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History of The Laboratory of Sports Medicine of AUTh

The Laboratory of Sports Medicine of AUTh was established in 1992. It is the biggest Sports Medicine centre in Greece which is standardized by ISO 2007. The main staff of the Laboratory includes 7 professors and 8 researchers, who are skilled and are experts in sports cardiology, exercise physiology, sports nutrition and physical rehabilitation.

The laboratory of Sports Medicine is a fully equipped for non-invasive cardiac evaluation of athletes. It collaborates with many sports clubs and leagues for the screening of athletes. And until today, there have been more than 30,000 athletes examined in the laboratory. The last 25 years cardiac and renal rehabilitation programs are applied in the Laboratory of Sports Medicine.

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Έλεγχος υγείας αθλουμένων

In the context of the operation of the Athletic Health Screening Clinic, the chance of medical check-up is offered to all athletes.

Προγράμματα Θεραπευτικής Άσκησης

The prescription of the exercise is based on the medical status of the patient, the functional competence and the goals of the patient.



«GoodRENal involves designing a virtual platform that is used during the haemodialysis sessions to encourage patients to stick to these healthy habits, while they are being treated.»

GOODRENAL Project nº2020-1-ES01-KA204-083141

GoodRENal is a European project aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle habits in people with chronic kidney disease. Researchers from Sweden, Greece, Belgium and Spain are working on this project, which is funded by the Erasmus+ European programme and the Spanish R+D+i Plan.

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This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the CEU Cardenal Herrera University, and either the European Commission or the Spanish Service for the Internationalisation of Education (SEPIE) cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

MyWay project

MyWay project: Α european collaborative and innovative partnership to develop, implement and transfer innovative practices related to physical activity enhancing health in post-stroke patients.

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A collaborative partnership to develop, implement and evaluate a model of long-term physical activity and behavioral change in CHD European patients

Sweaty Hearts

An exercise program suitable for patients with CHD, free of charge.

Tel: 2310 992493, 2310 992184