Sports Medicine Quiz 2

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accredited program
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a CATEE college that is certified bc it is proven to be affective in training athletic trainers
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administrators
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anatomy
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study of body structures
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ATC
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Certified Athletic Trainer
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bachelor’s degree
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usually takes 4 years
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biomechanics
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involves the study of human movement as it relates to performance; may work in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, or independently -BS degree +
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BOC
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Board of Certification Exam (NATA BOC) – 3rd step in complete=ing ATC
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CEU (Continuing Education Units)
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clinical competencies
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under the supervision of an ATC in approved CAATE college program
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CSCS
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Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist -teach or train individuals on general fitness programs, proper weight training, and conditioning; may work in health clubs, with schools, or individual teams; CSCS ensures educated professional –no degree requirement, but best to have BS
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ICE
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Ice Compression Elevation
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kinesiology
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involves the study of human movement as it relates to performance; may work in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, or independently -BS degree +
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massage therapist
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provides pain relief through muscle manipulation
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orthopedic surgeon
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a physician who specializes in bones and joints and also can perform surgery
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palpate
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to touch or feel a body part to determine if an injury occurred
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physicians
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doctor
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DO
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Doctor of Osteopathy
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MD
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Medical Doctor
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physician assistant/nurse practitioner
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physician extender working under the direction of a physician; can prescribe medication, order diagnostic tests -MS degree minimum
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exercise physiology and physiology
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concentrates on athlete’s physiology performance, especially as it relates to training; may work in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, or independently -BS degree +
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PPE
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Pre-Participation Physical Exam
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physical therapist/ therapy
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specialty area dealing with rehabilitation of various illnesses, chronic conditions and injuries; may specialize in sports physical therapy -MS degree minimum
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prosthetist/ prosthetics
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may design, fit, and produce prosthetic limbs/ extremities or rather braces or other supportive devices -BS but may vary depending on specialty
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psychology/psychologist
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deals with the cognitive and affective area of sports and how it relates to performance; may work in clinics, with college or pro teams or independently -BS degree +
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inventory
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seeing how many items you have at the end of the year
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diagnosis
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the identification of the nature of an illness or other problem by examination of the symptoms
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Sports medicine team and duties
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1. Administrators and Athletic Directors 2. Parents 3. Athletes 4. Coaches 5. Team Physician 6. AT, AT student Assistants 7. School Nurse
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sports medicine professions and requirements
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AT- BS degree minimum and BOC certification Physical Therapy- MS degree minimum Exercise Physiology – BS degree + Biomechanics and Kinesiology – BS degree + Sports Nutrition – BS degree + Exercise, Fitness Conditioning – no degree requirement, but best to have BS Sports Psychology – BS degree + Prosthetics/ Braces- BS but may vary depending on speciality Medical Practice Physician – BS, then MD or DO (med school, residency) Medical Practice Physician’s Assistant or Nurse Practitioner – MS degree minimum
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domains of athletic training
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1. Athletic Injury Prevention and Risk Management 2. Recognition, Evaluation, and Assessment of Injuries and Illnesses 3. Immediate Care of Injuries 4. Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Reconditioning 5. Health Care Organization and Administration 6. Professional Development and Responsibility
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three requirements of certification for ATCs
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1. Complete a Bachelors degree in college with a credited program 2. Complete Clinical Competencies under the supervision of an ATC in approved CAATE program 3. Pass the NATA Boc (Board of Certification) Exam
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Administrator/ Athletic Director
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•Plan which schools to play so that equal competition is achieved •Require pre-participation physical exams (AIA-AZ interscholastic Association) •Assures that all athletics staff are well qualified and performing duties •Hire safe drivers for bus transport to games •Establish a schedule that is safe, where athletes are not overtraining •Making sure coaches are teaching safe methods and not endangering the athletes •Establish a rule that the athlete must come to a certain number of classes so if an athlete is sick enough to stay home from class she shouldn’t be competing ➢ Require that athlete gets a pre-participation physical – makes policies for safety ➢ Require CPR training for coaches ➢Find a qualified team physician ➢Find and hire qualified athletic trainers ➢Provides a budget for quality protective equipment and protective padding for volleyball poles, etc… ➢Ensures that fields, courts and facilities are clean and safe ➢Update coaches regarding rule changes and regulations for safe play. An example is all athletes must take an online concussion education class.
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Parents
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•Monitor hydration during competition •Ensure Attendance at appts for physician, PT, AT •Buy .. •Communicate to coach •” to AT about medical conditions… ! ➢ Inform AT of an injury or the history of an injury from past years including allergies and chronic illness or injury ➢Take care of injuries at home- follow directions of the AT or doctor ➢Make and keep medical appointments and PAY for medical services : for physical, PT, ankle braces. ➢Seek medical assistance in an emergency. ➢Make sure the athlete has proper nutrition, and exercise for safe participation in sports by limiting junk food and increasing fruits and vegetables and increasing WATER ➢Make sure the athlete is rested Mrs. White says go to bed by 10:00! ➢Buys ankle braces, supportive clothes, cleats, and other sports equipment that is safe ➢Makes sure athletes are not using harmful substances -soda
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Athletes
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•Report if teammate is experiencing what appears to be an injury ➢Perform correct techniques and follow directions of the coaches ➢Perform conditioning, strengthening and stretching during season and in off season ➢Report injuries when they occur ➢Keep properly hydrated by drinking 80 ounces of water in cool weather- 120 ounces in the heat ➢Follow directions regarding injury care at home for example ice 20 minutes out of every hour while awake ➢Do rehabilitation for injury ➢Don’t fool around at practice, follow new rules and regulations designed for injury prevention
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Coaches
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•Consult ref if worried about dangerous play from opponent •Avoid harmful situations i.e. running in safe neighborhood ➢ Give the team water breaks every 15-20 min in hot, humid weather ➢Ensure athletes warm-up and cool down ➢ Provide conditioning, both in season and off season which is challenging but not harmful ➢Contact parents to follow up regarding injuries, physicals… ➢Issue safe equipment and have first aid kit on hand when traveling with the team ➢Make AT a part of the team and communicates effectively with him/her regarding the return of injured athletes ➢Give advice regarding safe techniques ➢Keep emergency cards for his/her athletes ➢Listen to the athlete and do not tease him/ her about injuries ➢Make sure a player’s inhaler or medication is available ➢Modify practice plans to keep injured athletes out of certain contact drills when recovering from certain injuries
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Team Physician
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➢Provides prescription medication for an athlete’s injury or illness ➢Performs a pre-participation physical for the athletes ➢Can fit school’s athletes into appointments and arranges to see other specialists if needed (liaison with the healthcare community) ➢Acts as a resource for the AT and oversees policies and procedures of AT ➢Perform surgery on athlete with a torn ligament
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AT/ AT training Student Assistants
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Helps/assists AT: ➢Provide water to the athletic teams ➢Game and practice prep and care to athletes ➢Stock the first aid kits ➢Tape and wrap athletes ➢Cleans and bandage wounds ➢Help with treatments such as icing and stretching ➢Assist in cleaning facility ➢Assist in enforcing rules ➢Help keep inventory stocked
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School Nurse
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➢Helps to set up and find community resources for physicals ➢Provides a place to go when sick at school ➢Provides crackers when an athlete’s tummy is upset ➢Provides water to re-hydrate ➢Communicates with parents if sick at school ➢Cares for students by providing first aid supplies at school ➢Measures temperature, blood glucose and Blood Pressure to monitor health status during school day ➢Keeps medications for students when a prescription has been issued ➢ Administers state mandated hearing tests

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