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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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Wildor Hollmann feiert seinen 92. Geburtstag!

Am 30. Januar 2017 feierte Prof. Wildor Hollmann seinen 92. Geburtstag.

Prof. Hollmann hat maßgeblich zum heutigen Erfolg der Deutschen Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin beigetragen! Er war von 1960–1998 Chefredakteur der DZSM - also fast 40 Jahre lang!

Zu seinen Ehren hat die Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin (DZSM) die Ausgabe 2/2015 "Neuroplastizität & Sport" gewidmet.

Die gesamte Deutsche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin sowie der Verein zur Förderung der Sportmedizin e.V. und die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sportmedizin und Prävention e.V. gratulieren dem Jubilaren herzlich!

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Current Article

Issue 2/2017

Sportwissenschaft - Sports Sciences

Overuse Syndromes in Sports and Occupational Medicine. A Comparative Study

Background: Overuse syndromes and overuse injuries are a rather frequent pathological phenomenon in sports and occupational domains. Despite the evident differences between sports techniques and occupational skills, similar motor patterns might cause comparable pathological risks, hence the reason for interdisciplinary approaches that link sports-medical and occupational-medical perspectives. The core intention of this paper aims at the adaptation and implementation of sports-based models for preventive purposes in occupational public health.
Method: Comparative review using PubMed and Google Scholar search. Inductive reasoning.
Results: Similar strain patterns in various sports and occupations entail comparable risks of overuse syndromes. Although sports involve higher musculoskeletal intensities, pathological states in athletes are quantitatively relatively moderate. Sports-medical principles such as physiologically balanced strength training, avoidance of overload, biomechanically and anatomically optimised motor-patterns, adequate warm up and cool down, and advanced body-awareness seem to be efficient preventive means. Comparative research allows us to distinguish four core issues and to construct a theoretical framework comprising complex motor demands, endurance strain, maximal muscular exertion, and psycho-motor reactivity.
Discussion: Sports-based preventive measures are far from being a standard in occupational public health domains. Providing appropriate tools still needs medical and feasibility studies. Although still based on translational reasoning, the currentstudy explores possibilities of how to prevent work-related overuse syndromes. Successful implementation, however, also requires the public awareness of a systematic and balanced control of external and internal risk factors.

>Read whole article in German language

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Zertifizierte Fortbildungen - CME

 

Im aktuellen Heft können Sie für folgenden Artikel CME-Punkte erwerben:

 

Heft 2/2017

Endoprothesen und Sport

Cassel M, Brecht P, Günther K-P, Mayer F. Endoprothesen und Sport. Dtsch Z Sportmed. 2017; 68: 38-42. doi:10.5960/dzsm.2016.267

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10. Kongress der EFSMA in Portugal

Die EFSMA (European Federation of Sports Medicine Associations) veranstaltet ihren europäischen Kongress in diesem Jahr zum 10. Mal, ebenso wird das 20-jährige Bestehen der EFSMA gefeiert.

Der Kongress findet von 16.-18. November 2017 in Cascais, Portugal im Estoril Congress Center unter dem Motto „Feel our energy“ statt.

Bis zum 7. April können noch Abstracts eingereicht werden. Weitere Informationen sowie das Preliminary Programme findet ihr unter

www.efsma2017.org

 

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Obituary

 

Prof. Dr. med. habil. Dr. h. c. Kurt Tittel *19.07.1920 †20.08.2016

Professor Kurt Tittel was one of the most famous Sports Physicians in East Germany. He died at the age of 96 on August 20.

 

> Full Obituary in German Language by Professor Wildor Hollmann

> Full Obituary in German Language by Professor Georg Neumann

 

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Sportweltspiele der Medizin und Gesundheit

Die 38. Sportweltspiele der Medizin und Gesundheit finden vom 1. bis 8. Juli 2017 in Marseille, Frankreich statt. Es ist das

größte Sportereignis für Mediziner und Kollegen aus den gesundheitlichen Berufen. Die Sportstadt Marseille ist Austragungsort des jährlichen Events aus Sport, Unterhaltung und Fachkongress.


Weitere Infos unter: http://www.sportweltspiele.de/presse.html
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