Our Sports Partnership

Sports Physiotherapist

Ramagya understands the importance of sports along with academics and hence aims at keeping all the sportsperson of the school spick and span. Ramagya Sports Physiotherapists are involved in the prevention and management of injuries resulting from sports and exercise participation at all ages and at all levels of ability. They are well trained to minimize the risk for any age group i.e. from KG to 12 th.

These specialized physiotherapists provide evidence-based advice on safe participation in sports and exercise. Furthermore, they promote an active lifestyle to aid ramagyans in improving and maintaining their quality of life. Sports and Exercise Physiotherapists also play a huge role in helping athletes of Ramagya at all levels of ability to enhance their performance.

The skills of a Sport Physiotherapist include

  •  Athletic taping
  • Functional return to sport training
  • Exercise physiology
  • Sport massage, and
  • Concussion evaluation and management.

The Sports Physiotherapist of Ramagya has the skills and ability to work with sports organizations to help establish a comprehensive medical support system for the school, whether it is at the grassroots level or the high-performance level.

Sports Physiologist

Furthermore, Ramagya recognises the importance of Sports Physiology and considers it as an integral part of the coaching and health care of the teams. Ramagyan Sports Physiologist applies concepts from exercise physiology specifically to training the athlete and enhancing athlete performance within a specific sport.

Exercise and sport physiology is all about

  • improving performance, by knowing how the body functions during exercise, and
  • using scientific principles to allow your body to train better, perform better and recover quicker.

Physiologist’s help the Ramagyan athletes achieve peak performance and non-athletes achieve better health through exercise. The continued demand for Ramagyan athletes at all levels to be better, faster, and stronger, combined with the focus on getting involved in some form of physical activity, requires physiologists to work to optimize sports and exercise performance, health, and safety.

Sports Nutritionist

At the most basic level, nutrition is important for athletes because it provides a source of energy required to perform the activity. The food we eat impacts on our strength, training, performance and recovery.  Not only is the type of food important for sports nutrition but the times we eat throughout the day also has an impact on the performance levels and the body’s ability to recover after exercising.

At Ramagya, young athletes train long hours for their sport. In order to optimize that training, Ramagya aims at providing them proper nutrition needs as a regular component of their workout plan.

A car needs fuel to run properly just as people (especially young athletes) need a healthful eating plan.

Ramagyan Nutritionist provides a set diet plan for a healthy living of the athletes. The benefits of a healthy eating plan include:

  • Injury prevention
  • Strengthening of the immune system
  • Decreased muscle tiredness and soreness
  • Muscle healing and recovery
  • Improved energy levels
  • Increased focus and attention span

Sports Physician

Because of the drive and motivation of the students today to push towards a health-conscious world and society, there is an increased interest in participating in recreational sports and due to this Ramagya has a Sports Physician looking after the young athletes. Sports Physician is a person specialised in dealing with both prevention and treatment of injuries and illnesses that are related to fitness and sports. The presence of Sports Physician has proven to be vital.

Sports Physician of Ramagya is familiar with the activities so it’s easier to identify injuries and problems that might be brought about by sports.

Sports health care at the school extends to:

  • proper health care
  • health examination of athletes before they even engage themselves in sports
  • injury prevention and treatment
  • rehabilitation
  • proper exercises
  • proper training and nutrition.

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