Original title: Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in Sichuan accompany athletes to the Tokyo Olympics
Behind the Chinese Olympic athletes competing at the Tokyo Olympics was a group of people quietly giving. The rapporteur learned that Luo Xiaobing, a doctor from Sichuan Orthopedic Hospital, and Liao Yuanpeng and Shan Jixin, doctors from Chengdu Sports University Associated Sports Hospital, rushed to Tokyo. and doctors use professional Chinese medicine. Battlefield of diagnostics and treatment technology.
Chengdu is home to a team of doctors from Sichuan Provincial Orthopedic Hospital and Chengdu Sports University Associated Sports Hospital, who serve the national speed skating, shooting, archery, basketball, hockey, badminton, table tennis and other sports teams, as well as the provincial sports team. Sichuan. Provision of health security services. Hard-won medals are also cemented by the hard work of team doctors.
The rapporteur learned that the sports medicine of the Sichuan Orthopedic Hospital is the main feature of the hospital and is well known in the industry. Since the 1980s, the hospital’s sports medicine expert group has been involved in the diagnosis and treatment of many athletes. Many athletes who were bothered by the injuries recovered and returned to the competition with the help of doctors. Also because of the unique acupuncture, bone placement and massage therapies, a team of sports medicine experts from the Sichuan Orthopedic Hospital are referred to by Olympic athletes as “a person who has half a gold medal”.
This time, 5 doctors from a sports hospital affiliated with Chengdu Sports University, which was selected as the security team for the Tokyo Olympics, were selected as health security staff. Among them, two doctors, Shan Jixin and Li Yangyang, were selected to represent the Chinese Olympic Sports Games in Tokyo, two doctors, Liao Yuanpeng and Luo Anmin, to be the guarantor camp for the Tokyo Olympics, dr. Song Weijun, on the other hand, for science and technology. Warranty Group for Services (Remote Warranty in Beijing).
Last month, Li Shijia, an athlete at the Sichuan Women’s Gymnastics Team preparing for the Olympics, was accidentally injured and caused a “transient dislocation of the knee joint.” The team of dr. Xiaobing Luo used massage, acupuncture and moxibustion to collaborate. with functional rehabilitation. It only lasted 10 days. Li Shijia’s injury has improved and she will be able to return to the national gymnastics team on July 8 to continue preparations for the Olympics.
As for injury treatment, Sichuan Provincial Orthopedic Hospital focuses on “a combination of martial arts and medicine”. The wounded often put on a splint when they return to the position, and the doctor will leave the fist exercises to the patient. and “grinding” exercises in circles. “This way we can avoid joint adhesion and help athletes repair the remaining fractures.” Luo Xiaobing said they will do their best to provide health care and help athletes fight on the field.