Sergio Migliorini

Sergio Migliorini

Dr. Sergio Migliorini is a physician, specialized in Sports Medicine, Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, with over thirty years of experience. He was the ITU Medical Delegate at the Triathlon events at the 2012 London Olympic Games and the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and is the President of the Medical and Anti-Doping Committee of the ITU.

road cyclist during vuelta espana race

Knee pain cycling

The position on the bike should respect the anatomic characteristics of the athlete to avoid serious injuries to the knee.

Prevention and treatment of neuropathies in cyclists

In this article, we suggest some simple strategies to avoid running into the most common neuralgias that can affect cyclists.

Guyon’s syndrome in cyclists

I often come across ulnar nerve entrapment at the wrist in cyclists.

A question of nerves

Among the most common painful cycling injuries are those caused by pinched nerves. Let’s take a look at the main ones.

Low back pain in cycling

Until some years ago, low back pain was relatively rare among cyclists. Nowadays, it is ever more present.

Salute cervicalgia

Cervicalgia in cyclists

The first cervical spine pains during a ride usually arrive in spring.

Salute cervicalgia

The authors

  • Barbara Fedrigo

    Barbara Fedrigo

  • Gianluca Melegati

    Gianluca Melegati

  • Fabio Vedana

    Fabio Vedana

  • Loris Perticarini

    Loris Perticarini

  • Sergio Migliorini

    Sergio Migliorini

  • Alessandro Ballan

    Alessandro Ballan

  • Davide Cassani

    Davide Cassani

  • Editorial Board

    Editorial Board

  • Niklas Quetri

    Niklas Quetri

  • Elisabetta Borgia

    Elisabetta Borgia

  • Tatiana Gaudimonte

    Tatiana Gaudimonte

  • Daniel Fontana

    Daniel Fontana

  • Andrea Gabba

    Andrea Gabba