Sports medicine is a branch of medicine that evaluates physical performance related to sports, giving indications for sport injuries and musculoskeletal disorders prevention (obesity, scoliosis, flat feet etc..).
SEM specialists treat and prevent most common sport injuries: knee and ankle distorsion; muscle, ligament, tendon and bone problems, hematomas, pubalgia.
Specialist in SEM acts in:Specialist in SEM acts in:
- medical certification of suitability to take part in competitive and noncompetitive athletics
- athlete medical monitoring, for sport injuries prevention and physical performance improving
- first aid for sports musculoskeletal injuries; sport injuries rehabilitation
- exercise prescription for medical condition and prevention
Medical specialist examination
|Medical certification of suitability to take part in competitiveand noncompetitive athletics|
|ECG and spirometry|
|Sports injury prevention|
|Sport performance improvement|
|Sprain of knee and ankle|
|Medical certification of suitability to take part in competitive noncompetitive athletics|
|ECG and spirometry for sports|
|Improvement of sports performance|
IThe improvement of sports performance is the priority objective of professional and amateur athletes.
The robotic physiotherapy, taking advantage of the personalized training protocols and the skills of the sports doctor, allows the athlete to increase physical, mental, technical and tactical skills, in order to consolidate and enhance his performance in competition.
In particular, through protocols of joint proprioceptive training, muscle rebalancing and targeted muscle strengthening (scapular and pelvic girdle), we obtain a significant increase in muscle tone and joint skills in our athletes. This results in physical results of great technical impact in sports practice:
|Increased speed in travel and shots|
|Increase of agility and elasticity in jumping and in other complex athletic gestures, such as rapid changes of direction|
|Joint stability in contacts with the opponent and in the impact on the pitch|
|Reduction of the frequency of injurues|
|Increased speed of reaction to stimuli|