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Athletic Training Vocabulary #4
flexibility
flexion
fracture
hematoma
the range of motion of a joint or the ability to stretch
bending a joint or decreasing the angle between two bones
a chip, crack, or complete break in a bone
a collection of blood beneath the skin
flexibility
the range of motion of a joint or the ability to stretch
flexion
bending a joint or decreasing the angle between two bones
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AT 2356 Athletic Training Services
domain 1
domain 2
domain 3
domain 4
injury/illness prevention and wellness protection
clinical evaluation and diagnosis
immediate and emergency care
treatment and rehabilitation
domain 1
injury/illness prevention and wellness protection
domain 2
clinical evaluation and diagnosis
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Athletic Training Chapter 4
Primary cause of sports injury
principles of conditioning
SAID Principle
SAID Principle definition
Lack of physical fitness
1. safety ... 2. warm up/cool down... 3. motivation... 4. overload... 5.…
Specific adaption to imposed demands
when the body is subjected to stresses and overloads of varyi…
Primary cause of sports injury
Lack of physical fitness
principles of conditioning
1. safety ... 2. warm up/cool down... 3. motivation... 4. overload... 5.…
AT final: Intro to Athletic training
What are athletic trainers?
What does NATA stand for?
When and where did the first NATA meet…
What are the six domains of athletic t…
Health care professionals, who collaborate with physicians.
National athletic trainers association
Kansas city in 1950
1. prevention... 2. clinical evaluation & diagnosis... 3. Immediate…
What are athletic trainers?
Health care professionals, who collaborate with physicians.
What does NATA stand for?
National athletic trainers association
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Athletic Training: Chapter 4
incision
abrasion
contusion
laceration
open wound made by a sharp object
scraping off a layer of skin; may bleed
closed wound, aka bruise; swelling, discoloration
jagged, irregular, open wound
incision
open wound made by a sharp object
abrasion
scraping off a layer of skin; may bleed
Athletic Training Vocabulary #4
flexibility
flexion
fracture
hematoma
the range of motion of a joint or the ability to stretch
bending a joint or decreasing the angle between two bones
a chip, crack, or complete break in a bone
a collection of blood beneath the skin
flexibility
the range of motion of a joint or the ability to stretch
flexion
bending a joint or decreasing the angle between two bones
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Athletic Training Chapter 4
Incisions
Abrasion
Contusion
Laceration
open wound of the body caused by a sharp object usually a blade
results from scraping off one or more layers of the skin
a closed wound that bleeds under the surface of the skin
a jagged or irregular cut
Incisions
open wound of the body caused by a sharp object usually a blade
Abrasion
results from scraping off one or more layers of the skin
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Athletic Training Chapter 4
What is a primary injury?
What are macrotrauma injuries?
What are microtrauma injuries?
What is a secondary injury?
-Acute or Chronic Injuries... -Macrotrauma or Microtrauma
-Fractures... -Dislocations... -Subluxations... -Sprains... -Strains... -Con…
Overuse & repetitive (cumulative) loading or incorrect mechan…
Essentially the inflammatory or hypoxia response that occurs…
What is a primary injury?
-Acute or Chronic Injuries... -Macrotrauma or Microtrauma
What are macrotrauma injuries?
-Fractures... -Dislocations... -Subluxations... -Sprains... -Strains... -Con…
Athletic Training Test 4
What are the Rotator Cuff muscles?
What are the 3 ways Clavicle Fractures…
What 3 things are compressed in Should…
What movement causes Tennis Elbow and…
Supraspinatus... Infraspinatus... Teres Minor... Subscapularis
1. A fall on the outstretched arm... 2. A fall on the tip of the…
1. Supraspinatus Tendon... 2. Subacromial Bursa... 3. Long Head of…
Extension of the wrist... Lateral epicondyle
What are the Rotator Cuff muscles?
