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77 terms
Athletic Training Upper Extremity
Bones of the Scapula
Bones of the Humerus
Bones of the Clavicle
Acromion Clavicular Joint (AC Joint)
Inferior/Superior Angles... Spine... Coracoid Process... Infra/Supra s…
1. Head... 2. Great/lesser tuberosity... 3. Surgical neck... 4. Bicepi…
1. Lazy s... 3. Sternal end... 4. Acromian end... 5. Clavicular Process
Joint in the shoulder... The AC ligaments tie them together
Bones of the Scapula
Inferior/Superior Angles... Spine... Coracoid Process... Infra/Supra s…
Bones of the Humerus
1. Head... 2. Great/lesser tuberosity... 3. Surgical neck... 4. Bicepi…
Athletic Training: upper body
Joints
Fingers:
Wrist
Elbow:
Fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders
flexion, extension, abduction, adduction
extension, radial deviation, ulnar deviation, pronation, supi…
Flexion, extension
Joints
Fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders
Fingers:
flexion, extension, abduction, adduction
27 terms
athletic training upper body
flexors of the shoulder
extensors of the shoulder
abductors of the shoulder
adductors of the shoulder
pectoralis major, biceps brachii, anterior deltoid, coracobra…
latissimus dorsi, teres major, posterior deltoid, triceps bra…
suraspinatus, middle deltoid, biceps brachii
latissimus dorsi, teres major, triceps brachii
flexors of the shoulder
pectoralis major, biceps brachii, anterior deltoid, coracobra…
extensors of the shoulder
latissimus dorsi, teres major, posterior deltoid, triceps bra…
51 terms
athletic training upper body
pectoralis major
anterior deltoid
Biceps Brachhi
coracobrachialis
flexor, extensor, adductor, inward rotator of the shoulder
flexor, inward rotator of the shoulder,
flexor, abductor, flexor of the elbow, supinator of the forearm
flexor
pectoralis major
flexor, extensor, adductor, inward rotator of the shoulder
anterior deltoid
flexor, inward rotator of the shoulder,
27 terms
athletic training upper body
flexors of the shoulder
extensors of the shoulder
abductors of the shoulder
adductors of the shoulder
pectoralis major, biceps brachii, anterior deltoid, coracobra…
latissimus dorsi, teres major, posterior deltoid, triceps bra…
suraspinatus, middle deltoid, biceps brachii
latissimus dorsi, teres major, triceps brachii
flexors of the shoulder
pectoralis major, biceps brachii, anterior deltoid, coracobra…
extensors of the shoulder
latissimus dorsi, teres major, posterior deltoid, triceps bra…
36 terms
Athletic training upper study
A third-degree sprain of the acromiocl…
Throwing with a chronic instability of…
The shoulder joint complex is made up…
Rupture of the biceps tendon is debili…
False
True
True
True
A third-degree sprain of the acromiocl…
False
Throwing with a chronic instability of…
True
28 terms
Athletic Training-Upper extremity
List the signs/symptoms an athlete may…
Explain the difference between tennis…
What is the joint at the tip of the fi…
What is the bone called that is found…
numbness... gross deformity... significant pain... suspected fracture
tennis-lateral... pitchers-medial
DIP
scaphoid
List the signs/symptoms an athlete may…
numbness... gross deformity... significant pain... suspected fracture
Explain the difference between tennis…
tennis-lateral... pitchers-medial
47 terms
student athletic training upper body
clavicle
manubrium
sternum
true ribs
collarbone
top of the sternum
chest bone
ribs connected to the sternum
clavicle
collarbone
manubrium
top of the sternum
29 terms
Athletic Training Upper Extremity Review
list the carpal bones.
how many carpal bones are in the wrist?
what is the joint at the tip of the fi…
what condition is phalan's test a test…
scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid,…
8
D.I.P
carpal tunnel
list the carpal bones.
scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid,…
how many carpal bones are in the wrist?
8
40 terms
Athletic Training- Upper Extremity Injuries
The Elbow (bones + joints)
The Elbow: Ligaments
Colles' Fracture
Scaphoid Fracture
Humerus & Radius... -Humeroulnar... -Humeroradial... -Proximal radioul…
Radial Collateral (valgus)... Ulnar Collateral (varus)... Annular (…
Transverse fracture of the distal radious/ulna... -Distal fragme…
Most commonly fractured carpal bone... Cause: FOOSH... Pain in the…
The Elbow (bones + joints)
Humerus & Radius... -Humeroulnar... -Humeroradial... -Proximal radioul…
The Elbow: Ligaments
Radial Collateral (valgus)... Ulnar Collateral (varus)... Annular (…
44 terms
Athletic Training Test on Upper Extremity Anatomy
Acromioclavicular joint
Carpals
Scaphoid
Lunate
Acromioclavicular joint
Carpals
104 terms
Athletic Training Exam 3: Upper Extremities
Shoulder: Humerus Bone
Scapular Bone contains
Shoulder: Acromian Porcess
Shoulder: Coracoid Process
Humeral head, greater and lessor trochanter, glenoid, bicipit…
acromian process, coroid process, scapula spine, and axial bo…
scapular attachment to the clavicle
Flat/ knotty bone- muscle (bicep and pecs) attachment on scap…
Shoulder: Humerus Bone
Humeral head, greater and lessor trochanter, glenoid, bicipit…
Scapular Bone contains
acromian process, coroid process, scapula spine, and axial bo…
12 terms
Athletic training Injuries to the Upper Arm & Elbow
Bones of the arm include:
Muscles:
Biceps brachii
Triceps
Humerus, Radius, Ulna
Upper arm
2 heads
3 heads
Bones of the arm include:
Humerus, Radius, Ulna
Muscles:
Upper arm
101 terms
Athletic Training
Physicals
Dexus
Pulse
Blood Pressure
Height... Weight... Pulse... BP... Temperature... Respirations
body fat % machine
Normal: 60-80... Brachial, radial, dorsal pedal (ankle), carotid
pressure of circulatory blood against the walls of the arteri…
Physicals
Height... Weight... Pulse... BP... Temperature... Respirations
Dexus
body fat % machine
86 terms
Athletic Training
NATA
CAATE
BOC
OTPTAT
advance the athletic training profession
accredits ATEP's
administer certification exam
licensure for Ohio AT's
NATA
advance the athletic training profession
CAATE
accredits ATEP's
71 terms
Athletic Training
cartilage
contusion
corn
dorsal aspect of foot
thick,smooth,flexible and slippery tissue layer that cover th…
An injury to the tissues under the skin that causes blood ves…
A small callused area of skin caused by local pressure that i…
...
