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3rd International Conference on Physical Education, Sports Medicine and Doping Studies, will be organized around the theme “New advances for prevention/treatment in the field of Sports Injury Prevention and Recovery”

Sports Medicine 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Sports Medicine 2020

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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

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 2-1Sports science
  • Track 2-2Sports Management
  • Track 2-3Physical activity

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 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 4-1Achilles Tendinitis
  • Track 4-2Ankle sprain
  • Track 4-3Shoulder Injury
  • Track 4-4Palletofemoral syndrome

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 5-1Insulin
  • Track 5-2Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor
  • Track 5-3Human Growth Hormone
  • Track 5-4Epinephrine and Norepinephrine

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 6-1Amino Acids
  • Track 6-2Diet Support
  • Track 6-3Strength & Recovery

 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 7-1 Sports Medicine and Doping Studies
  • Track 7-2Pain Mechanisms
  • Track 7-3Biomechanics

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

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

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

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 11-1Sports Technologies Assisting Talents and Facilitating Performance
  • Track 11-2Talent Technology
  • Track 11-3New Equipment research

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 12-1Sprained Ankle
  • Track 12-2Injury and Inflammation

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 13-1Improper or faulty equipment
  • Track 13-2Change in exercise surface (different running terrain or exercise floor)
  • Track 13-3Inappropriate activity or intensity (too much, too soon!)

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.

Ladies have special wellbeing related issue. Novel heath issues incorporate pregnancy and states of the female organs. Ladies can have a sound pregnancy by getting appropriate, early and ordinary pre-birth care. They are additionally prescribed a few tests for cervical cancer, breast disease and bone thickness screenings. Complexities of pregnancy incorporate medical issues that happen amid pregnancy. They can include child's wellbeing, mother's wellbeing or both

  • uterine fibroids
  • endometriosis,
  • cervical cancer
  • rett syndrome

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 17-1Sports scientists
  • Track 17-2Exercise physiologists