Most universities offer sports medicine as a degree. Even some smaller institutions offer sports medicine as a degree. It is hard to get specific because without knowing where you are from I can't say the best schools in your area.
You would need to have a degree in veterinary medicine, and probably a board certification in equine medicine as well.
Sports medicine is centered around athletes. Any job related to sports medicine is going to be usually locker room physicians or doctors specializing in sports injuries of many different natures.
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yes you do. what you need for sports medicine is a 6 year doctors degree in a sports medicine related field, such as athletic training. Once you complete that then you can sit for your boards test and become a certified. The more experience you have the better chances you have at getting a great job. Sports medicine is a highly competitive field. If you really want to be one, study hard
Sports Medicine concetrates on sports injuries and how they can be prevented. Exercise physiology has to do with the human body's responds, reactions and adaptations to exercise. Exercise Physiology is the science of body's function to exercise and activity. These two sciences are similar and the one is a part of the other. Please note that if you want to focus on Sports Medicine you may need a medical degree. If you prefer exercise physiology you may have a Sports Exercise Science BSc degree, sometimes in Medicine, Biology or Biochemistry BSc degree.
An athletic trainer, physical therapist, and sports medicine.
An associate degree in sports medicine generally takes two-years. During the coursework, students learn sports nutrition, physiological aspects of sports science and medicine, and learn how to assess injuries and provide therapy for rehabilitation purposes.
sport and health science degree or athletic training and therapy would be a great help to have under your belt when studying sports medicine
Yes they do because otherwise they couldn't get a degree.