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Sports medicine society updates concussion guidelines

(HealthDay)—The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM ... are many beneficial aspects to participation in sport and exercise that should be balanced against the concern for ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 15 Feb 2019

SPORTS MEDICINE: Best heart medicine not always found in a pill

The longtime motto of the medical journal, The Physician and Sportsmedicine, is “Exercise is medicine ... A study published last month in the American College of Sports Medicine’s journal answers the questions — again — regarding the benefits ...

Source: The Times of Northwest Indiana
Published: 15 Feb 2019

Aerobic Exercise May Speed Concussion Recovery in Teens

We had athletes who were not recovering in a typical timeframe, so we came up with this idea of using subthreshold exercise to help them recover," principal investigator John J. Leddy, MD, of UBMD Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Jacobs School of Medicine ...

Source: Medscape
Published: 14 Feb 2019

Concussed adolescent athletes ‘prescribed’ aerobic exercise recovered faster

... of the UBMD Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine clinics in Western New York or at the Pan Am Clinic in Winnipeg within 10 days after sustaining a sport-related concussion. Patients who followed the aerobic exercise program took on average 13 days to ...

Source: ScienceBlog
Published: 05 Feb 2019

RSO to know: Exercise is Medicine

... of all abilities and backgrounds is a key part of the philosophy of Exercise is Medicine (EIM). EIM is a global health initiative launched in 2007 by the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical Association. According to their ...

Source: The Vidette
Published: 18 Feb 2019

'Extreme' exercise no danger to middle-aged hearts, study finds

Extreme exercise included activities such as fast running or biking, as well as competitive sports such as basketball or tennis ... He’s director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, a collaboration of University of Texas ...

Source: Chicago Tribune
Published: 13 Feb 2019

Exercise efficiency decreases in recreational cyclists when they pedal very hard

A new study published today in the International Journal of Sports Medicine has found that exercise efficiency decreases in recreational cyclists when they pedal very hard, incorporating more revolutions per minute. Elite professional cyclists pedal at a ...

Source: News Medical
Published: 13 Feb 2019

Sports Medicine Market is Determined to Grow US$ 12.5 Billion By 2025

The expression sports medicine is not particular to one profession or career. Rather, it includes a gathering of medicinal experts with a difference of specialization in Exercise and Sports Science. Involved Medical Doctors, Physical Therapists ...

Source: MarketWatch
Published: 11 Feb 2019

Can exercise improve brain performance in kids?

MYM: How much exercise do you recommend for your patients ... and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist at Northern Michigan Sports Medicine Center in Petoskey. He can be reached via e-mail at jsamyn@nmsportsmed.com. This information is not ...

Source: Petoskey News-Review
Published: 18 Feb 2019

Moderate exercise increases metabolic rate for 24 hours

Research — Potential Causes of Elevated REE After High-Intensity Exercise, which appears in the November 2018 issue of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, commented that “fat-free mass (FFM) has a large influence on REE, explaining 25 percent to ...

Source: NOLA.com
Published: 06 Feb 2019

Exercise may help treat sport-related concussions better than rest, study shows

Researchers concluded that exercise is an effective way to treat concussions in adolescent athletes, said study author John J. Leddy, MD, orthopedic surgeon and director of the UB Concussion Management Clinic at UBMD Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine ...

Source: Becker's Spine Review
Published: 08 Feb 2019

Short bursts of high-intensity exercise are BETTER for weight loss than longer sessions in the gym

Short bursts of high intensity exercise are better for weight loss than longer sessions ... according to the study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. People wanting to lose weight are often advised to spend an hour or more exercising ...

Source: Daily Mail on MSN.com
Published: 17 Feb 2019

Sports Drinks Are Overhyped. But They Work.

The question the study set out to investigate was whether your pre-exercise meal determines sports drink ... (Courtesy Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports) The average power with the sports drink was 198 watts with breakfast, 197 watts ...

Source: Outside
Published: 13 Feb 2019

Exercise is better than rest: UB publishes landmark study on concussions

“This research provides the strongest evidence yet that a prescribed, individualized aerobic exercise program that keeps the heart ... Concussion Management Clinic at UBMD Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine.

Source: WIVB-TV
Published: 06 Feb 2019

What The Heck Is An Exercise Headache, And How Do I Stop It?

Exercise headaches are more common than you might think. And, according to Ilan Danan, MD, MSc, a sports neurologist at the Center for Sports Neurology and Pain Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute, you can do something about them. “It’s ...

