Professor and Dean of the College of Rehabilitation Medicine in Nanjing Medical University; Chairman of Medical Rehabilitation Center of its First Affiliated Hospital; president of the Zhongshan Rehabilitation Hospital, China.
Doctor of Medicine, Business Consultant, Internal Medicine and Occupational Health Expert, Founder of HCSI Institute, Executive Director of AIRS - Institute for the International Rehabilitation Standards Advancement (Jacksonhole, Orenda Tribe, Beijing).
Full Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department of Neuroanatomy at Ludwig-Maxi-milians-University of Munich (Munich, Germany). He is one of leading basic and clinical scientists in the field of extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT).
Associate professor at the University of Mainz. Head of Spine Surgery in the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology, University Medical Centre of the Univ. of Mainz, Germany. Since 2012 he is Team Doctor of 1st ligue soccer club FSV Mainz 05.
Specialist in orthopedics and sportsmedicine. Head of the dept. for orthopedics, sportsmedicine and trauma surgery at MediaPark-Clinic in Cologne. Head of the „Institute for Functional Diagnostics“, a unique biomechanic lab. Team doctor of German Ligue soccer club FC Köln
Specialist in General and Emergency Medicine. Head of the Dept. of General Medicine Clinic in Augsburg, Germany. His main focus is Sportsmedicine and Rehabilitation. Since 2009 he is Team Doctor of the 1st ligue soccer club FC Augsburg. Broad practical experience in ESWT.
GM of Orehsa, Beijing, and Sports Medicine MTT Center Germany, Gesundheitsrondell-Centers for Physiotherapy, Ergotherapy, Logopedics and Training. Volker has a wide experience in application of MTT for acute and chronic conditions. Author of several Handbooks on MTT.
Publisher and owner thesportgroup Ltd. Editing the German "sports.doctor magazine" a unique platform for networking of sports doctors and scientists. Co-editor of the new Chinese quarterly edition.Former sports scientist and mental coach.
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