The first webinar on Sports Injury Prevention was held on December 11 by the Department of Sports Injury Prevention of the NOA Sports Medicine Center.
NOA; Tehran: Dr. Gharakhanloo, Director
of the National Olympic Academy, at the beginning of the webinar, while
welcoming the foreign and domestic participants, said: “The performance of an
athlete is like two sides of the same coin. On the one hand, there are various
factors that play a role in an athlete's performance, such as endurance,
agility and strength, which contribute to the development and progress of the
added that on the other side of the coin is proper recovery, proper
understanding of injury and injury prevention programs, stating: "Sports
injury prevention programs play an important and effective role in the
athlete's future performance, which should be considered by athletes and
coaches and sports team doctors”.
the end, Dr. Gharakhanloo, while expressing his happiness for holding this
international webinar and the presence of prominent scientific speakers in the
world, thanked the members of the Department of Sports Injury Prevention of the
National Olympic Academy and other officials for holding this webinar and held:
“The National Olympic Academy of Iran can meet all the needs and facilities
that athletes and coaches require from a scientific and practical point of view”.
this international webinar, Professor Lars Ingerberson, Lecturer at the
University of Oslo and the Sports Injury Research Center and Head of Scientific
Activities of the International Olympic Committee; Medical Preventive Center at
the University of Saarland, as well as top researcher Katherine Stephen, Ph.D. at
the Oslo Center for Sport Injury Studies at the School of Sport and the
Norwegian Olympic Training Center gave lectures.
is worth mentioning that the webinar was held in English and at the end of each
speech, Dr. Mohammad Hossein Alizadeh, Dr. Elham Shirzad, Dr. Seyed Shamsuddin
Taghavi and Dr. Alireza Shahab, members of the Department of Sports Injury
Prevention, summarized the lectures.