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Sport medicine at its peak
Scritto da British Journal of Sports Medicine current issue   
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Welcome to the CASEM issue of BJSM! The Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine is the only organisation in Canada dedicated to sport and exercise medicine physicians. Established almost 50 years ago, CASEM has been the leader in S ... ...

 
Infographic: Tomorrow's doctors want to learn more about physical activity for health
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Tomorrow's doctors want more teaching and training on physical activity for health
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Physical activity (PA) promotes good health, and the challenge of physical inactivity is a major global issue.1 PA levels in the UK remain low, with many not achieving the Chief Medical Officer's ... ...

 
Exercise medicine education should be expanded
Scritto da British Journal of Sports Medicine current issue   
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Second to tobacco control, a case can be made that physical activity and/or structured exercise is the best medicine for many of most prevalent non-communicable diseases in the developed world.1 Th ... ...

 
{beta}-alanine efficacy for sports performance improvement: from science to practice
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β-alanine is a popular supplement among athletes with 61% of competitive team sport players recently surveyed reporting β-alanine use.1 Despite its popularity, there is limited evidence o ... ...

 
Paradoxes and personalised medicine: from preseason to post-diagnosis
Scritto da British Journal of Sports Medicine current issue   
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In this Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM)-led issue, we highlight the myriad benefits of physical activity. Evidence continues to emerge for the role of chronic workload in sport injury prevention, this time in rugby le ... ...

 
A higher sport-related reinjury risk does not mean inadequate rehabilitation: the methodological challenge of choosing the correct comparison group
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Previous injury is a well-established predictor of subsequent injury in sports medicine. Some have interpreted this to mean that either our current methods of rehabilitation are inadequate or there is some permanent damage to the tissue and 100% ... ...

 
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