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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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DZSM - Ausgabe 01/2015

Heft 1/2015 | Issue 1/2015

Physical Activity
Körperliche Aktivität

  • Initiative for the Future of Research in Sports Medicine
  • The Influence of Moderate Physical Activity and Age on Strength, Aerobic Power and Balance Ability in Adulthood
  • Sports Motivation: A Critical Moment in Cardiac Long Term Rehabilitation
  • Longitudinal Study on Health Relevant Behavior in Primary School
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DZSM - Ausgabe 02/2015

Heft 2/2015 | Issue 2/2015

Neuroplasticity and Sports
Neuroplastizität und Sport

  • Relaunch of the German Journal of Sports Medicine 2015
  • Universe, Brain and Mind
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases and Cellular Plasticity as Challenge to Sports Medicine
  • Of Running Mice and Exercising Humans - the Quest for Mechanisms and Biomarkers of Exercise Induced Neurogenesis and Plasticity
  • Influence of Exercise on the Central Nervous System – Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms
  • Clinical Examination of the Hip Joint
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Heft 3/2015 | Issue 3/2015


  • Can we Use Standards in the Orthopedic Treatment of Athletes?
  • Radial Shock Wave Therapy for Patients with Apophysitis Calcanei
  • Clinical Investigation of the Knee Joint
  • High Tibial Osteotomy – A Treatment Option in High-Perfomance Athletes?
  • Results and Recommendations of the 7th European Hypoxia Symposium 2014
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Heft 4/2015 | Issue 4/2015

Sports Cardiology

  • Sports Medicine and Cardiology – Common Synergies Are of Importance
  • Physical Activity and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Young Adults
  • Endurance Exercise in Multiple Sclerosis – Exercise Activity in Dependency on the Severity of Fatigue
  • Surgical Treatment of Meniscus Injury
  • Exercise Training as Effective Therapy for a Patient with Left Ventricular Assist Device
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Heft 5/2015 | Issue 5/2015

Clinical Sports Medicine
Klinische Sportmedizin

  • Clinical Sports Medicine
  • Effects of Different Training Loads and Environmental Conditions on EEG Activity
  • Private Regulation and Public Trust: Why increased Transpareny could strengthen the Fight against Doping
  • Interval Training Increases Aerobic Capacity in Primary School Children
  • Chest Pain as Leading Symptom of an Atrial Septal Defect
  • Annual Table of Contents 2014
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Heft 6/2015 | Issue 6/2015

Health & Physical Activity
Gesundheit und Bewegung

  • Health, Exercise and Physical Activity
  • Physical Activity Promotion at Primary Schools - Playgrounds and Physical Activity of Children
  • Accelerometer-Based Activity Assessment in Primary School-Aged Children: How to Increase Compliance?
  • The Pre-Participation Examination in Sports: EFSMA Statement on ECG for Pre-Particpation Examination
  • Statement of the German Association for Sports Medicine and Prevention on the Draft Bill of a Law on the Fight against Doping in Sports
  • Letter to the Editor „Monitoring of Fluid Balance in Sports“
  • Letter to the Editor „Drinking is of Importance“
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Heft 7-8/2015 | Issue 7-8/2015

46th Congress of German Sports Medicine in Frankfurt/Main
46. Deutscher Sportärztekongress in Frankfurt am Main

    Conference President Professor Kai Roecker, MD

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    Heft 9/2015 | Issue 9/2015

    Sports Medicine in Change
    Sportmedizin im Wandel

    • Vigorous Sport and Health in Middle-Aged Adults – Do we Need a Risk-Benefit Discussion?
    • Interventions to Modify Running Economy in Middle and Long Distance Runners
    • Analgetic Effects of Physical Activity on Labour Pain
    • Health in Elite Sports – a “Bio-Psycho-Social” Perspective
    • General Nutrition Knowledge Questionnaire – Modified and Validated for Use in German Adolescent Athletes
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    Heft 10/2015 | Issue 10/2015

    Sports Orthopedics

    • Sports and Arthrosis
    • Low Back Pain–an Umbrella Overview of Exercise Therapy in the General Population and Special Demands in Athletes
    • Methodological Item Analysis of the Functional Movement Screen
    • Clinical Examination of the Spine
    • Osteochondritis dissecans of the Knee
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    Heft 11/2015 | Issue 11/2015

    Persons with Handicap and Sports
    Menschen mit Handicap und Sport

    • Persons with Disabilities and Sports
    • Advantages and Disadvantages of Athletes with Artificial Limbs Compared to Able-Bodied Competitors
    • Epidemiology of Injuries and Illnesses in Handicapped Athletes Competing at the Paralympic Games
    • Sports and Physical Activity in Patients Suffering from Rare Neurodegenerative Diseases: How Much is too Much, how Much is too Little?
    • Sporttherapie bei Multipler Sklerose
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    Heft 12/2015 | Issue 12/2015

    Obesity & Physical Activity
    Adipositas & körperliche Aktivität

    • Prevention and Autonomy – Thoughts about the New Prevention Act
    • Exercise and PGC-1α in Inflammation and Chronic Disease
    • Whole-Body Electromyostimulation Versus High Intensity (Resistance Exercise) Training – Impact on Body Composition and Strength
    • The Overweight Child – Can Ball Sports Compensate for Deficits in Overweight Children?
    • Do Overweight Children Stand on Valgus Knees?
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