Supraspinatus... Infraspinatus... Teres Minor... Subscapularis
What are the 3 ways Clavicle Fractures…
1. A fall on the outstretched arm... 2. A fall on the tip of the…
athletic training 4
elbow, hand and wrist
elbow, hand and wrist
Functional Motion- elbow hand and wrist
Ulnar Collateral Lig. Sprain- etiology
bones: ... humerus, radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals, phalanges
muscles:... biceps, triceps, wrist flexors, wrist extensors, wri…
elbow flexion, elbow extension, wrist flexion, wrist extensio…
valgus force in adolescents called "little league elbow", sid…
elbow, hand and wrist
bones: ... humerus, radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals, phalanges
elbow, hand and wrist
muscles:... biceps, triceps, wrist flexors, wrist extensors, wri…
Athletic Training 3 and 4
Plane 1
Plane 2
Plane 3
Anatomical Position
transversal, upper and lower halves, rotational
frontal, front and back halves, lateral (side to side)
Sagittal, Right and left halves, forwards/backwards
palms facing forward, thumbs lateral
Plane 1
transversal, upper and lower halves, rotational
Plane 2
frontal, front and back halves, lateral (side to side)
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Athletic Training Exam 4
Foot
26
14
5
Designed for Strength, Flexibility, Coordinated movemnt
# of bones in the foot
# of Phalanges... Proximal,Middle,Distal
# of metatarsal bones
Foot
Designed for Strength, Flexibility, Coordinated movemnt
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# of bones in the foot
Test 4 Athletic Training
Medial Malleolus
Lateral Malleolus
Posterior Tibialis
Anterior Tibialis
Prominence on the inner ankle formed by lower end of tibia
Outer side of the ankle
Key stabilizing muscle of the lower leg, located in the deep…
originates in the upper two-thirds of the lateral surface of…
Medial Malleolus
Prominence on the inner ankle formed by lower end of tibia
Lateral Malleolus
Outer side of the ankle
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Athletic Training Chapter 4
ROM
Active range of motion
Passive range of motion
agonist
Range of Motion
Ability to move a joint with little resistance
Motion of joint to end points without muscle contraction
muscle producing movement
ROM
Range of Motion
Active range of motion
Ability to move a joint with little resistance
Athletic Training Chapter 4
SAID Principle
Cardiorespiratory endurance
training effect
muscular strength
specific adaptation to imposed demands; when the body is subj…
the ability to perform whole-body, large-muscle activities fo…
stroke volume increases while heart rate is reduced at a give…
the maximum force that can be applied by a muscle during a si…
SAID Principle
specific adaptation to imposed demands; when the body is subj…
Cardiorespiratory endurance
the ability to perform whole-body, large-muscle activities fo…
Athletic training unit 4
Incision
Abrasion
Contusion
Laceration
Open wound made by a cutting object or scalpel. Shouldn't hap…
Scraping off a layer of skin
Closed wound that bleeds under the skin; a bruise
Jagged, irregular open wound created by no cutting object
Incision
Open wound made by a cutting object or scalpel. Shouldn't hap…
Abrasion
Scraping off a layer of skin
athletic training chapter 4
articulate
callus
dislocation
faliure point
when bones come together at a joint
a bony splint
occurs when a significant force displaces bone so that the 2…
amount of force required to cause a fracture
articulate
when bones come together at a joint
callus
a bony splint
Athletic Training, Exam #4
Wound
Abrasion
Puncture
Laceration
traumatic skin
scrapes, top layer of the skin is worn away, exposing numerou…
direct penetration of the tissues the skin, much higher degre…
cut, something sharp or significant pressure cuts the skin op…
Wound
traumatic skin
Abrasion
scrapes, top layer of the skin is worn away, exposing numerou…
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Unit 4 Athletic Training
smooth muscle
cardiac muscle
skeletal muscle
functions of skeletal muscle
lines digestive organs, involuntary
muscle that lines the heart, involuntary & straited
found almost everywhere, combo of vol and invol, striated
movement, protection, support, posture, insulation
smooth muscle
lines digestive organs, involuntary
cardiac muscle
muscle that lines the heart, involuntary & straited
Athletic Training Test #4
Primary Survey
Secondary Survey
Vital Signs
Immediate Signs of Emergency Problems
Try to determine if there are any life threatening conditions
Quick examination for injuries & how to transport patient
-Pulse is 60-100 bpm... -normal BP... -respiratory rate: 12-20 brea…
-Shock... -Severe Bleeding
Primary Survey
Try to determine if there are any life threatening conditions
