Exercise physiology implications for return to sport/exercise following COVID-19 infection
The focus of this webinar is an educational Q&A session on the safe return to activity and exercise with Clinical Exercise Physiologist Matt Wood.
SMNZ WELLINGTON, WEDNESDAY 1 JULY
“Concussion” with Dr Stephen Kara
SMNZ WELLINGTON, WEDNESDAY 27 MAY
“Predicting Recurrent Shoulder Instability” with Dr Margie Olds
SMNZ AUCKLAND, SATURDAY 9 MAY
“Can Telerehabilitation Replace Traditional Care?” with Professor Chad Cook from Duke University.
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2020 SMNZ CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS – https://video.sportsmedicine.co.nz/
Read the full article here: Scoping Review NZJSM Vol 47-2;67-75
From NZJSM 2019 Vol 46-2 Guest Editorial; Sports medicine in a time of crisis by Mark Fulcher. Read the full article here: NZJSM Vol 46-2 2019; p48-49
From NZJSM 2019 Vol 46-1 Guest Editorial; “Too serious, too soon? A complex issue but there are some easy-to-remember messages we can give parents” S Walters Read the full article here: NZ Journal of Sports Medicine 2019; Vol 46-1, 3-5
From NZJSM 2018, Vol 45-2 Editorial; The movement story of many Kiwi kids – not so happy ever after? C Whatman NZ Journal of Sports Medicine 2018; Vol 45-2, 43-44 Commentary; Sports-related concussion, mild traumatic brain injury or sport-originated brain injury (SOBI): A more useful term – P A Hume, D King, J McGeown, A Theadom NZ Journal of Sports Medicine 2018; Vol 45-2, 64-67