Bring global sport closer together
FOOTBALL MEDICINE MEETS THE UNIVERSE OF SPORTS
We are proud to announce that the 28th Isokinetic Medical Group Conference will be held in London at Wembley Stadium, 27th - 29th April 2019 and the title will be "Football Medicine meets the universe of sport".
- What are the global benchmarks for effective player care models?
- Which sports have the lowest re-injury rates and why?
- How can Football Medicine and Science learn from others in the training and recovery of players?
- Why do some countries produce more gold medal winners
Sport always seeks a competitive edge. With the global explosion in the interest and investment in Football Medicine and Science over the past decade, many sports have approached Football clubs and organisations, and have started to compare notes on training facilities, implementation of innovation and the recruitment of new medical and performance staff from around the world. This conference seeks to further bring global sport closer together and promote even more transfer of knowledge and best practice in order to improve the health, athletic development and lifetime performance of the world’s athletes.
THE CONFERENCE PARTNERS
ISOKINETIC MEDICAL GROUP
Isokinetic is an international Sports Medicine Group dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, care and rehabilitation of orthopaedic and sport injuries. The Group is composed of 8 centres and culturally co-ordinated by its Education and Research Department. The Conference mission is to inspire the international Sports Medicine community, through Culture, Image, Atmosphere and Organisation, to give their best to improve the health of the world.
FIFA MEDICAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
48 clinics across the world are part of the FIFA Medical Centres of Excellence network. FIFA accredits established centres that have demonstrated their leadership in football medicine. In these Centres you can find a team of renowned specialists from different fields, working together to protect health and wellbeing of players and patients.