behind exercise performance. It combines branches of science, Sports scientists rely on scientific principles in the areas of biology, chemistry, and physics to advance their understanding of how the body responds to exercise and to advocate physical activity to prevent and treat chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, This is a relatively multidisciplinary subject, drawing on fields such as physiology and biomechanics to measure what is happening in a sportsperson’s body; psychology to analyze the role of the mind in performance; nutrition to help athletes fuel their bodies correctly; and business and sports management to understand the financial and operational sides of the sports industry

Track 6: Sports and Physical health A number of factors influence the way in which sport and physical activity impacts on health in different populations. Sport and physical activity in itself may not directly lead to benefits but, in combination with other factors, can promote healthy lifestyles. There is evidence to suggest that changes in the environment can have a significant impact on opportunities for participation and in addition, the conditions under which the activity is taking place can heavily impact on health outcomes. Elements that may be determinants on health include nutrition, intensity and type of physical activity, appropriate footwear and clothing, climate, injury, stress levels and sleep patterns

The positive, direct effects of engaging in regular physical activity are particularly apparent in the prevention of several chronic diseases, including: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, obesity, depression and osteoporosis

Injuries and Orthopedic Treatments in Sports: Sports are a healthy, fun pastime and captivating form of entertainment, helping people aspire to greater fitness and come together in pursuit of a common goal. However, since they often require rigorous training, intense exercise, heightened flexibility, and bodily strain, athletic activities carry the risk of injury

Common Sports Injuries:

Achilles tendinitis: The “Achilles” muscles adjoining your calf with your heel can become swollen and uncomfortable, most often in runners.

Ankle sprain: Stretching or rupturing your ankle ligaments can be uncomfortable and impair your mobility. This injury can occur during any sport that requires repetitive foot movements.

Shoulder injury: Any sport that involves throwing or hitting, such as tennis or baseball, can cause shoulder injuries such as inflamed joints or torn ligaments. The rotator cuff tendons of the shoulder are particularly prone to sports-related damage.

Quadriceps strain: If the quadriceps muscles in the outer thigh become overworked, stretched, or torn, usually due to repeated squatting or lunging motions, they can interfere with your ability to walk and stand properly.

Hip bursitis: The hip’s “bursa” are fluid-filled membranes that pad the joints. Biking, running, or standing for long periods can cause them to swell.

Epicondylitis: Also called “tennis elbow” for the sport that most frequently causes it, this is a swollen outer elbow joint.

Lower back pain: Running, bending over, and twisting can put undue pressure on your lower back vertebrae, muscles, and ligaments, harming them. Many athletes believe aching in the lower back is a normal part of exercise, but it is actually a symptom of what could be a serious injury such as a spinal fracture. If you experience chronic back pain, especially after playing or training for sports, contact your doctor for an assessment. Stretching before you exercise can help strengthen and stretch your lower back muscles to reduce your risk.

Palletofemoral syndrome: Repeated impact or strain can begin to dissolve or fragment the knee cap’s cartilage, making bending down very uncomfortable and causing an unsettling cracking noise when using the knee.

Groin pull: Jumping, sprinting, and sudden movements can injure the muscles that connect your pelvis to your upper thighs, causing a groin pull. You may hear a crackling sound as you strain these muscles and then feel a prolonged aching when you attempt to use your thighs, especially when lifting or closing them.

Track 7 : Exercise Physiology and Role of Hormones in Sport and Fitness  

There are three major classifications of hormones: steroid, peptide and amines (modified amino acid hormones). Listed below are some important hormones involved in exercise along with the physiological functions they control

Track 8: Sports Nutrition and Supplements

From bodybuilding supplements for performance and mass to protein supplements for pre-workout loading and post-workout recovery support

Sports Nutrition By Category

Amino Acids : No matter what sport or fitness regimen you engage in, you’re always going to be a step behind without a steady supply of amino acids to fuel your hard-working muscles

Diet Support : Diet support supplements for a healthy body composition

Energy & Endurance : The dynamic duo of fitness

Protein Powders : Protein is the foundation of sports nutrition

Strength & Recovery : Optimal nutrition supports greater strength gains and faster recovery and promotes better workouts and quicker results

Track 9: Doping and Anti-Doping Studies

 Sports Medicine and Doping Studies considers articles on all areas of the subject including exercise and health, general sports physiology, neuromuscular physiology, biomechanics, joint and muscular injury and their respective therapeutics, related surgical issues, doping substances and their social aspects etc. Sports medicine, clinical sports medicine, sports doping, sports biomechanics, sports physiotherapy, sports orthopedics, sports injury, rehabilitation, pain mechanisms, sports podiatry, physical activity, sports health, sports biomechanics, exercise physiology, sports nutrition

Track 10: Exercise and Physical Therapies for Multiple Diseases

 Physical therapy nearly always involves exercise of some kind that is specifically designed for your injuryillness, condition, or to help prevent future health problems.

