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A PIONEERING STUDY IN PATELLAR TENDINOPATHY: TREATMENT WITH BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS

Patellar tendinopathy – pain and degeneration in the patellar tendon – is a frequent injury among athletes.

THE ROLE OF THE SPORTS DOCTOR AFTER THE RETURN TO COMPETITION IN FOOTBALL

The SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) health crisis has made our society take extraordinary measures affecting all aspects of our lives, and sport could not be less.

THE MEAL BEFORE A GAME

Food plays a fundamental role in all aspects of our life and it is especially important before a game.

MATT TABERNER’S “CONTROL-CHAOS CONTINUUM” REHABILITATION AFTER INJURY MODEL

As a team’s success is greatly determined by player availability, injuries may exert a great influence upon the team’s results throughout a season, subsequently affecting the team’s final league position and the club’s financial income.

COOPERATION BETWEEN DOCTORS AND COACHES, IS KEY TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF RELAPSE

Lack of coordination between coaches and medical teams implies a higher risk of relapse in professional football teams.

CONSEQUENCES OF THE LOCKDOWN FOR PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES

There is no precedent whatsoever for the situation lived in professional sports all over the world as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic. The majority of athletes have had to face uncertainty.

RETURN TO TRAINING AND COMPETITION IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL AFTER COVID-19. WHAT DO THE EXPERTS THINK?

The pandemic curve seems to have flattened, and now the health authorities have already started to design a de-escalation plan.

SHOULD THE COMPETITION BE RESUMED DURING THE HEALTH EMERGENCY?

In 2007, a review on the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV) was published in the Clinical Microbiology Reviews magazine.

COVID-19: WHAT CLUBS AND ATHLETES SHOULD KNOW

The outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus at the end of 2019 has triggered a series of events that will presumably change many of the things we consider as normal in our everyday life.

ANDREAS IVARSSON: “INCLUDING PSYCHOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES IN THE PREVENTION PROGRAMS WOULD REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURIES”

One of the great dangers an athlete can face, if not the greatest, is the risk of getting injured. That’s why its prevention and treatment constitute an essential part of the medical and performance department of the clubs.