The Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) is delighted to announce and welcome Professor Martin Schwellnus as a visiting Chair in Sport and Exercise Medicine.
The Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) is delighted to announce the appointment of Mathew Wilson (BSc, MPhil, PhD) as the Head of Service for Sports Medicine for HCA UK.
The Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health hosted a non-residential Summer School for year 12 students, aimed at widening participation in Applied Medical Sciences, with a particular focus on Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences.
The 7th biannual meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Sport and Exercise Psychiatry Special Interest Group (SEPSIG) was held at the ISEH on 20 September 2019 and included topics on exercise interventions, concussion and suicide in sport.
The UCL department of Performing Arts Medicine organised another successful PAM DAY on Saturday 15 June at the ISEH attended by doctors, physiotherapists, osteopaths and a number of students and professional performers.
ISEH Sports and Exercise Medicine consultant Dr Kal Parmar recently went on a Mountain Medicine course for 3 weeks as part of an organisation called World Extreme Medicine.
Congratulations to Dr Mike Loosemore, Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the ISEH who has been successful in his promotion to a personal chair as Professor of Sport and Exercise Medicine.
It is with great pleasure to announce that Professor Mark Hamer has been appointed the first UCL Professor of Sport & Exercise Medicine at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Sport (ISEH).
The seventh annual ISEH 5K and 10K run took place in London's beautiful Regent's Park on Sunday 23 June in excellent running conditions on warm and breezy day.
The Institute for Sport, Exercise and Health (ISEH) together with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) has successfully been re-accredited as one of eleven research centres from across the world as an International Olympic Committee (IOC) Research Centre for Prevention of Injury and Protection of Athlete Health.
Sunday the 28 October saw the last of the three 2018 London games played at Wembley Stadium between the Philadelphia Eagles and London regulars the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), often referred to simply as Shockwave Therapy, is a non-invasive and effective treatment for patients suffering from longstanding sports injuries or musculoskeletal conditions.