The culmination all therapies – whether alternative or medical in nature – to treat injuries resulting from athletic activities.
Professional, amateur, and weekend athletes can all benefit from strides made in the field of sports medicine.
Techniques and methods used in sports medicine include:
Myofascial Release – A type of therapy designed to strip the fascial tissue from the adhesion’s in which do not allow the muscles to operate properly.
Certified Athletic Training – A certified athletic trainer holds a 4 year undergraduate degree that entails study in the following areas: rehabilitation, pathophysiology, anatomy, taping and bracing, pharmacology, kinesio taping, corrective exercise programs, emergency injury care, sports nutrition, therapeutic modalities, and evaluation of injury. In addition to a 180 credit hour degree program, a practical time frame of over 4,000 hours with a sports team is also required.
The certified athletic trainer is the gatekeeper of the sports medicine team and normally heads up all sports medicine programs in every sport across the country. This person is qualified to provide a multitude of services but the finest service they provide is protecting and helping any injured athletes return to their field of play faster.
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