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Sports Medicine Terminology Quiz 1
Abdomen
Abduction
Abrasion
Acute
Portion of the trunk between the chest and the pelvis
Movement of a body part away from the mi-line of the body
Rubbing or scraping off the skin
Characterized by rapid onset, resulting from traumatic event
Abdomen
Portion of the trunk between the chest and the pelvis
Abduction
Movement of a body part away from the mi-line of the body
40 terms
Sports Medicine: Critical Question 1
How are sports injuries classified and…
Ways to classify sports injuries - 1
Ways to classify sports injuries - 2
Ways to classify sports injuries - 3
Ways to classify sports injuries... Soft tissue injuries (Exampl…
Direct and Indirect
Soft and Hard Tissue
Overuse
How are sports injuries classified and…
Ways to classify sports injuries... Soft tissue injuries (Exampl…
Ways to classify sports injuries - 1
Direct and Indirect
30 terms
Unit 1 Sports Medicine
personal trainer
physical therapist
HIPAA
good samaritan
type of job that focuses on enhancing or maintaining a person…
type of job focuses on injury rehabilitation and prevention
allows for the release and sharing of medical records and ens…
If you act in an emergency, in good faith, with no expectatio…
personal trainer
type of job that focuses on enhancing or maintaining a person…
physical therapist
type of job focuses on injury rehabilitation and prevention
26 terms
Sports Medicine Terminology 1
abdomen
abduction
abrasion
acute
portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
movement of a body part away from the mid-line of the body
rubbing or scraping off of skin
characterized by rapid onset, resulting from a traumatic event
abdomen
portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
abduction
movement of a body part away from the mid-line of the body
37 terms
Sports Medicine Abbreviations 1
AC
ACL
ADL
AIIS
acromioclavicular joint
anterior cruciate ligament
activities of daily living
anterior inferior iliac spine
AC
acromioclavicular joint
ACL
anterior cruciate ligament
78 terms
Sports Medicine Unit 1
NATA was founded in.....
ATC
LAT
6 Roles and Responsibilities of an Ath…
( what was founded in...) June 1950
Certified Athletic Trainers ( ---)NATIONAL LEVEL
Licensure- most restricted form of regulation STATE LEVEL
-Prevention of Athletic Injuries ... -Recognition,Evaluation, an…
NATA was founded in.....
( what was founded in...) June 1950
ATC
Certified Athletic Trainers ( ---)NATIONAL LEVEL
99 terms
Sports Medicine Week 1
What is the Schenck classification of…
Most common site of Osteochondritis Di…
Spontaneous resolution seen in what pe…
T/F OCD lesions are often seen in the…
ACL, PCL and MCL... I - ACL... II - ACL + PCL... III - ACL + PCL + LCL…
Lateral aspect of medial femoral condyle
1 majority... 2 50%... 3 rarely
False - rare
What is the Schenck classification of…
ACL, PCL and MCL... I - ACL... II - ACL + PCL... III - ACL + PCL + LCL…
Most common site of Osteochondritis Di…
Lateral aspect of medial femoral condyle
66 terms
Sports Medicine (Part 1)
sternocleidomastoid
splenius capitis
trapezius
erector spinae group: spinalis;longiss…
o:sternum;medial clavicle... i:mastoid process... a:flexion,lateral…
o:c7-t3 spinous process... i: mastoid process... a:extension,latera…
o:occipital protuberance;c7-t12 spinous process... i:lateral cla…
a: extension; lateral flexion of the trunk
sternocleidomastoid
o:sternum;medial clavicle... i:mastoid process... a:flexion,lateral…
splenius capitis
o:c7-t3 spinous process... i: mastoid process... a:extension,latera…
62 terms
Sports Medicine 1
What are the five ways to classify spo…
Define direct injuries
Define indirect injuries
Define soft tissue injuries
1. Direct... 2. Indirect... 3. Soft Tissue... 4. Hard Tissue... 5. Overuse
An external force causes injury to body at point of impact... E.…
A specific internal force that causes injury or an external f…
Injuries which occur to the skin, blood vessels, muscles, ner…
What are the five ways to classify spo…
1. Direct... 2. Indirect... 3. Soft Tissue... 4. Hard Tissue... 5. Overuse
Define direct injuries
An external force causes injury to body at point of impact... E.…
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Sports Medicine Unit 1 Vocabulary
Osteopathic medicine
NATA
Team Physician
Athletic Trainer
This type of doctor uses manual therapy and manipulations to…
This is the national organization which all athletic trainers…
This member of the SMED team diagnoses injuries and make the…
This member of the SMED team is most involved in the care of…
Osteopathic medicine
This type of doctor uses manual therapy and manipulations to…
NATA
This is the national organization which all athletic trainers…
72 terms
Sports Medicine Unit 1 Test
Abduction
Adduction
Anatomical Position
Anterior
To move away from the body; to take away
To move toward the body; to return
The starting position of any movement is from here
In front of
Abduction
To move away from the body; to take away
Adduction
To move toward the body; to return
98 terms
Sports Medicine Unit 1
Acute Injury
Arthroscopic Surgery
Articular Cartilage
Atrophy
Injury characterized by a rapid onset and resulting from a tr…
Surgery in which the interior of a joint is visualized throug…
Hyline; Cartilage covering the joint surfaces.
