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The German Journal of Sports Medicine is directed to translational science and clinical practice of Sports Medicine and its adjacent fields, which investigate the influence of physical activity, exercise, training and sports, as well as a lack of exercise affecting healthy people and patients of all age-groups. It addresses implications for prevention, diagnosis, therapy, rehabilitation and physical training as well as the entire Sports Medicine and research in sports science, physiology and biomechanics.

The Journal is the leading and most widely read German journal in the field of Sports Medicine. Readers are physicians, physiologists and sports scientists as well as physiotherapists, coaches, sport managers, and athletes. The journal offers to the scientific community online open access to its scientific content and online communication platform.

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Dossier der Sportmedizin 2015

Dossier 1/2015

Körperliche Aktivität

Dossier 2/2015

Vegan zu Gold? Vegetarische und vegane Ernährung im Leistungssport

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 3/2015

Spielerei oder Chance für die Sportmedizin? Wearables und Mobile Health

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 4/2015

FASZIENierend. Das neue Organ und Multitalent

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 5/2015

Den Kopf und mit Köpfchen trainieren. Mentale Stärke im Leistungssport?

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 6/2015

Verhaltenes Bewegungsverhalten. Chancen, Risiken und Nebenwirkungen

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 7-8/2015

Patienten in der Eigenverantwortung. Utopie oder sinnvolle Option für die Zukunft?

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 9/2015

Männlich, weiblich, neutrum? Intersexualität im Sport

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 10/2015

Was hilft bei "Rücken"? Therapieoptionen bei Rückenschmerzen

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 11/2015

Sportlich unterwegs - mit Prothesen

Dr. Christine Hutterer

Dossier 12/2015

Das Auge im Blick

Dr. Dieter Schnell

 
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