Secondary Survey
Quick examination for injuries & how to transport patient
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athletic training part 4
subluxation
dislocation
3 phases of the healing process
inflammatory response phase
bone comes partially out of the joint then goes back in
occurs when at least one bone in a joint is forced out of pla…
inflammatory response phase, fibroblastic repair phase, matur…
begins immediately following injury, most critical phase in t…
subluxation
bone comes partially out of the joint then goes back in
dislocation
occurs when at least one bone in a joint is forced out of pla…
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Athletic Training Ch.4
Transitional Period
Preparatory Period
Preseason
In-season
post-season, after last competition, unstructured
Hypertrophy/endurance (off-season, high volume, low intensity…
Power phase, high intense, low volume, skill training, sport…
Competition, skill training, strategy, maintain, high intensi…
Transitional Period
post-season, after last competition, unstructured
Preparatory Period
Hypertrophy/endurance (off-season, high volume, low intensity…
69 terms
Athletic Training Chap 4
conditioning principles
Warm-up/cool-down
motivation
overload
1.warm-up/cool down... 2.motivation... 3.overload... 4.consistency... 5.p…
important to help performance and reduce injury
mental focus is key to performing well
SAID principle, when the body is subjected to stresses and ov…
conditioning principles
1.warm-up/cool down... 2.motivation... 3.overload... 4.consistency... 5.p…
Warm-up/cool-down
important to help performance and reduce injury
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Athletic Training Exam 4
Thermal energy can be transferred by a…
Indirect heating through another mediu…
Ice water immersion is generally done…
When one is using ultrasound, the fiel…
Evaporation
Convection
50 to 60 degrees F
3 to 4 sq inches
Thermal energy can be transferred by a…
Evaporation
Indirect heating through another mediu…
Convection
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Athletic training 4
Nerves in elbow/distal arm
Side of arm that bruises most?
How many Vertebraes in spine?
Major blood supply of elbow
Radial... Median ... Ulnar
Ulnar
33... 24 true... 9 false
Radial and ulnar
Nerves in elbow/distal arm
Radial... Median ... Ulnar
Side of arm that bruises most?
Ulnar
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Athletic Training Exam 4
Thermal energy can be transferred by a…
Indirect heating through another mediu…
Ice water immersion is generally done…
When one is using ultrasound, the fiel…
Evaporation
Convection
50 to 60 degrees F
3 to 4 sq inches
Thermal energy can be transferred by a…
Evaporation
Indirect heating through another mediu…
Convection
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Athletic training quiz 4
Dislocation
Distal
Do Not Resuscitate (DNR)
Dorsal
A complete displacement of a bone at a joint.
Farthest away from the center of the body.
A written request giving permission to medical personnel not…
Back or posterior of any structure.
Dislocation
A complete displacement of a bone at a joint.
Distal
Farthest away from the center of the body.
Athletic Training test 4
contusions
myositis ossificans
hamstring strain
groin strain
caused by impact to a muscle, mechanism of injury is direct f…
mechanism of injury is repeated injury to the same area, can…
mechanism of injury include lack of stretching, lack of flexi…
affects the adductor muscles; mechanism of injury includes la…
contusions
caused by impact to a muscle, mechanism of injury is direct f…
myositis ossificans
mechanism of injury is repeated injury to the same area, can…
145 terms
Athletic Training Exam 4
History for Abdomen and Thorax
Blood in Urine
Observation for Abdomen and Thorax
Body position for thorax injury
Mech, contact, position, type of pain, referred pain, breathi…
hematuria
ABC's, pain w/ respiration, protecting chest, fetal, protrusi…
leaning towards side that is injured holding area with hand
History for Abdomen and Thorax
Mech, contact, position, type of pain, referred pain, breathi…
Blood in Urine
hematuria
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Athletic Training Test 4
Viral, Bacterial, and Fungal
Resistant to multiple antibiotics
1. Falling on an outstretched hand... 2.…
1. Supraspinatus tendon... 2. Subacromial…
The most common skin infections
What makes MERSA different than other staff infections?
How can you get a clavicle fracture/ broken collar bone?
Three structures that are involved with shoulder impingement?
Viral, Bacterial, and Fungal
The most common skin infections
Resistant to multiple antibiotics
What makes MERSA different than other staff infections?
