Gian Nicola Bisciotti was born in 1959 in Pontremoli and graduated at ISEF in Florence in 1980. After a sports career that saw him engaged for more than 25 years in Judo, a discipline in which he reaches the 5th dan, he resumed, in 1992, his studies and he graduated in Science and Technology of Sports and Physical Activity at the University Claude Bernard in Lyon (F).
Always in the same University he will achieves in 1994, the post-graduate in Biology and Physiology of Exercise and in 1997 the Ph.D in Biomechanics at the University of Franche Comté in Besançon (F). In those years, he will begin his career as researcher in Exercise Physiology Laboratory of Saint Etienne (F), under the direction of one of the most prestigious physiologists worldwide, Prof Jean René Lacour and with an equally prestigious biomechanics professor: Alain Belli. In 1998 he wins, first the competition for an University Chair of Maître de Conference, and then for Associate Professor, at the Faculty of Sport Science of University Claude Bernard Lyon I, where he teaches for 11 years.
In 1999 he returned in Italy and with his colleagues and friends, Claudio Gaudino (physical trainer of Italian National Football Team into the 2006 and 2010 World Championship ) and Gioacchino Kratter ( Deborah Compagnoni physical trainer and coach) he will be among the three first Italians to reach the newly-formed University Degree in Sport Science. This is a period of intense University engagement that will lead him to pursue his teacher work also in the University of Turin, Voghera, Vercelli, and Parma. For two years, from 1999 to 2001 he also teaches in Brazil at the University Estacio de Sã (Rio de Janeiro, Campo Grande, Recife, Puerto Alegre and Belo Horizonte) and into the famous R9 University of Rio de Janeiro founded by Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima. In those years he will collaborates with numerous academic institutions and sports federations, as for example just to name a few: the Macolin School of Sport (CH), The Lausanne University (CH), the Italian Federation of Winter Sports (FISI), inside the prestigious biomechanics laboratory of Santa Caterina Valfurva, the Italian Boxing Federation (FPI), the French Rugby and Volleyball Federations.
Always during this period he will create, and he will directs for over 5 years, the European Diploma for Physical Trainers in Team Sports, which will be the first University Diploma (born from the collaboration between the University of Lyon, Turin, Lausanne and the Magglingen School of Sport) in this specific sector. This post-graduate diploma over the years, but still now, graduated hundreds of European students who aspire to a University recognition.
Since 1995 he is also will dedicates to the tennis athletic training with Simone and Francesco Restelli brothers and their professional team. He will participates to the biggest tournaments in the world: Rome International Tournament, Roland Garros, Indian Wells, Wimbledon, the Australian Open, just to bring in 2000 their top athlete, Emanuelle Gagliardi (n ° 40 worldwide), at the Sydney Olympics Games. With the Sydney Olympics Games he stopped the tennis adventure and he starts the football adventure. From 1999 to 2009 he will be Physical Trainer into the Internazionale FC Milan, where he will begins to be interested to the sport rehabilitation, working inside the staff of Lippi, Tardelli, Cuper, Zaccheroni, Mancini and Mourinho. In Inter he will engaged into the Ronaldo’s rehabilitation for which he conceived a specifically new tests battery based on the isoinertial assessment .
This new test battery will knows an immediate success and it will be marketed under the name "Thesis System", from the main Italian company into the assessment sector: the Globus Italia Company. This assessment system is now spreads throughout the world, research centers, universities, professional football teams ecc..
In 2009 he leaves the Inter and becomes Physiologist Lead at the Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, FIFA Center of Excellence in Doha. Since 2010 he also covers the role of Physical Trainer into the Algerian National Football Team, with which he participated to the 2010 World Championship in South Africa and is still involved into the qualifying event for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations. He has published over 250 articles of biomechanics, physiology, rehabilitation, and training methodology, published in Italian, English, American, Argentine, Chilean, Brazilian, Swiss, French, German and Japanese magazines, many of which in “peer review journals” indexed in pubmed, excerta medica, sportdiscus and ingenta. Furthermore, he wrote eight book (of which the first, "Theory and Methodology of Human Movement", will be in 2000, the biggest selling sports book of the year, and the fourth, "The Sportsman's Knee", will be confers in 2009 with the CONI Literary Award) and he produced three multi-media work in the field of functional evaluation and training planning. His passion for science divulgation led him, in 2009, to give life, with his friend Ferretto Ferretti, to the scientific journal "Science and Sports”. From the early days of his commitment to rehabilitation, he has the ambition to create a chain of centers specializing in sports injury rehabilitation. Finally, in the 2005 in Pontremoli, his hometown, he creates the first of the Kinemove Rehabilitation Centers, after, in 2009, he founded the Rehabilitation Center of Parma and in 2010, the last Rehabilitation Center of La Spezia. His current experience in FIFA Center of Excellence in Doha has been in this sense a further professional push, that allowed him to transfer the same FIFA Excellence philosophy of working within Kinemove Centers chain, that therefore are inspired by the most modern and rational rehabilitation techniques, especially as regards of the athlete’s rehabilitation.