PriMera Scientific Medicine and Public Health (ISSN: 2833-5627)

Case Study

Volume 4 Issue 4

Planning and Designing of Sports Med Lab

Tarapranav Bhattacharya*, R Bharatkumar and Prerak Mittal

March 28, 2024

DOI : 10.56831/PSMPH-04-135


Health as we define is the cumulative result of mental, physical, social, economic and spiritual well being: not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. But as we move ahead in the chronology of diseases, the infections fade off, the spate of non-communicable diseases is on rise. Similar change is seen in the fabric of management of the ailments- shift from biomedical approach to biopsychosocial approach.

This piece of research searches for ways to redefine the way we aim to solve the pain management jigsaw.  Sports medicine lab will be a revolutionary step in management of injuries. From traditional method of immobilization of the injured part to selective mobilization of group of muscles, the specialist technicians now aim to improve the status of the patient before time. This intervention not only helps the patient and relatives see a healthier and better transformation but also improved stress levels and better cognitive functions. The planning and designing of Sports medicine Lab will prove to be a guiding path to many in the fraternity.


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