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Athletic training chapter 4
A sprain is an injury to a ligament or…
A strain is an injury to a ligament or…
Abrasion
Contusion
Ligaments
Tendon
Scraping off a layer of skin
Closed wound, bruise
A sprain is an injury to a ligament or…
Ligaments
A strain is an injury to a ligament or…
Tendon
athletic training exam 4
what composes the thoracic cavity
bones in the thoracic cavity
sternum and what ribs attach to it
4 regions of sternum
everything between the basic neck and the diaphragm
sternum and ribs
anterior attachment for ribs 1-7; 4 regions
sternal angle, manubrium, body, xiphoid process
what composes the thoracic cavity
everything between the basic neck and the diaphragm
bones in the thoracic cavity
sternum and ribs
Athletic training test 4
diaphysis
epiphysis
periosteum
how does a stress fracture occur
shaft of the bone
hyaline cartilage covering
dense white fibrous covering of the bone
overload due to muscle contraction; altered stress distributi…
diaphysis
shaft of the bone
epiphysis
hyaline cartilage covering
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Athletic Training Test 4
What are three ways clavical fractures…
shoulder impingement
rotator cuff muscles
usual cause of coleis fracture?
fall on outstretched hand, fall on tip of shoulder, or direct…
it hurts raising it above 90* and is a mechanical compression…
super sponatous, inferior sponatous, terisminor, suascapularis
fall on outstretched arm, distal 1/3
What are three ways clavical fractures…
fall on outstretched hand, fall on tip of shoulder, or direct…
shoulder impingement
it hurts raising it above 90* and is a mechanical compression…
Athletic training test 4
3 ways clavicle fracture can occur?
Shoulder impingement 3 structures that…
What are the rotator cuff muscles?
clinical name for tennis elbow?
-falling on an out stretched arm... -a fall on the tip of the sh…
-supraspinatus tendon... -subcromial bursa... -and the long head of…
-supraspinatus... -subscalpularis... -infraspinatus... -teres minor
lateral epicondylitis
3 ways clavicle fracture can occur?
-falling on an out stretched arm... -a fall on the tip of the sh…
Shoulder impingement 3 structures that…
-supraspinatus tendon... -subcromial bursa... -and the long head of…
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Athletic Training Chapter 4
What does OSHA stand for?
When was OSHA established?
What is a bloodborn pathogen?
What are the basic provisions of OSHA?
Occupational Safety Health Administration
1992
Viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms that are carried i…
Identify employees covered ... Exposure plan... Methods of complian…
What does OSHA stand for?
Occupational Safety Health Administration
When was OSHA established?
1992
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Athletic Training Test 4
What are three ways that clavicle frac…
What are the three structures involved…
What are the rotator cuff muscles?
What is the medical term for tennis el…
- fall on the outstretched arm... - fall on the tip of the shoul…
- supraspinatus... - subacromial bursa... - long head of the biceps…
(SITS)... Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres minor, subscapularis
lateral epicondylitis
What are three ways that clavicle frac…
- fall on the outstretched arm... - fall on the tip of the shoul…
What are the three structures involved…
- supraspinatus... - subacromial bursa... - long head of the biceps…
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Athletic Training Chapter 1-4
Liability
SOAP Notes
Treatment log
Americans with Disabilities Act (1990)
State of being legally responsible for the harm one causes to…
Subjective (injury history)... Objective (eval)... Assessment (opin…
Sign in, daily treatment, protect against litigation, daily t…
Athletes make final decision, potential disqualification fact…
Liability
State of being legally responsible for the harm one causes to…
SOAP Notes
Subjective (injury history)... Objective (eval)... Assessment (opin…
Athletic training test 4
3 ways clavicle fracture can occur?
Shoulder impingement 3 structures that…
What are the rotator cuff muscles?
clinical name for tennis elbow?
-falling on an out stretched arm... -a fall on the tip of the sh…
-supraspinatus tendon... -subcromial bursa... -and the long head of…
-supraspinatus... -subscalpularis... -infraspinatus... -teres minor
lateral epicondylitis
3 ways clavicle fracture can occur?