Exercise is anything you do in addition to your regular daily activity that will improve your flexibility, strength, coordination, or endurance. It even includes changing how you do your regular activities to give you some health benefits, lifting weights to strengthen muscleswalking, doing water aerobics, and many other forms of activity. Your physical therapist is likely to teach you how to do an exercise program on your own at home so you can continue to work toward your fitness goals and prevent future problems

Track 11:  Motor Skill Acquisition and Sports Psychology

The ability of individuals to experience, learn and refine motor skills greatly affects their ability to perform any physical activity. This explores the processes that individuals undertake when , learning a new skill and how these processes can be adapted to help individuals learn these skills ,more easily and quickly. It also examines the ways in which movement can be assessed

Track 12: Computer Science Involved In Sports Science

Computer science in sport is an interdisciplinary discipline that has its goal in combining the theoretical as well as practical aspects and methods of the areas of informatics and sport science. The main emphasis of the interdisciplinarity is placed on the application and use of computer-based but also mathematical techniques in sport science, aiming in this way at the support and advancement of theory and practice in sports. The reason why computer science has become an important partner for sport science is mainly connected with "the fact that the use of data and media, the design of models, the analysis of systems etc. increasingly requires the support of suitable tools and concepts which are developed and available in computer science

Track 13: Sports Technologies in Talents and Performance :

Multidisciplinary Contributions to Sports Science: There is no doubt that successful sports performance is multi-disciplinary in nature. Athletes and coaches need to be aware of the physiological, biomechanical, psychological, nutritional, medical and immunological and other issues that can impact on their competition performances

Track 14 : Natural or Herbal Medicine for Sports

Track 15: Injury prevention and treatment

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

  • Not enough strength for the activity
  • Not enough flexibility for the activity
  • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
  • Improper or faulty equipment
  • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
  • Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 16:  Fitness & Nutrition and Health

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

  • Not enough strength for the activity
  • Not enough flexibility for the activity
  • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
  • Improper or faulty equipment
  • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
  • Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 17:  Physical Activity

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

  • Not enough strength for the activity
  • Not enough flexibility for the activity
  • Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)
  • Improper or faulty equipment
  • Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)

Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

Track 18:  Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Injuries occur for a variety of reasons. Traumatic injuries occur when contact or force is too much for your muscles, joints or bones to absorb. A sprained ankle, a twisted knee, a fall off your bicycle or a collision at second base is examples of this type of injury. Overuse injuries are a gradual breakdown of body structures. They can often be prevented and are generally caused by any one or combination of the following:

Not enough strength for the activity

Not enough flexibility for the activity

Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)

Improper or faulty equipment

Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)

Poor biomechanics or technique

Pain is an indication that something is wrong, so listen to your body. As your injury progresses, pain will increase and/or occur earlier during exercise. Swelling, redness or warmth-to-the-touch are also signs of injury and inflammation. Seek medical attention to begin your road to recovery.

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Market Analysis

The global sports medicine market was worth US$ 6.2 Billion in 2018. Sports medicine, also known as sports and exercise medicine (SEM), is an area of medical practice that is concerned with preventing, diagnosing and treating sports or exercise-related injuries. Its primary objective is to help sports enthusiasts engage in exercising safely as well as effectively for achieving their training goals. Generally, sports medicine providers are equipped with specialized training to assist patients in maximizing function and minimizing disability. They treat a wide range of physical conditions like acute traumas including strains, sprains, fractures and dislocations as well as chronic overuse injuries such as tendonitis, degenerative diseases and overtraining syndrome.

Importance & Scope:

Rising numbers of cardiovascular and neurological disorders is booming the physiotherapy equipment market. Hence, the rapid increase in the aging population, growing number of the sports injuries, increasing obesity among people, and growing awareness regarding the therapeutic application of physiotherapy are also adding to the growth of this market significantly.
The demand for sports medicine is raising on account of the altering lifestyles of consumers and the growing incidences of sports injuries across the globe. This can also be attributed to the rising number of individuals who are choosing sports as a career, owing to the presence of numerous opportunities, such as scholarships and corporate funding, and developing sports infrastructure. Apart from this, a rise in the demand for minimally invasive surgeries is also impelling the market growth. Moreover, rising smoking rates, sedentary lifestyles, increasing adoption of the fast food and over-consumption of alcohol, in both the developed and emerging economies, has led to a rise in the prevalence of life-threatening diseases over the years. The rising awareness about these diseases is anticipated to encourage individuals to engage in different sports activities for maintaining their wellbeing and fitness, thereby boosting the sports medicine market. Looking forward, the market is projected to reach a value of US$ 8.8 Billion by 2024, registering a CAGR of 6% during 2019-2024.