Wasting of a tissue or organ.
Acute Injury
Injury characterized by a rapid onset and resulting from a tr…
Arthroscopic Surgery
Surgery in which the interior of a joint is visualized throug…
15 terms
Sports Medicine Quiz 1
Agonist
Antagonist
Atrophy
Biarticular
Muscles most involved, prime or primary movers, muscles which…
Synonym for contralateral or opposing muscle groups, they wor…
Wasting away or decrease in size of tissue or of an organ, or…
Referring to a musculotendinous unit that crosses two joints.…
Agonist
Muscles most involved, prime or primary movers, muscles which…
Antagonist
Synonym for contralateral or opposing muscle groups, they wor…
38 terms
Chapter 1: The Sports Medicine Team
Sports Medicine
Certified Athletic Trainer
National Athletic Trainers Association
Team Physician
Term encompassing any professional that deals with an athlete…
The individual who deals with the athlete from the time of in…
Main professional organization for athletic trainers (NATA)
Medial doctor that works directly with a sports program/team;…
Sports Medicine
Term encompassing any professional that deals with an athlete…
Certified Athletic Trainer
The individual who deals with the athlete from the time of in…
36 terms
Sports Medicine 1:Muscles
Adductors
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Femoris
Brachialis
Adducts the hip
Flexes Elbow
Knee Flexion
Flexes Elbow
Adductors
Adducts the hip
Biceps Brachii
Flexes Elbow
33 terms
Sports Medicine 1
Abrasion
Avulsion
Laceration
Contusion
Scraping away of outer layer of skin
Tearing or pulling away a part of a structure
Deep cut into dermis
A bruise
Abrasion
Scraping away of outer layer of skin
Avulsion
Tearing or pulling away a part of a structure
30 terms
Sports medicine terminology #1
Abdomen
Abduction
Abrasion
Abscess
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and pelvis
Movement of a body part away from the mid-line of the body
Rubbing or scrapping off of skin
A localized collection of puss
Abdomen
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and pelvis
Abduction
Movement of a body part away from the mid-line of the body
39 terms
Sports Medicine Test #1
What does NATA stand for?
What does ATC stand for?
What does LAT stand for?
Axial Skeleton
National Athletic Training Association
Athletic Training Certified
Licensed Athletic Trainer
bones of the spine, thorax, and skull
What does NATA stand for?
National Athletic Training Association
What does ATC stand for?
Athletic Training Certified
10 terms
Sports medicine vocab 1
James robinson
Samual bilik
ACT
LAT
First athletic trainer in 1881
Father of athletic training
Certified athlectic trainer
Licensed atgletic trainer
James robinson
First athletic trainer in 1881
Samual bilik
Father of athletic training
17 terms
Sports Medicine 1-17
Allergist
Allergy
Athletic Training
Biomechanics
a medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and trea…
a damaging immune response by the body to a substance
Allied health care profession
the study of the mechanical laws relating to the movement or…
Allergist
a medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and trea…
Allergy
a damaging immune response by the body to a substance
89 terms
Sports medicine Midterm 1 adelphi
What was the First recorded sports rel…
How did Egyptians contribute to sports…
Who were the fathers of sports medicine?
What theory did herodicus believe in?
Genesis 32:24-32... Jacob wrestling match... injury to his thigh
hieroglyphs showed less body fat (no Endomorphy)... -preservatio…
Aristotle and Herodicus
In balance of nutrition and physical activity
What was the First recorded sports rel…
Genesis 32:24-32... Jacob wrestling match... injury to his thigh
How did Egyptians contribute to sports…
hieroglyphs showed less body fat (no Endomorphy)... -preservatio…
16 terms
sports medicine 1 movements
Flexion
Extension
Abduction
Adduction
Bending a joint to decrease joint angle
Joint straightens or moves back to anatomical position
Sagittal movement away from the body
Sagittal movement toward the midline of the body
Flexion
Bending a joint to decrease joint angle
Extension
Joint straightens or moves back to anatomical position
10 terms
Sports Medicine Terms 1
intra-
post-
neo-
pre-
within, inside
after
new, strange
before
intra-
within, inside
post-
after
15 terms
Sports medicine 1
Abdomen
Abduction
Abrasion
Abscess
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
Movement of a body part away from the midline of the body
Rubbing or scraping of skin
A localized collection of pus
Abdomen
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
Abduction
Movement of a body part away from the midline of the body
33 terms
Sports Medicine Vocab 1
Injury
Acute Injury
Critical Force
Chronic Injury
Act that damages or hurts
Characterized by rapid onset, resulting from a traumatic event.
