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Sports Medicine & Pain Management

Sports Medicine & Pain Doctor Rajat Chauhan talks about Sports Medicine & Pain Management course, what is Sports Medicine & Pain Management and other details about a Career in Sports Medicine & Pain Management.

Sports Medicine & Pain Management

Rajat Chauhan | Sports Medicine & Pain Doctor | Back 2 Fitness

What is Sports Medicine & Pain Management?

There are many nuances of a Career in Sports Medicine & Pain Management. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find information about What Sports Medicine & Pain Management actually is. Most pages on the internet just talk about How to get into Sports Medicine & Pain Management. Just like you would normally not trust a non Doctor with names of medicines, you should also not trust opinions about Sports Medicine & Pain Management from non professionals.

Sports Medicine & Pain Doctor Rajat Chauhan has 16 years & 8 months of professional experience in Sports Medicine & Pain Management. Sports Medicine & Pain Doctor Rajat Chauhan describes Sports Medicine & Pain Management as:

Sports medicine is an area of medical practice concerned with holistic well-being of the sports person, whether it be amateur or elite. It also addresses role of exercises in health conditions and or for well-being of all. It also involves nutrition, exercise & sports technique, recovery, performance and treatment of injuries resulting from sports-exercise activities. Musculoskeletal Medicine (Pain management) is an area of medical practice which focuses on conservative non-injection & non-surgical management of muscular and skeletal pains. For that you need to address both psychological and physical issues by understanding the patient rather than just pain area.

How Sports Medicine & Pain Doctor Rajat Chauhan got into Sports Medicine & Pain Management?

I like to call myself a student of pain and running, as I’m always learning more about my subjects of interest. I am also a militant advocate of GOYA (Get Off Your Arse) Move-Mint. I have been running for last 34 years and making others to run too. In my spare time I am a doctor specializing in Sports-Exercise Medicine (Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham) and Osteopathy / Musculo-Skeletal Medicine (London College of Osteopathic Medicine) with special interest in Back and Knee Pain. In 2008, I started my own clinic Back2Fitness and I work as CEO and Medical Director there. Besides heading Back 2 Fitness, a Sports-Medicine & Muscuklo-Skeletal Medicine clinic for last 10+ years. I, along with my band of crazy friends, came up with La Ultra - The High, a 555 km (previously 333 & 222 km) run in Leh-Ladakh, India. We have been putting it together for last 9 years now. Some call it the world's cruelest ultra marathon. In 2017, we are brought to India its first iRun Fest, a Running Festival, which showcased Running Documentaries from around the world, Panel Discussions with thought leaders in running being on board and a platform for all involved in running in whatever capacity. Till 2016, I had been associated with Adidas India as Running Advisor for about 3 years. I was also the founding Director of Sports & Exercise Department at Ashoka University where I was responsible for the sports infrastructure and making sports and physical activity an integral part of the curriculum. I have been writing for Mint and Hindustan Times for over a decade now. I've done a series of running podcast, MoveMint for Mint newspaper and series of FacebookLive for Hindustan Times newspaper. I have also been an Associate Editor at British Journal of Sports Medicine and a columnist for The Hindu, Hindustan Times, Mint, Forbes India and Founding Fuel. My book on Pain, published by Penguin Publications, The Pain Handbook was released in 2016.

Sports Medicine & Pain Doctor Rajat Chauhan's Talk on Sports Medicine & Pain Management

Starts with what is:
     1) Sports Medicine & Pain Management  

Next, it covers Education. We all know that only 10% of what is taught in Sports Medicine & Pain Management is actually used in real life. The Education section of the Talk clearly explained what is the 10% needed in Sports Medicine & Pain Management. It discusses following headings for Education in Sports Medicine & Pain Management:
     2) Science & Mathematics  
     3) Sports Current Affairs  
     4) Languages  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Anyone aspiring for Sports Medicine & Pain Management needs to understand that Skill development is crucial for success. It defines Skills in terms of following items for Sports Medicine & Pain Management:
     5) Sportsmanship  
     6) Sportsperson  
     7) Good Listener  
     8) Communication Skills  
     9) Examining Skills  
     10) Patience  
     11) Empathy  

It is important to get an understanding of the Positives of Sports Medicine & Pain Management. This Talk defines Positives in terms of following items for Sports Medicine & Pain Management:
     12) Being Part of a Journey  
     13) Helping to achieve Goals  
     14) Helping People with Chronic Diseases  
     15) Non Surgical Techniques  

Challenges define Sports Medicine & Pain Management as much as the Positives of the same:
     16) Time Taking  
     17) Less Money  
     18) Compromise of Ethics  
     19) Long Working Hours  

In the final section of the Talk, Rajat Chauhan talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     20) Sports Medicine & Pain Management  

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How to get into

Sports Medicine & Pain Management?

If you are want to get into Sports Medicine & Pain Management, start by investing in a Career Plan.

The 14 hour process, guided by a LifePage Career Advisor, will help you introspect and check whether your interest in Sports Medicine & Pain Management is merely an infatuation or is it truly something you wish to do for the rest of your life.

Next, your Career Advisor will help you document how you can get into Sports Medicine & Pain Management, what education and skills you need to succeed in Sports Medicine & Pain Management, and what positives and challenges you will face in Sports Medicine & Pain Management.

Finally, you will get a Career Plan stating which Courses, Certifications, Trainings and other Items you need to do in the next 7 years to become world’s best in Sports Medicine & Pain Management.

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Your LifePage Career Advisor facilitates your guided introspection so that you systematically explore various Career options to arrive at a well thought out Career choice.

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LifePage Plan will not stop at saying "to become an Architect study Architecture". It will guide you on which Certifications, Trainings and Other items you need to do along with your Architecture education to become the world's best Architect.

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