Major Sports Medicine Universities, colleges/Institutions around the world

University of Bedfordshire

University of Central Lancashire

The University of Queensland

Murdoch University

University of South Wales

University of Portsmouth

Queen Mary University of London

Ball State University

North Umbria University

Middlesex University

University of Essex

University of Auckland

Market Breakup by Product:

Body Reconstruction

Fracture & Ligament Repair Products

Arthroscopy Devices

Implants

Orthobiologics

Prosthetics

Body Support and Recovery

Braces & Supports

Physiotherapy

Thermal Therapy

Ultrasound Therapy

Laser Therapy

Electro stimulation Therapy

Body Monitoring and Evaluation

Cardiac Monitoring

Respiratory Monitoring

Hemodynamic Monitoring

Musculoskeletal Monitoring

Compression Clothing

Accessories

Bandages

Disinfectants

Tapes

Others

List of Physiotherapy Universities 

Fukuoka University

Aichi Medical University 

Kawasaki Medical School

Fujita Health University

Nihon University

Nippon Medical School

Osaka Medical College

Saitama Medical School

Juntendo University

Dokkyo University School of Medicine

The global sports medicine market was worth US$ 6.2 Billion in 2018. Sports medicine, also known as sports and exercise medicine (SEM), is an area of medical practice that is concerned with preventing, diagnosing and treating sports or exercise-related injuries. Its primary objective is to help sports enthusiasts engage in exercising safely as well as effectively for achieving their training goals. Generally, sports medicine providers are equipped with specialized training to assist patients in maximizing function and minimizing disability. They treat a wide range of physical conditions like acute traumas including strains, sprains, fractures and dislocations as well as chronic overuse injuries such as tendonitis, degenerative diseases and overtraining syndrome.

Importance & Scope:

Rising numbers of cardiovascular and neurological disorders is booming the physiotherapy equipment market. Hence, the rapid increase in the aging population, growing number of the sports injuries, increasing obesity among people, and growing awareness regarding the therapeutic application of physiotherapy are also adding to the growth of this market significantly.
The demand for sports medicine is raising on account of the altering lifestyles of consumers and the growing incidences of sports injuries across the globe. This can also be attributed to the rising number of individuals who are choosing sports as a career, owing to the presence of numerous opportunities, such as scholarships and corporate funding, and developing sports infrastructure. Apart from this, a rise in the demand for minimally invasive surgeries is also impelling the market growth. Moreover, rising smoking rates, sedentary lifestyles, increasing adoption of the fast food and over-consumption of alcohol, in both the developed and emerging economies, has led to a rise in the prevalence of life-threatening diseases over the years. The rising awareness about these diseases is anticipated to encourage individuals to engage in different sports activities for maintaining their wellbeing and fitness, thereby boosting the sports medicine market. Looking forward, the market is projected to reach a value of US$ 8.8 Billion by 2024, registering a CAGR of 6% during 2019-2024.

Major Sports Medicine Universities, colleges/Institutions around the world

University of Bedfordshire

University of Central Lancashire

The University of Queensland

Murdoch University

University of South Wales

University of Portsmouth

Queen Mary University of London

Ball State University

North Umbria University

Middlesex University

University of Essex

University of Auckland

Market Breakup by Product:

Body Reconstruction

Fracture & Ligament Repair Products

Arthroscopy Devices

Implants

Orthobiologics

Prosthetics

Body Support and Recovery

Braces & Supports

Physiotherapy

Thermal Therapy

Ultrasound Therapy

Laser Therapy

Electro stimulation Therapy

Body Monitoring and Evaluation

Cardiac Monitoring

Respiratory Monitoring

Hemodynamic Monitoring

Musculoskeletal Monitoring

Compression Clothing

Accessories

Bandages

Disinfectants

Tapes

Others

List of Physiotherapy Universities 

Fukuoka University

Aichi Medical University 

Kawasaki Medical School

Fujita Health University

Nihon University

Nippon Medical School

Osaka Medical College

Saitama Medical School

Juntendo University

Dokkyo University School of Medicine

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