Building a sports medicine team

Freddie H Fu, Fotios Paul Tjoumakaris, Anthony Buoncristiani
Clinics in Sports Medicine 2007, 26 (2): 173-9
There have been a growing number of participants in high school and collegiate athletics in recent years, placing ever-increasing demands on the sports medicine team. Building a winning sports medicine team is equally as important to the success of an athletic organization as fielding talented athletes. Acquisition of highly qualified, motivated, and hard-working individuals is essential in providing high quality and efficient health care to the athlete. Maintaining open paths of communication between all members of the team is the biggest key to success and an optimal way to avoid confusion and pitfalls.


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