• Conor McGregor (UFC) – Extradural Haemorrhage
  • Jonny Wilkinson (Rugby) – Shoulder Dislocation
  • Roger Federer (Tennis) – Tennis Elbow
  • Rory McIlroy (Golf) – Golfer’s Elbow
  • Tom Brady (American Football – NFL) – The Unhappy Triad
  • Cristiano Ronaldo (Football) – Ankle Sprain

Treat the Athlete, is a unique learning resource to advance medical students knowledge in Sport and Exercise Medicine.

How can Treat the Athlete help me?
Treat the Athlete is a resource to learn about the anatomy, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of sports injuries to the head, shoulder, elbow, knee and foot.

Is Treat the Athlete a good source for me?
Treat the Athlete is a resource specially designed for medical students.  It even includes quizzes to support in your learning and development.

How do I use Treat the Athlete resources?
For your ease of use you can navigate the resources in 2 ways.

  1. Use the main navigation bar at the top of the page to select the part of the body you want to learn.
  2. Alternatively, click on an athlete in the box to the left to learn more about the condition they are representing.

Why should I use the Treat the Athlete resource?
Treat the Athlete is designed for medical students by medical students.  We share our learning resources with you in a way that you will understand.  We break down the topics into easily digestible chunks to support you the best way to learn.  Afterall we understand medical students because we are medical students.

  • Treat the Athlete Testimonials

    "I used Treat the Athlete before my examinations and I found it to be such a good resource and one like no other I have seen.  I can't recommend it highly enough." Tom B, Medical Student, UCL 

  • Treat the Athlete Testimonials

    "I love the quizzes on Treat the Athlete. It makes the learning fun and I share my answers on FaceBook with my friends so we can see who needs learning support and who is the the top of the class." Sarah C, Medical Student, University of Oxford

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