Does Your Athlete Have Muscle Dysmorphia? Considerations and Implications for Recognition, Assessment, Management, and Treatment

by James Leone, MPH, PhD, ATC, CSCS,*D
October 2017


Learn how to recognize and treat muscle dysmorphia in your athletes. In this session from the NSCA’s 2017 Personal Trainers Conference, James Leone covers many facets of athlete muscle dysmorphia, including the clinical features, identifying at-risk populations, using assessment tools, managing athletes suspected of having muscle dysmorphia, and how to treat it using a team-based approach.

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James Leone, PhD, MPH, ATC, CSCS

Northeastern University

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James Leone is an Associate Professor of public health and sports medicine at Bridgewater State University in Boston, MA. He holds certifications in a ...

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