RETURN TO WORK & SPORTS After a Covid-19 Infection 

Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Time: 4.30 pm CEST / 5.30 CEST 1
Duration: 1h

Back to Full Energy Post COVID-19

The current coronavirus pandemic is currently putting the world to a tough test. Not only the health systems, but all areas of public life are faced with major challenges.

In Germany there are currently around 2.3 million recovered COVID-19 patients - the number is steadily increasing. Soon there will be over 2.5 million people who want to return to their usual performance after recovering from illness. 

Unfortunately, however, recent studies indicate that a variety of complications and long-term damage can occur after a COVID-19 infection. The more reliable or usable data and preliminary findings of the cardiovascular system exist, the easier it is to assess and support training after the illness. The Faros ECG monitoring device from Bittium has proven to be a valuable part of the diagnostic process.

In the course, Dr. Graumann goes into the current state of knowledge about post-Covid syndromes and then presents the diagnostics and stress algorithm that he helped to develop. This procedure was used at the U20 Ice Hockey World Championship for men in Canada and is now considered the standard in German professional hockey. 

If you are interested in the restoration of performance, and going through the vital care measures that are imperative for maintaining your health, joining this webinar would be a great opportunity to learn guidelines for a safe and phased return to activity that will help you avoid serious health complexities.


This webinar will be held on Wednesday 21st April 2021 at 4.30 CET. The webinar consists of medical lecture, practical guidelines for a safe and phased return to activity, product overview and Q&As. The webinar will be recorded.


  • Dr. Lutz Graumann, IAPM
  • Simon Welsch, IAPM
  • Jim Harper, Bittium
  • Thomas Zieger (Host)


MD, Ph.D Lutz Graumann

MD, Ph.D. and Specialist in Sports Medicine, Nutrition and Chirotherapy with the focus on performance enhancement | President of the International Association of Performance Medicine | Founder of Sportmedizin Rosenheim, Quest Vitality, Quaduma | Team Physician of the German Icehockey Federation from 2015-2021 | Head of Education at Blackroll | CMO at Nambaya | Author of the bestselling books Functional Fascial Training with Blackroll and Regeneration | Lecturer at the German Armed Forces Leadership Academy in Hamburg

Enhancing performance has always been in the focus of Lutz Graumann’s work. Starting his medical career in 1994 he soon realized that his desires in the professional field were close to those of his private life: sports.

Challenges dominated his work and private life after accepting a full scholarship of the German Bundeswehr. Working with different pro athletes, special forces, fighter pilots and leadership groups, he has learned that training methods and nutritional concepts have varying impacts on the individual. Dr Graumann integrates sports and military medicine and cutting-edge technology to create data based movement, nutrition, recovery and mindset strategies for work and play.

Simon Welsch

M.Sc. Sport Science | Therapist for clinical psychoneuroimmunology | Board member of the International Association of Performance medicine | Sport therapist at SMIDO GmbH | Co-founder of BRAINSATION Lara Meyer & Simon Welsch GbR (www.brainsation.de) | Self-employed Performance Coach supporting professional poker and e-sport players | Performance Coach for No Limit Gaming GmbH | Former Health Manager of 2015 #1 worldwide best poker player Fedor Holz

James (Jim) Harper

Jim is a Business Development and Sales Executive with extensive experience in the technology sector, focused on medical sensors, the Internet of Things (IoT), and wireless communications. Jim has been working for Bittium since 2013 and he is responsible for all of the sales and business development activities for Bittium’s medical devices business in the USA. He is based in Dallas, TX and has MS and BS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.