Special Issue "Exercise and Sport-Related Injuries: Rehab and Readapt"
A special issue of Trauma Care (ISSN 2673-866X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 4945
2. Centro de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Salud y Deporte (CIDISAD), Escuela de Ciencias del Movimiento Humano y Calidad de Vida, Universidad Nacional, Heredia 86-3000, Costa Rica
Interests: sports injuries; athletic injuries; return to play; trauma; sport medicine; sport rehabilitation; physical therapy; rehabilitation; readaptation; injury prevention; injury epidemiology; disability; recovery
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Sports injuries occur during exercise or while participating in a sport. Exercise represents physical, physiological, and psychological stress that could result in injury. Treating exercise-related injuries is a complex and a multi-layered challenge. Currently, the inter and multidisciplinary medical team faces great challenges in the management, prevention, reduction, rehabilitation, and rehabilitation of exercise-related injuries. This Special Issue aims to serve as a platform for new scientific evidence around the injury process related to exercise that helps to improve the injury management and to delve into the effectiveness and efficiency of injury rehabilitation and readaptation processes. That is why an academic space is proposed to share evidence on: 1) diagnostic methods; 2) evidence-based treatments; 3) techniques and methods of rehabilitation and return to play; 4) strength and conditioning programs for the prevention of injuries; 5) control of loads and recovery; 6) methods of analysis of epidemiological data of injuries; and 7) methods for monitoring improvements related to treatment.
Dr. Daniel Rojas-Valverde
Manuscript Submission Information
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- trauma in sports
- recovery methods
- load monitoring
- return to play
- injury prevention
- injury rehabilitation
- sport readaptation