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Nice Athletics and IM2S sign partnership

Nice Athletics and IM2S sign partnership

By Stephanie Horsman - February 6, 2020

Monaco’s world-class orthopaedic clinic IM2S and Nice Côte d’Azur Athletics (NCAA) have signed a partnership agreement giving priority access to the association’s top athletes.

Signed by Dr Julien Brizi, specialist in Sports Medicine and Traumatology at the Institut Monegasque de Médecine du Sport (IM2S) and President of NCAA Jean Daumas, this exclusive partnership aims to grant the association’s top athletes rapid access to appointments for consultations and examinations, as well as to medical and trauma follow up treatments.

Nice Côte d’Azur Athletics represents a large number of top-ranking athletes who have careers both in France and abroad. The arrangement will solidify cooperative efforts between the two entities, thus strengthening the relationship.

The Institut Monegasque de Médecine du Sport is an osteoarticular and ligamentary surgical clinic known in particular for its expertise in sports medicine and which

brings together over 40 specialists in all osteo-articular pathologies.

 

 

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