Paolo Crepaz

A surgeon specialising in sports medicine, physical therapy and rehabilitation, he is a physiatrics specialist at the outpatients’ clinic of the Health Services Agency of the Autonomous Province of Trento and a freelance professional doctor specialising in sports medicine. He is Trentino’s provincial delegate at the Federazione Medico Sportiva Italiana and acting Vice-President of the Trentino Committee for CONI. He teaches sports education at the Scuola Regionale dello Sport and lectures on sport education for the Master’s Degree in the Psychology of Sport at the Istituto Universitario Salesiano in Venice. He is in charge of the research centre of Sportmeet for a United World, of which he has been President. A freelance journalist, editor and columnist for several Italian and foreign newspapers, he has written over 700 articles on sport and current affairs; he is the author of works for several publishers, including: Vivere la città, Città Nuova (2016); Insieme per qualcosa di grande, Città Nuova (2009); Non potevamo immaginare (with L. Fronza), Il Margine (2009).


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Is sport really good for health?

coordinated by Alessandro Mazzalai It is often believed that sport is good for health. However, there are clearly...