Magnitude of a single force by which an anatomic structure is…
One characterized by a slow, insidious onset, implying a grad…
Injury
Act that damages or hurts
Acute Injury
Characterized by rapid onset, resulting from a traumatic event.
20 terms
Sports Medicine 1
Trapezius
Latissimus Dorsi
Rhomboids
Serratus Anterior
shoulder shrug
extension of spine
pulls shoulders back
holds scapula flat on ribs
Trapezius
shoulder shrug
Latissimus Dorsi
extension of spine
27 terms
sports medicine 1 flashcards
aden
cardio
gastro
carcin
gland
heart
stomach
cancer
aden
gland
cardio
heart
88 terms
Sports Medicine Test #1
The most common chronic bloodborne pat…
Leading indicator of liver transplant
What are universal precautions for blo…
Emergency situations (breathing+cardiac)
Hepatitis C
Hepatitis C
-Cover open wounds and lesions... -wear gloves, mask, gown, prot…
(see flowchart)
The most common chronic bloodborne pat…
Hepatitis C
Leading indicator of liver transplant
Hepatitis C
10 terms
Sports Medicine Vocabulary 1
Sports Medicine
Athletic Medicine
Athletic Training
ACSM
A field of study that includes physical therapy, athletic tra…
That specific portion of sports medicine which deals with com…
The prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic inj…
American College of Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine
A field of study that includes physical therapy, athletic tra…
Athletic Medicine
That specific portion of sports medicine which deals with com…
23 terms
Sports Medicine Vocabulary 1
acute
anatomical position
atrophy
avascular necrosis
immediate; just happened; rapid onset
standing erect with palms out
weakness and wasting away of muscle and tissue
death to the tissue caused by lack of blood flow
acute
immediate; just happened; rapid onset
anatomical position
standing erect with palms out
12 terms
Ch. 1 sports medicine
Sports medicine
Athletes circle of care
Team doctor
Family doctor
The study and application of scientific and medical knowledge…
All individuals involved in care of the athlete; may include…
A physician who specializes in sports medicine and helps the…
The primary physician in the care of the athlete; works in co…
Sports medicine
The study and application of scientific and medical knowledge…
Athletes circle of care
All individuals involved in care of the athlete; may include…
13 terms
Sports Medicine Week 1
RM
Abrasion
Acute injury
Acute onset
Max amount of weight that can be lifted in one movement
Scraping away skin due to friction
An injury with sudden onset and short duration
Muscle Fournace usually due to acid buildup is within the tis…
RM
Max amount of weight that can be lifted in one movement
Abrasion
Scraping away skin due to friction
31 terms
Sports Medicine Vocab #1
Medial
Lateral
Superior
Inferior
Toward the midline of the body. (inside)
Away from the midline of the body. (outside)
Above; toward the head
Below; toward the feet
Medial
Toward the midline of the body. (inside)
Lateral
Away from the midline of the body. (outside)
10 terms
Sports Medicine Chapter 1
Orthopedist
Team Physician
Nutritionist
NATA
physician responsible for only treating musculoskeletal injur…
responsible for medical history and injury diagnosis
plans eating programs geared to the needs of particular sport
National Athletic Trainers' Association- organization that cr…
Orthopedist
physician responsible for only treating musculoskeletal injur…
Team Physician
responsible for medical history and injury diagnosis
Sports Medicine Unit #1
4 components needed to establish a neg…
3 steps involved in creating a Risk Ma…
4 components that should be included i…
3 additional budgetary concerns when c…
- duty of care... - breach of duty... - causation... - damages
- Identification... - Evaluation... - Management
- emergency equipment (where?)... - schedule training & rehearsa…
- getting sued... - licensure... - big budget items/equipment break…
4 components needed to establish a neg…
- duty of care... - breach of duty... - causation... - damages
3 steps involved in creating a Risk Ma…
- Identification... - Evaluation... - Management
Sports Medicine Vocab Wk 1
Abduction
Accident
Active Range of Motion
Acute Injury
Movement of a body part away from the mid line of the body
An act that occurs by chance or without intention
Joint motion that occurs because of muscle contractions
An injury with sudden onset and short duration
Abduction
Movement of a body part away from the mid line of the body
Accident
An act that occurs by chance or without intention
18 terms
sports medicine vocab #1
abdomen
abduction
abrasion
abscess
portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
movement of a body part away for the midline away from the mi…
rubbing or scrapping off skin
a localized collection of pus
abdomen
portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
