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27May

High risk of Dengue Fever predicted at World Cup 2014


The risk of the mosquito-transmitted disease dengue fever is an increasing concern, says a recent analysis published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.

23May

BMW PGA Championship: Sergio Garcia withdraws after first round with knee injury


It has been announced that professional golfer Sergio Garcia has withdrawn from the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth this week shortly after completing his opening round in the European Tour's flagship event.

23Apr

WRU hosts second sports medicine conference


On the 23rd April Prof Fares Haddad attended and presented at the WRU Annual Sports Medicine Conference at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

22Apr

ISEH offers elite treatment for rugby player


After a recent injury on the pitch, Schalk Brits had been suffering from a pain that was not improving despite the best efforts of the medical team at Saracens. He was referred to the ISEH by Dr Adejuwon, lead team doctor of Saracens RFC and ISEH consultant.

04Apr

Oral health and performance in sport- learning from London 2012


The first ever symposium on oral health and performance in sport took place at UCL on Friday 4 April 2014, organised by UCL Eastman Dental Institute and the Institute for Sport, Exercise & Health.

20Mar

Health services minister Dan Poulter visits the ISEH


On Thursday 20 March Dr Daniel Poulter MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health visited the Institute Sport Exercise and Health.

15Mar

The ISEH at the 2014 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon


Doctors Rick Seah and Courtney Kipps, both consultants in Sport & Exercise Medicine (SEM) at the ISEH, flew out to the United Arab Emirates in March 2014 as part of the medical team for the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon 2014.

01Mar

Dr Courtney Kipps talks six nations rugby injuries


Rugby is, by its very nature, a sport with a significant injury toll. Many of these injuries can be serious, such as the bulging disc in the neck of a front row forward which has forced the England head coach to rethink his line-up.

28Feb

The ISEH: a road to recovery for winter olympians


The Winter Olympics has come to a close in Sochi, Russia, and it was no surprise that the high risk Games saw so many young daredevil athletes pushing the boundaries of their chosen disciplines and sustain a variety of detrimental injuries

27Feb

Lizzy Yarnold and other Olympic greats visit the ISEH


Golden girl Yarnold was joined at the ISEH by fellow elite athletes including British rower and a 2012 Olympic gold medalist Katherine Grainger, former Leicester, Gloucester & England Rugby Player Leon Lloyd and English cricketer and member of the current England women's cricket team Holly Colvin

24Feb

RPDPS launches at the ISEH


Winter olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold will join Katherine Grainger (Olympic champion, London 2012, rowing), Leon Lloyd (England rugby) and Holly Colvin (England cricket) at the launch of the Register of Personal Development Practitioners in Sport (RPDPS)

13Feb

Government fires pistol to tackle physical activity


‘Moving More, Living More: the physical activity Olympic and Paralympic legacy for the nation’. The Government and Mayor of London have launched a team effort to promote physical activity across the country, ensuring it is a lasting legacy of London 2012 and part of a long-term vision for a fitter nation.