Source: Women's Health
Published: 07 Feb 2019

Individualized exercise program linked to faster recovery following pediatric sport-related concussion

As exercise typically worsens symptoms following SRC ... of adolescents aged 13 to 18 years who presented within 10 days of SRC and diagnosed by a sports-medicine physician with concussion. Participants were excluded if they had focal neurologic deficit ...

Source: 2minutemedicine.com
Published: 06 Feb 2019

The surprising way to get more from your exercise

In a meta-analysis published in Sport & Exercise Psychology Review ... His research has been published in Annals of Behavioral Medicine, American Journal of Preventive Medicine and other professional journals.

Source: The Louisiana Weekly
Published: 18 Feb 2019

Exercise and diet can boost brain health

The people were divided into four groups: Group 1 participated in aerobic exercise ... specializing in orthopedic and sports physical therapy. He is in private practice and an associate professor of clinical medicine at Geisinger Commonwealth School ...

Source: The Scranton Times-Tribune
Published: 11 Feb 2019

Working Up Poor Performance in English Sport Horses

“The ability to determine the cause of poor performance in the three-day eventing or English sport horse is greatly ... new undesirable behaviors, exercise intolerance, and/or injuries or ...

Source: TheHorse
Published: 14 Feb 2019

Sports Drink Market Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trend, Demand, Industry Penetration, Leading Players and Forecast to 2027

Also, skepticism of consumers towards the benefits of Sports Medicine due to the ongoing debates about its benefits & side effects impact the market growth negatively. The distribution channels are helping a great deal to the development of sports drinks ...

Source: MarketWatch
Published: 15 Feb 2019

Luther College redesigns and renames Health Promotion and Exercise Science program

Luther's HPES faculty proposed the new exercise science major and minor in response to ... major will prepare students to satisfy requirements for American College of Sport Medicine certification and National Strength and Conditioning Association ...

Source: Luther College
Published: 13 Feb 2019

High-protein diet could give endurance exercise a boost

The results are published in the Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise journal.

Source: Knowridge
Published: 16 Feb 2019

United States Sports Academy award Dr. Bill Holcomb the 2018 Dr. Ernst Jokl Sports Medicine Award — 5 insights

He also holds a PhD in exercise physiology from Auburn (Ala.) University. 3. Dr. Holcomb is a National Athletic Trainers' Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association fellow. 4. NSCA named him its 2017 Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation ...

Source: Becker's Spine Review
Published: 06 Feb 2019

1 in 20 teens gets enough sleep, exercise and breaks from digital screens; here's how to help change that

In addition to good sleep, exercise can be a family priority. With increasing focus on elite athletic teams, teens who are good at sports but are not elite athletes often find themselves unable to ...

Source: m.sfgate.com
Published: 05 Feb 2019

The exercise “recovery” industry is largely bogus

Photo by Elsa/Getty Images There’s a lot of fear about dehydration during exercise, and the need to replenish fluids with electrolyte-rich beverages. Big beverage companies (like Pepsi) peddle sports drinks ... Eastern medicine practice that some ...

Source: Vox
Published: 09 Feb 2019

Exercise-related foot pain can be fixed or prevented

an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in foot and ankle surgery as well as orthopedic sports medicine. Latt is affiliated with Banner – University Medical Center Tucson, where he serves as an ...

Source: AZ Big Media
Published: 10 Feb 2019

Tom Brady uses this brain exercise to excel on the field. It can also be a secret weapon to fight Alzheimer’s.

Engineering and Medicine issued a white paper on the prevention of cognitive decline and dementia and concluded that based on what we know right now, the three best things you do to protect your mind are: Get some exercise Manage your blood pressure Engage ...

Source: NJ.com
Published: 12 Feb 2019

This Breathing Exercise Can Calm You Down in a Few Minutes

To calm himself but also keep his mind clear, he regularly turns to a breathing practice he learned several years ago from a sports psychologist ... in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2017, led by researchers at Boston University ...

Source: VICE
Published: 07 Feb 2019

Take Back Your Health: Food, Not Exercise, Is The Key To Weight Loss

The STRIDDE study, done in 2004, was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine ... in organized sports, but can also be non-structured play, such as riding bikes, swimming, and games such as kickball. The benefits of exercise are many and include ...

Source: The Greeneville Sun
Published: 13 Feb 2019

Atherosclerosis Features Differ Among Male Athletes From Different Sports

The men were divided by type of activity: 25% were runners, 29% were cyclists, and the rest participated in other sports, most commonly soccer, hockey, water polo, and tennis. Compared with runners, cyclists had a higher lifelong exercise volume ...

Source: TCTMD
Published: 18 Feb 2019