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Research & Investigations in Sports Medicine

What do Team Doctors Not Learn at Medical School?

  • Open or CloseMourad Ghrairi*

    Chief Medical Officer, FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence Dubai Former Doctor of Football clubs and national teams, France, Tunisia & UAE

    *Corresponding author:Mourad Ghrairi, What do Team Doctors Not Learn at Medical School?

Submission: September 27, 2019;Published: October 11, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/RISM.2019.05.000614

ISSN: 2577-1914
Volume5 Issue3


Elite level sports are evolving ever so rapidly. Performance requirements are more strenuous for professional athletes who must strive to stay fit and healthy and are therefore constantly monitored by teams of doctors. These doctors are responsible for achieving two seemingly paradoxical goals: Allowing athletes to improve their performance as much as possible while maintaining their health and wellbeing. Therefore, athletes under medical supervision will aim to reach their full potential in optimizing their performance level within the constraints created by their physical and mental health. However, some athletes choose to ignore those constraints and might resort to both long- and short-term solution that can significantly impair their health. These include overtraining and/or doping

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