“Thanks to your careful consideration, I was able to finish the game safely. thank you.”
Player Puje (Mongolia), who participated in the ‘2023 Jeonbuk Asia-Pacific Masters Competition’, recently suffered a calf injury while playing volleyball. He received primary treatment at the scene and then was taken to the hospital. Fortunately, he wasn’t seriously injured. After receiving physical therapy from medical staff, Puje’s symptoms improved significantly, and after taping, he was able to finish the game safely. He also had good results. He made it to the finals and won the gold medal.
Player Gombzeb of the same nationality also suffered a calf injury during a basketball game, but was able to finish the game safely thanks to active treatment by medical staff.
Player Puje expressed his gratitude, saying, “I was very embarrassed and worried because of an unexpected injury, but thanks to the warm care of the medical staff, I was able to finish the game safely,” and “I am grateful to the Asia Pacific Masters Organizing Committee and medical staff.”
About 15 medical staff, including the Jeonju Physical Therapy Society and the Korean Orthopedic Hydrotherapy Society Jeonbuk Province, who donated their talents, are making the Asia Pacific Masters shine.
Medical staff are performing volunteer activities such as manual therapy and sports taping in stadiums with a high risk of injury, such as volleyball, badminton and tennis. He is popular with players for his meticulous and warm consideration. Even uninjured players are looking for medical staff just in case.카지노사이트
Participating players are unanimous in their mouths, saying, ‘It plays a big role in recovering from injuries as well as finding stability.’
Chairman Yang Young-shik (Jeonju Physical Therapy Society) said, “I am very proud to be able to participate in the Asia-Pacific Masters, an international competition held in Jeonbuk.” When I raised my finger, I felt my heart as one of the medical workers,” he said.
“I will do my best if there is an opportunity to volunteer in our region in the future,” said
Organizing Committee Secretary General Lee Kang-oh. I was able to shine,” he said, expressing his gratitude.