Time: 15:00, Jan. 5th (Friday), 2018
Venue: 109, Stadium, East Campus
Topic: The Function and Application of Non-medical Treatment in Prevention of Sport Injury
Lecturer: Weiping Song
About the Lecturer: Weiping Song is now Associate Chief Physician at Institute of Sports Medicine under General Administration of Sport and one of the standing members of Sports Injury Prevention Committee at Chinese Society of Sports Medicine under Chinese Medical Association. Song is a senior physician for professional sports team and a registered doctor in Fédération Internationale de Volleyball. Song has won National May 1st Labor Medal and the First Prize at National Sports Injury Protection Skills Competition. Song served as the team doctor for Chinese Women National Volleyball Team, Chinese Men National Volleyball Team, Chinese Diving Team, Chinese Swimming Team and Chinses Synchronised Swimming Team for 27 years. Song has participated in Olympic Games, Asian Games, Volleyball World Championship, FIVB World Cup and other international sporting events for many times on behalf of Chinese sports delegation. Song has been engaged in the prevention of sports injury and the training of injured athletes. Besides, Song has published “Practical Application of Muscle Paste Technology” in the People’s Medical Publishing House and many professional papers on the Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine.
About the Lecture: Sport injury in professional sports teams has been the bottleneck that restricts the arrangement of training and the performance of athletes, and is a main problem in mass sports development, and physical education courses in universities, primary schools and high school, which results in an embarrassing situation that the PE class is too simple and boring for fear of sport injury. In fact, sport injury can be avoided through the exercise risk assessment and the implementation of the effective measures for the characteristics of regular injuries and the weak points of each project. These measures include warm-ups, strength training, coordination training, body sensory training, exercise control training, stretching, retinaculum-aided, ice compress, etc. The implementation of these measures is expected to improve the athletic ability, enrich the training content and avoid injuries.
(Translated by Tong Xing)