-falling on an out stretched arm... -a fall on the tip of the sh…
Shoulder impingement 3 structures that…
-supraspinatus tendon... -subcromial bursa... -and the long head of…
Chapter 4-Athletic Training
Abduction
Abrasion
Adduction
Aids
Movement away from the body, increasing the angle
A minor wound in which skin surface is robbed or scraped
Movement toward the body, decreasing the angle
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Abduction
Movement away from the body, increasing the angle
Abrasion
A minor wound in which skin surface is robbed or scraped
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Athletic Training chapter 4
Therapeutic exercise is ..
CSCS by the ...
Principles of Conditioning
SAID principle
restoring normal body function
National strength and conditioning association (NSCA)
Safety, Warm up/cool down, motivation, overload,consistency,…
specific adapatiations to imposed demands. Body can take on s…
Therapeutic exercise is ..
restoring normal body function
CSCS by the ...
National strength and conditioning association (NSCA)
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Advanced Athletic Training Test 4
The scapula fossa that articulates wit…
The most important and most commonly i…
Which of the following muscles is not…
In which phase of the throwing motion…
B
C
D
C
The scapula fossa that articulates wit…
B
The most important and most commonly i…
C
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Chapter 4 Athletic training terminology
Universal precautions
Contamination
Transmission of disease
Blood-borne pathogens
Guidelines established for the prevention of the spread of in…
The process of infection.
Methods by which disease can be transferred from one individu…
Those microorganisms that are carried in the blood throughout…
Universal precautions
Guidelines established for the prevention of the spread of in…
Contamination
The process of infection.
athletic training 4
with an elbow injury, where would you…
How should a fractured phalange be spl…
Name the two muscles that are the main…
Injury to what nerve causes paresthesi…
Colles' Fracture
inflextation around a gauze roll or a curved splint to avoid…
flexor cupiradialis... flexor corpulneris
ulnar collateral
with an elbow injury, where would you…
Colles' Fracture
How should a fractured phalange be spl…
inflextation around a gauze roll or a curved splint to avoid…
34 terms
Athletic Training Exam 4
What are the four main ligaments of th…
What are the stability tests for each…
What is illiotibial band syndrome?
What injury is most likely when the at…
-MCL-medial collateral ligament ... -LCL-lateral collateral liga…
-determine instability by finding the endpoint feel of stretc…
-overuse injury of the connective issues that are located on…
-ACL
What are the four main ligaments of th…
-MCL-medial collateral ligament ... -LCL-lateral collateral liga…
What are the stability tests for each…
-determine instability by finding the endpoint feel of stretc…
Athletic training test 4
knee
MCL tear is caused by a ____ ____, don…
LCL tear is ___, and caused by a ___ ___
PCL tear is caused by _________, don't…
knee
Valgus Force
RARE, Varus force
hyperextension
knee
knee
MCL tear is caused by a ____ ____, don…
Valgus Force
139 terms
Athletic training test 4
Normal Phases (2)
Normal phase Foot. Stance
Normal phase Foot. Swing
Excessive Pronation Foot
1. Stance or support phase which starts at initial heel strik…
Accounts for 60% of gait cycle... Involves weight bearing in clo…
Period of non-weight bearing... Three periods... Initial swing... Mid…
Major cause of stress injuries due to overload of structures…
Normal Phases (2)
1. Stance or support phase which starts at initial heel strik…
Normal phase Foot. Stance
Accounts for 60% of gait cycle... Involves weight bearing in clo…
Athletic Training (4): Facial Injuries
eye guards and mouth guards
Often bleed heavily because the face h…
18;... 1. Maxillae - two bones of the up…
(In the sphenoid bone)... -Become stuffe…
What are two types of protective equipment that can be very b…
Why will facial lacerations bleed a lot?
How many bones are in the face and what are the 4 major bones…
What are the sinuses?
eye guards and mouth guards
What are two types of protective equipment that can be very b…
Often bleed heavily because the face h…
Why will facial lacerations bleed a lot?
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Athletic Training- History of AT, SOP, SM Team
1950
1959
1969
1970
national AT association began
guidelines for AT programs began
Board of Certification (BOC) began
Certification of AT's began
1950
national AT association began
1959
guidelines for AT programs began
84 terms
Athletic Training 2100 Test #4
initial contact
loading response
midstance
terminal stance
initial contact
loading response
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