Professional Diploma in Team Sports Injuries

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The Team Sports Injuries diploma offers the knowledge and skills needed for trainees to understand and apply the basics of injury prevention and handling in team sports. During this diploma you will learn how to prevent muscle and joint injuries, And how to manage injuries and treat muscle and tendon infections. You will also gain the knowledge to make the right decisions in managing injuries and determine when players can return to competition after recovery.

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Learn To

  • Get to know the fundamental characteristics for both prevention strategies and injury rehabilitation, as well as the different injury mechanisms in team sports.
  • Propose efficient prevention strategies based on a process founded on scientific evidence.
  • Handle pathologies and specific injuries corresponding to each sport.
  • Improve critical analysis by completing a training program on the different professional roles of sports science and health.
  • Determine how the central nervous system influences human movement as well as how we can shape the ability to make decisions for movement.
  • Apply the appropriate methodology to the design of the post-injury rehabilitation process in situations where strength development plays a significant role.
  • Analyze workload monitoring data to orientate the training process towards preventing injuries and consequently successfully optimize sports performance.
  • Identify the areas involved in the control and adjustment of movements, as well as how they are involved.
  • Manage specific strategies to support a dual career and understand the different transitions in an athlete’s life.

Aimed To

Professional/semi-professional football workers such as:

  • Fitness trainers.
  • Personal trainers.
  • Students in sports science programs.
  • Physicians of sports physiotherapy.
  • Sports doctors.



Course 1: Injuries and Team Sports

  • MODULE 1: Prevention of and readaptation from injuries
  • MODULE 2: Muscle injury and tendinitis management
  • MODULE 3: Management of joint and bone injury
  • MODULE 4: Decision making and returning to competition

Course 2: Injury Prevention

  • MODULE 1: Basic concepts in epidemiology and injury prevention
  1. Unit 1: Basic Concepts in Injury Prevention
  2. Unit 2: Epidemiology in Team Sports
  • MODULE 2: Muscle Injury Prevention
  1. Unit 1: Prevention of the Most Frequent Muscle Injuries
  2. Unit 2: The Preventive Approach to Muscle Injury Prevention
  • MODULE 3: Prevention Of Joint Injuries
  1. Unit 1: Prevention of the Most Frequent Lower Limb Joint Injuries ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Injury
  2. Unit 2: Prevention of the Most Frequent Upper Limb Joint Injuries (Shoulder Injuries)
  • MODULE 4: integrative reading

Course 3: Team Sports Pathology

  • MODULE 1: Management of medical pathology 1
  • MODULE 2: Management of medical pathology 2
  • MODULE 3: Sports Specific pathologie
  • MODULE 4: Special sports and competitions

Course 4: Neuromuscular Basis for Strength Training

  • MODULE 1: Characteristics of the musculoskeletal system.
  1. Unit 1: Movement from the central nervous system.
  2. Unit 2: Function of the skeletal muscles.
  • MODULE 2: Muscle action and its relationship to sports.
  1. Unit 1: Types of muscle action.
  2. Unit 2: Interrelationship of muscle action in movement and posture maintenance.
  • MODULE 3: Systemic changes in detraining and immobilization.
  1. Unit 1: Detraining in relation to the skeletal muscle.
  2. Unit 2: Muscle hypertrophy.
  • MODULE 4: Assessment of muscular properties in relation to sport.
  1. Unit 1: Surface electromyography.
  2. Unit 2: Tensiomyography.

Course 5: Central Processing of Voluntary Movement

  • MODULE 1: The Logic of Motor Function and Decision-Making
  1. Unit 1: Thinking about Movement
  2. Unit 2: The Neurobiology of Decisions
  • MODULE 2: Decision Training
  1. Unit 1: Education Through Movement
  2. Unit 2: Variables and Decision
  • MODULE 3: Neuromotor Programming
  1. Unit 1: Programming
  2. Unit 2: Engrams
  • MODULE 4: Integrative Reading

Course 6: Strength and muscle power as a key feature of rehabilitation from sports injuries.

  • MODULE 1: Analysis of injury in sports: injury mechanisms and associated risk factors.
  • MODULE 2: Sports injuries and their relationship with the quality of strength.
  • MODULE 3: Strength manifestations and muscle power in the post-injury rehabilitation process.
  • MODULE 4: New paradigms in strength training: muscle building through vascular occlusion.

Course 7: Selecting Variables: Are we repeating information or providing additional information?.

  • MODULE 1: Relationship between internal load variables, and between external load variables
  • MODULE 2: Relationship between external load variables
  • MODULE 3: Integrating measurements. Efficiency index
  • MODULE 4: Selecting variables

Course 8: Efferent Organization of Human Movement

  • MODULE 1: Motor cortex and cortical spinal tract
  1. Unit 1: Motor Areas
  2. Unit 2: Giant Pyramidal Cells of Betz and the cortical spinal tract
  • MODULE 2: Role of the cerebellum and basal ganglia
  1. Unit 1: Cerebellum.
  2. Unit 2: Basal Ganglia.
  • MODULE 3: Feedback and motor adjustment
  1. Unit 1: Neurocybernetics
  2. Unit 2: Feedback.
  • MODULE 4: Integrative Module

Course 9: The Life of an Elite Athlete.

  • MODULE 1: Systemic model
  • MODULE 2: Sports career model I and II
  • MODULE 3: Dual career
  • MODULE 4: Examples of intervention in different transition stages of an athlete’s life

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Professional Diploma in Team Sports Injuries
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