abduction
movement of a body part away for the midline away from the mi…
15 terms
Intro to Sports Medicine 1
Medicare/ Medicaid
P.T. Aide
P.T. Assistant
Max out of pocket
Federal care health programs
An individual who is not licensed but can assist under superv…
An individual who has earned a 2 year associates degree and i…
Total amount any person will be requires to pay for health ca…
Medicare/ Medicaid
Federal care health programs
P.T. Aide
An individual who is not licensed but can assist under superv…
17 terms
Sports medicine vocab 1
Abdomen
Abduction
Abrasion
Abscess
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
Movement of a body part away from the midline of the body
Rubbing or scraping off skin
A localized collection of pus
Abdomen
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
Abduction
Movement of a body part away from the midline of the body
10 terms
Sports Medicine Vocabulary 1
AB
abn
ac
AD
Abortion
Abnormal
Before meals
Right ear
AB
Abortion
abn
Abnormal
20 terms
Sports Medicine Vocab 1
@
c or w
s or w/o
c/o
At
With
Without
Complains of
@
At
c or w
With
17 terms
Sports medicine list 1
Abdomen
Abduction
Abrasion
Abscess
Between chest and pelvis
Movement away from body
Rubbing or scraping off of skin
A localized collection of pus
Abdomen
Between chest and pelvis
Abduction
Movement away from body
20 terms
Sports Medicine Shorthand #1
@
__... C or w
__... S or w/o
c/o
at
with
without
complains of
@
at
__... C or w
with
25 terms
Sports medicine terminology #1
Abrasion
Abscess
Acclimatization
Acute
Injury that scrapes off surface of the skin
Localized collection of pus caused by bacterial infection
Body adapts to a new environment or climate
Recent onset
Abrasion
Injury that scrapes off surface of the skin
Abscess
Localized collection of pus caused by bacterial infection
112 terms
Sports Medicine: Chapter 1
a. American College of Sports Medicine…
Name 3 different Sports Medicine profe…
Athletic Training
Name the 6 domains of Athletic Training
a. Founded in 1954... b. Founded in 1981... c. Founded in 1847... d. F…
1. Biomechanics... 2. Medical practices... 3. Sports Nutrition
The Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC) is responsible for all p…
1. Prevention... 2. Clinical evaluation & diagnosis... 3. Immediate…
a. American College of Sports Medicine…
a. Founded in 1954... b. Founded in 1981... c. Founded in 1847... d. F…
Name 3 different Sports Medicine profe…
1. Biomechanics... 2. Medical practices... 3. Sports Nutrition
57 terms
Sports medicine 1
Yielding point
Soft tissue
Epi
Abrasion
Tissue reaches maximal pain tolerannce and then injury will o…
Skin muscle tendons and ligaments and are named collage nous…
Upon
Loss portion of the epidermis and part of the dermis as a res…
Yielding point
Tissue reaches maximal pain tolerannce and then injury will o…
Soft tissue
Skin muscle tendons and ligaments and are named collage nous…
10 terms
sports medicine vocab 1
abdomen
abduction
abrasion
acute
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
Movement of a body part away from the mid-line of the body
Rubbing or scraping off of skin
Characterized by rapid onset, resulting from a traumatic event
abdomen
Portion of the trunk located between the chest and the pelvis
abduction
Movement of a body part away from the mid-line of the body
12 terms
Sports Medicine Unit 1
Accrediting Agencies
Sports Medicine Team
Sports Medicine
Southwest Athletic Trainers Associatio…
agencies that provide accreditation to college programs that…
A team made up of professionals involved in all aspects of ca…
A field of medicine that specializes in physical activity and…
A regional organization for ATCs and ATSs in the states of AR…
Accrediting Agencies
agencies that provide accreditation to college programs that…
Sports Medicine Team
A team made up of professionals involved in all aspects of ca…
34 terms
Unit 1 Sports Medicine
Bilateral symmetry
Contralateral side
Anatomical position
Superior
Both sides are equal to each other
The opposite side
Standing upright with pals facing forward
Above
Bilateral symmetry
Both sides are equal to each other
Contralateral side
The opposite side
33 terms
Sports Medicine Unit 1
limits range of motion, assists in hea…
skin irritations, allergic reactions,…
clean, dirt, moisture, sweat, lotions,…
shaved, foundation, anchor, removal
Potential Positive Effects of AT Application
Potential Negative Effects of AT Application:
Prep for AT: Injured area needs to be_______: free of _____/_…
Prep for AT: Injured area should be _____: Provides better __…
limits range of motion, assists in hea…
Potential Positive Effects of AT Application
skin irritations, allergic reactions,…
Potential Negative Effects of AT Application:
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