Sports Medicine in Health

Track 15: Sports Medicine in Health

Sports medicine

Sports medicine is a subspecialty of medicine that addresses physical fitness as well as the diagnosis, mitigation, and prevention of sports- and exercise-related injuries. Although the majority of sports organizations have long had team physicians on staff, sports medicine has only recently become recognized as a separate area of medicine. Sports medicine, often known as sport and exercise medicine, is a recognized medical specialty in several nations (with similar training and standards to other medical specialties). Sports medicine is a physician (non-surgical) specialty in the vast majority of nations where it is recognized and practiced, but in some (like the USA), it can also be a surgical or non-surgical medical specialty and a specialized area within primary care.

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Sports medicine is a term that can refer to a particular medical specialty or subspecialty within a number of medical and scientific fields in sports. Sports medicine is also known as sport and exercise medicine (SEM), which is now well-known in many countries. Doctors, researchers, teachers, and other paramedical professionals who operate in a variety of situations may also find it to be broadly applicable. Specialists in sports medicine come from a variety of fields. The main goals that all sports medicine professionals share are preventing more injuries and restoring function to the affected area to allow return to normal activity. They work with people from many walks of life, not just sports.

To provide the optimum recovery strategy for the person, the various sports medicine specialists frequently collaborate as a team. Orthopedic surgeons, licensed athletic trainers, sports physical therapists, physical medicine and rehabilitation experts, and specialized SEM doctors can all be team members.

When to contact a sports medicine medical professional

It’s probably preferable to go straight to an emergency department for treatment if your child sustains a serious injury while playing sports or working out. Visit a sports medical expert right away. Severe pain, swelling, numbness, and the inability to put any weight on the damaged area are indicators of a serious injury. Have your child relax at home and call your child’s healthcare professional for advice if none of these symptoms are evident. You might want to get a recommendation for a sports medicine expert.

Surgery is not usually necessary for sports injuries. Painkillers, applying ice to the damaged area, and keeping it immobilised with a cast or sling are all possible treatments for sports injuries. Surgery might be required in some circumstances to repair injured tissue or realign bones.

Getting sporting injuries treated 

Major injuries necessitate surgery, but most sports injuries don’t, and different sorts of sports injuries call for different therapies. Medication, such as painkillers or anti-inflammatory drugs, ice, physical therapy, and/or immobilization of the damaged area are common forms of treatment. Physical therapy is used to ease the pain of the affected area and help the injured area return to normal motion. The abbreviation for the typical treatment for these injuries is PRICE. Protection, rest, ice, compression, and elevation are its acronyms.

common injuries that sports medicine treats
Playing sports and staying active are excellent for your physical and mental health. However, there’s always a chance of getting hurt. Some of the typical injuries that sports medicine sees are listed below:

Sprains of the ankles
injuries to the knees and shoulders
Tendon inflammation
asthma brought on by exercise
Heat-related illnesses
Head injuries
eating disorders
injuries to the cartilage

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Sport’s Mental Health Benefits

  • Your mood is lifted by exercise.
  • Your focus will be improved through exercise.
  • Exercise lowers anxiety and depression.
  • Exercise enhances sleep patterns.
  • Exercise enables you to keep a healthy weight.
  • Your confidence is boosted by exercise.
  • Leadership qualities have been connected to sports.
  • Sport has mental health benefits for older persons.

Related medical specialties

  • Exercise medicine
  • Sports cardiology
  • Emergency medicine
  • Lifestyle medicine
  • General practice
  • Adolescent medicine
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Rheumatology
  • Orthopedic sports medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Occupational medicine

Specialist Sports Physicians Association:

  • Austrian Society of Sports Medicine
  • Sri Lanka Sports Medicine Association
  • Swiss Society for Sports Medicine
  • Turkish Sports Medicine Association
  • Sports Medicine Association Bosnia Herzegovina
  • Sport Medicine Association of Serbia
  • Sport and Exercise Medicine French Association (SFMES)
  • Sociedade Portuguesa de Medicina Desportiva
  • SMD (Sociedad Española de Medicina del Deporte)
  • Slovenian Sports Medicine Association

Top Sports Medicine Colleges in India

  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • University of Ports Mouth
  • University of Bath
  • University of Bradford
  • University of Essex
  • University of Chester
  • University of Birmingham
  • University of Glagow
  • Loughborough University

Sports Medicine Association:

  • American Academy of family Physician
  • American Academy of Podiatric Sports medicine
  • Australian Sports Association
  • Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine
  • Diabetes Exercise and Sports Association
  • Family Medicine Digital Resources
  • Female Athlete triad Coalition