Sports medicine is concerned with assisting athletes in improving their athletic performance, recovering from injuries, and avoiding future injuries. It is a rapidly expanding health-care area since sports medicine specialists assist a wide range of people, not just athletes. Amateur athletes, those who desire improved results from their exercise programme, persons who have experienced injuries and are striving to regain full function, and people with impairments who are trying to develop mobility and capability are all treated by sports medicine professionals. Sports medicine, often known as sports and exercise medicine (SEM), is a specialty of medicine that focuses on physical health as well as the treatment and prevention of sports and activity-related injuries. Sports medicine's goal is to assist people in exercising safely and successfully in order to reach their training objectives. The discipline's nature has evolved over time, and it will continue to do so as SEM clarifies its scope and distinguishes itself from traditional medical specialisations.