|I undertook the 2012 ECOSEP travelling fellowship, sponsored by Bauerfeind, between May and August 2012, which involved visiting 5 European sport medicine centres and spending approximately one week in each centre. The 5 centres included: National Track and Field Centre, SEGAS, Thessaloniki, Greece; Professional School in Sport & Exercise Medicine, University of Barcelona, Spain; Sport Medicine Frankfurt Institute, Germany; Isokinetic Medical Group, FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence, Bologna, Italy, and Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Mile End Hospital, England.
Throughout the fellowship, the clinical cases which were routinely encountered were documented. The following sections detail my experiences throughout the fellowship, the sports of the athletes and the injuries which were treated at each of the sport medicine centres during the fellowship visit and the different forms of management employed.
International differences in sport medicine access and clinical management
Heron N., Malliaropoulos N.G.
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Keywords: sport exercises., sport medicine, travelling fellowship,
Table of Content: Vol. 2 (No. 4) 2012 October /December
Heron N., Malliaropoulos N.G.Editorial, 248 - 252
Biz C., Favero L., Stecco C., Aldegheri R.Original Article, 282 - 288
In vitro release and expansion of mesenchymal stem cells by a hyaluronic acid scaffold used in combination with bone marrowSpoliti M., Iudicone P., Leone R., De Rosa A., Rossetti F.R., Pierelli L.Original Article, 289 - 294
Frizziero A., Ferrari R., Giannotti E., Ferroni C., Poli P., Masiero S.Review Article, 295 - 301
Rehabilitation after endoscopically percutaneous intramuscular splintage for vastus medialis partial rupture – A case report and review of the literatureKaya D., Doral M.N., Güney H., Karanfil Y., Yildirim M., Utku B., Alkan E., Akin U.Original Article, 302 - 304
Malliaropoulos N.G.Original Article, 309 - 311