Sports Medicine
Wednesday April 16, 2014

Kuala Lumpur: AFC General Secretary Dato’ Alex Soosay has emphasised on the importance of player injury prevention and highlighted the role AFC Fitness Coaching Instructors play in this regard. 

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Kuala Lumpur: The AFC received an Automated External Defibrillator from ZOLL Medical Corporation during a symbolic handover ceremony at AFC House on Tuesday in a move to protect players in the event of sudden cardiac arrest.

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Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Medical Committee, which met on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Dato’ Dr. Gurcharan Singh (Malaysia), decided to award the hosting rights of the 5th AFC Conference on Science and Football Medicine 2015 to India.

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Amman: The Asian Football Development Project announced on Saturday its recommendations on football medicine following the ‘Qusai Khawaldeh’ roundtable discussion in the Jordanian capital. 

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Hong Kong: The participants of a recently concluded AFC Travelling Fellowship for Football Medicine finished the programme greatly enriched and have called on the continental football body to continue the programme in the future. 

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Bangkok: Football Association of Thailand Medical Committee Chairman Dr. Paisal Chantarapitak is confident that the AFC Travelling Fellowship for Football Medicine is a win-win programme that will benefit all AFC Member Associations.

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Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Football Association is upbeat with the continental and regional development prospects created by its hosting two FIFA and AFC football medicine-related events recently, its General Secretary Vincent Yuen has said.

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Doha: Aspetar - Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital is proud to have hosted the AFC Travelling Fellowship for Football Medicine Programme for the third time and is keen to be a part of a knowledgeable sports medicine society through its involvement.

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