Sports medicine is vital to the healthcare system in preventing, managing and treatment of sports related injury, however, is not only specific to athletes but also to everyone. Sports medicine's approach to care is wide and diverse but more towards movements and soft tissue work simultaneously to bring you the best of your abilities. Sports medicine has seen an increase in demands lately as more and more people are getting injured due to faulty mechanics and wrong execution of movements through either leisurely or competitive sporting activities. There are a few offerings from organisations to allow individuals who are interested to enter the sports medicine world to undergo extra training / speciality. Most of the programme out there are for qualified physicians, physiotherapists, chiropractors and the likes, with having to have at least a bachelors or a masters degree depending on the individual school(s)/ organisation(s) requirements prior to undertaking the studies. However there is diploma and certificate course studies offered by other institutions which again requires a pre-requirement(s) prior to undertaking sports medicine studies. The reason for this is because most of the programme aims to include intermediate to advanced anatomy/ physiology related subjects and within a period of time to graduate as a specialist in sports medicine, thus the pre-requirement(s).