Dr Lorenzo Boldrini
Specialist in Sports Medicine .Graduated from school in 1997 and graduated in medicine Surgery at the University of Milan. Always passionate about sport, not a competitive practice at different kinds of sports activities (cycling, athletics, skiing). The interest in sports is associated with the medicine led him to enroll in the School of Specialization in Sports Medicine in Milan, where in the years 1998-2002 he attended important institutions within of exercise physiology (Institute of Advanced Biomedical Technologies - CNR Segrate) and orthopedics-traumatology (G. Pini Orthopaedic Institute - Milan). He specializes in Sports Medicine with honors in November 2002 at the University of University of Milan with a thesis on the effects of electrical stimulation on muscle strength. During the school specialty began to collaborate with the Italian Winter Sports Federation, first part of the test of functional assessment and research, as subsequently medical team in the wake of the National A Male downhill and super-G. From 2001 to 2010 following several races of the Alpine Ski World Cup, and takes part as a doctor of team at the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City in 2002 and at the World Alpine Ski Saint Moritz 2003. Since February 2003, he commissioned a full-time medical specialist at the center Isokinetic Milan street in Vivero, where he currently works. During the winter season 2003-2004 he worked as a manager in the medical center of Isokinetic Cortina d'Ampezzo, where he collaborated in the definition of specific protocols of rehabilitation Sports on the ski field. He worked with Dr. Roi consulting the physiological Squirrels Cortina which then conquer the summit of K2 in July 2004. From 2007 to 2009 he worked in orthopedics with Dr. Gobbi and the Foundation Onlus O.A.S.I. Bioresearch Foundation in Milan for the research and writing of scientific papers within of bio-orthopedics (use of growth factors and stem cells for the treatment of the disease cartilage) closely following the recovery of athletes and motocross.