Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury

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Which of the following in NOT a causative factor for anterior (patellofemoral) knee pain?
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Which of the following is not an overuse form of anterior patellofemoral knee pain?Pre-patellar bursitisWhich of the following is NOT considered to be a classic sign or symptom of meniscus tear within the knee?Athlete states that their knee feels unstable with running and cutting maneuversAn isolated virus stress to the knee will often injure the __________________ of the knee.Lateral collateral ligamentWhat is the term used to describe a pes planus foot type combined with an excessive eversion alignment of the sub-taler joint?PronationAn athlete who has been diagnosed with a spondylolysis generally has increased low back pain with which of the following movements of the lunar spine?ExtensionWhich of the following isolated ligaments of the ankle is injured with a high ankle sprain?Anterior tibiofibularAn adolescent athlete who has anterior knee pain and exhibits an elevated tibial tubercle has a condition known as?Osgood Schlatter's diseaseThe _______ muscle group serves as a secondary stabilizer for the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee by supporting the tibia from moving anteriorly from femur.HamstringsAn athlete who has been diagnosed with lunar disc injury generally exhibits which of the following signs and symptoms?All of the aboveAn athlete who has "hip pointer" has sustained a contusion to which anatomical structure?Iliac crestWhich of the following terms best describes an excessive "sway back" malalignment within the low back?LordosisAn athlete who states they felt a pop and immediate pain as if someone kicked them in the back of their lower leg while running or jumping and also demonstrates the inability to plantar flex their ankle, has probably sustained a?Ruptured achilles tendonIdentify four common causative factors for how athletes develop low back pain:1. Poor Posture 2. Poor Lifting Mechanics 3. Weak Core 4. Tight HamstringsIdentify the four stop grading system for identifying overuse injuries in athletes:Grade 1: Pain after performance Grade 2: Pain before and after but has no impact on performance Grade 3: Pain before, during and after and has negative impact on performance Grade 4: Pain is too much, can't competeIdentify five injury prevention techniques used to reduce the occurrence of ankle injuries:1. Proper shoe ware 2. Strengthening 3. Stretching 4. Balance 5. Taping/bracesList the stance phases of gait and the percentage of weight distribution for each phase:1. Heel strike-25% 2. Mid stance-40% 3. Toe off-35%State two mechanisms of injury and identify THREE classic signs and/or symptoms an athlete will state and/or exhibit following an anterior cruciate ligament injury to their knee:MOI: Valgus stress with Extension rotation Classic symptoms: 1. Felt or heard a pop 2. Knee is unstable 3. Immediate swelling