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Modality: Face-to-face
Duration: 12 months
Time working: 450h
Prerequisite: Graduation in Medicine
Theoretical-Practical Training
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Faculty

Mauro Walter Vaisberg
Coordinator
Ricardo Guilherme Eid
Coordinator
Juliana Batista dos Santos
Teacher
Robério Pereira Pires
Teacher
William Komatsu
Teacher
Silvana Vertematti
Teacher

Curriculum

Exercise Physiology and Metabolism
Upper Limb Injuries
Neurological Injuries
Injuries to Lower Limbs and Spine
Nutrition
Exercise in Lung Disease Treatment
Senior Exercises
● Exercise in Type I and II Diabetes Mellitus
● Obesity
Exercises in Children
Adapted Sport
Exercise and Cancer
● Cardiology and Rheumatology Exercises
Neurodegenerative Diseases

Practices

● Assessment of Ergo spirometry and Spirometric Test
● Cognitive Analysis and Brain Concussion
● Triangular Bandage Practice
● Physical Assessment Practice - Upper Limb Orthopedic Physical Examination
● Lower Limb Orthopedic Physical Examination and Spine

● Automatic External Defibrillator
● Cardiopulmonary arrest
● Discussion of Clinical Cases
● Clinical Practice

Certification

Lato Sensu in in Sports Medicine
Hours: 450 class hours. Click on the image below and access the registration in MEC.

WHAT THEY SPEAK OF THE COURSE

ABOUT THE COURSE

A Postgraduate in Sports Medicine It enables it to act, in a multidisciplinary way, in the evaluation, monitoring and treatment of physical exercise practitioners, whether they are sick or healthy. This helps to improve performance, treat and prevent injuries, recommend habits and assess your patient's risks. The classes will also enable you to promote health, prevent disease, recover and rehabilitate people with chronic diseases.

FAE IBCMED - Flexibility - Autonomy - Excellence.
Active methodologies and unique content, available to students for access at any time and day.

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