Dr James Stoxen DC FSSEMM Hon Team Doctors The World Congress In Sports and Exercise Medicine in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 2014

Dr James Stoxen DC gives the presentation Ways Physicians, Coaches and Athletes can Improve Athletic Performance by the Earliest Detection, Intervention and Prevention of Spring Stiffness Over Modulation at The World Congress In Sports and Exercise Medicine in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2014

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Speakers
The World Congress of Sports and Fitness in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 2014

Dr Paisal Chantarapitak (Thailand)
Chairman, Medical Committee, Football Association of Thailand
Director FIFA Medical Center of Excellence, Bangkok Thailand
Bangkok Hospital Sports and Exercise Medicine Center
Lecture: The 11+ A Complete Warm-up Program to Prevent Injuries in Football

Dr. Ali Alquatahni (Saudi Arabia)
Lecture: Regenerative Sports Medicine – Evidence and Practice

Prof. Dr. Maroe Beppu (Japan)
Lecture: Sports Injury of the Wrist and Elbow for Tennis

Dr. James Bilzon (UK)
Lecture: The Role of Sports and Exercise in the Cause and Prevention of Osteoarthritis

Dr. Carlo Angelo V Borbon (Philippines)
Lecture: Endoscopic Treatment of Non-Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy – A Minimally Invasive Approach

Dr. Rachel Arnold (UK)
Lecture: Measuring and Addressing Organizational Stressors in Sport for Performance and Well-Being Benefits

Dr. Michael Nixon – Livy (Australia)
Lecture: NST Spinal Integration – Performance Enhancement Therapy

Dr. Ayman Nabel Al-Bedri
Executive Secretary 1-MWCSEM2014

Dr Bryan English
Head of Sports Medicine at Middlesbrough Football Club

Dr. Ayman Al-Bedri
Secretary General at Society of Exercise is Medicine

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    27. Dupeyron A1, Hertzog M, Micallef JP, Perrey S. Does an abdominal strengthening program influence leg stiffness during hopping tasks? J Strength Cond Res. 2013 Aug;27(8):2129-33. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e318278f0c7.
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Dr Stoxen is a #1 International Best Selling Author. He is the president of Team Doctors®, Treatment and Training Center Chicago, one of the most recognized treatment centers in the world. He is a much sought-after speaker giving over 1000 live presentations and has lectured at over 70 medical conferences to over 50,000 doctors in more than 20 countries. He’s been asked to be the keynote speaker to specifically lecture on his human spring approach to thoracic outlet syndrome and other medical conditions. After his groundbreaking lecture on the Integrated Spring-Mass Model at the World Congress of Sports and Exercise Medicine he was presented with an Honorary Fellowship Award by a member of the royal family, the Sultan of Pahang, for his distinguished research and contributions to the advancement of Sports and Exercise Medicine on an International level. (Full Bio) Dr Stoxen can be reached directly at teamdoctors@aol.com

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