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Etiology & Epidemiology of Football Injury 완결 

강사님 James JS Kim
클래스 구성 Lesson 5
총 시간 약 분
12개월 할부시 월 원
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Class Introduction


Who is this class for?


Soccer is a team sport that involves outplaying an opponent within a defined area, and soccer injuries are most often caused by physical contact, rapid acceleration and deceleration, and momentary changes in direction in order to gain possession of the soccer ball. In addition, because soccer is a sport in which players use their feet to control a round ball and score goals in the opposing team's goal to decide the game, there is a lot of contact between players in the lower extremities, and by understanding the areas of damage by body region due to these factors, this book provides a specific and easy-to-understand explanation of the areas and contents that should be focused on in the treatment and rehabilitation of soccer injuries.


✅ I recommend it to these people

1. health/medical professionals working in sports, including coaching staff, athletic trainers, and physiotherapists
2. clinicians or graduates who want to work as a team physiotherapist
3. clinicians or graduates who want to work in sports settings


✅ After you take a lecture, you will learn by:

1. learn an overview of the forms of soccer played.
2. learn the common causes and risks of soccer injuries.
3. learn the prevalence of soccer injuries by body region.
4. understand and apply the key points of treatment and rehabilitation based on an understanding of soccer injuries, both clinically and in the field.


✅ What you'll need

1. have a basic knowledge and understanding of the environment and equipment for playing soccer.
2. prior knowledge of sports anatomy and physiology is recommended.


lecture composition 📚


Lecture 01 - Introduction of Football Injury

Lecture 02 - Risk of Football Injury

Lecture 03 - Location of Football Injury

Lecture 04 - Football Injury According to Game Level

Lecture 05 - Summary



James JS Kim

  • Doctor of Science, University of Natural Medicine, USA
  • Graduated with Diploma of Osteopathy (DO) from the Korean Society of Osteopathy
  • Graduated from Master's Certification in Osteopathy (C.ost), Korean Society of Osteopathy
  • Chairman of the Korean Osteopathic Manual Therapy Research Association (affiliated with the Korean Physical Therapists Association)
  • Current member of Osteopathic International Alliance
  • Current member of the Korean Osteopathy Association
  • Former full-time professor at the Korean Society of Osteopathy
  • Current member of the Korean Physical Therapist Association
  • Current adjunct professor of Osteopathy at Woosong University Graduate School of Health and Welfare
  • Former Director of Tuntun Orthopedic Manual Therapy Center
  • Former Director of Osteopathy Center at The Wells Nerve Pain Clinic
  • Former director of Top Orthopedic Osteopathy Clinic


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