cartilage
thick,smooth,flexible and slippery tissue layer that cover th…
contusion
An injury to the tissues under the skin that causes blood ves…
20 terms
Athletic Training Vocabulary #1
anatomy
kinesiology
physiology
anatomical position
the study of structure and form of a body
the study of human movement
the study of the functional processes of a body
standing, facing forward with arms at sides and palms facing…
anatomy
the study of structure and form of a body
kinesiology
the study of human movement
74 terms
Athletic Training
Gradual acclimatzation
Proximal
dampness
medial tibial stress syndrome
probably the single most effective method of avoiding heat st…
According to anatomical directions the elbow is __to the wrist
a combination of cold, wind, and _____predisposes an athlete…
what is the medical term for the catchall condition referred…
Gradual acclimatzation
probably the single most effective method of avoiding heat st…
Proximal
According to anatomical directions the elbow is __to the wrist
177 terms
Athletic Training
Therapeutic Modailities
What are kinds of therapeutic modaliti…
Indication
Contraindication
Any device used in the treatment of injury
Thermotherapy, cryotherapy, Electrical stimulating current, u…
a condition or factor that serves as a reason to perform a ce…
a condition or factor that serves as a reason to withhold a c…
Therapeutic Modailities
Any device used in the treatment of injury
What are kinds of therapeutic modaliti…
Thermotherapy, cryotherapy, Electrical stimulating current, u…
10 terms
Athletic training
liability
negligence
tort
standard of reasonable care
the state of being responsible fro something, especially by law
failure to take proper care in doing something
a wrongful act or an infringement of a right (other than unde…
the watchfulness, attention, caution and prudence that a reas…
liability
the state of being responsible fro something, especially by law
negligence
failure to take proper care in doing something
93 terms
Athletic Training
Avulsion fracture
Ball & Socket joint
Contusion
Ecchymosis
Fracture in which ligament tears off part of the bone
Glenohumeral joint
compression injury
tissue discoloration
Avulsion fracture
Fracture in which ligament tears off part of the bone
Ball & Socket joint
Glenohumeral joint
25 terms
Athletic training
Grade 1 ankle sprain
Grade 2 ankle sprain
Grade 3 ankle sprain
High ankle sprain ( syndesmotic)
Anterior talofibular fibular ligament
Anterior talofibular ligament and calcaneofibular ligaments
anterior/posterior talofibular, calcaneofibular, and the caps…
anterior tibofibular
Grade 1 ankle sprain
Anterior talofibular fibular ligament
Grade 2 ankle sprain
Anterior talofibular ligament and calcaneofibular ligaments
101 terms
Athletic Training
Physicals
Dexus
Pulse
Blood Pressure
Height... Weight... Pulse... BP... Temperature... Respirations
body fat % machine
Normal: 60-80... Brachial, radial, dorsal pedal (ankle), carotid
pressure of circulatory blood against the walls of the arteri…
Physicals
Height... Weight... Pulse... BP... Temperature... Respirations
Dexus
body fat % machine
15 terms
athletic training
rectus femoris
Sartorius
Iliopsoas
Gluteus Maximus
is one of the four quadriceps muscles of the human body.
a long, narrow muscle running obliquely across the front of e…
refers to the combination of the psoas major and the iliacus…
any of three muscles in each buttock that move the thigh, the…
rectus femoris
is one of the four quadriceps muscles of the human body.
Sartorius
a long, narrow muscle running obliquely across the front of e…
217 terms
Athletic Training
load
stress
strain
viscoelastic
singular force or group of outside or internal forces acting…
resistance to a load, can cause deformation of tissue
deformation
property of tissue with viscous and elastic properties—allows…
load
singular force or group of outside or internal forces acting…
stress
resistance to a load, can cause deformation of tissue
15 terms
Athletic Training
Hyperthermia
Conduction
Convection
radiation
A CONDITION IN WHICH THE BODY CORE TEMPERATURE RISES TO 101 D…
Heat transfer by direct contact
Heat transferred by the movement of fluids-liquids and gases
Energy that is radiated or transmitted in the form of rays or…
Hyperthermia
A CONDITION IN WHICH THE BODY CORE TEMPERATURE RISES TO 101 D…
Conduction
Heat transfer by direct contact
17 terms
Athletic Training Unit 1
Commission on Accreditation of Athleti…
Neurologist
Accident report
Informed Consent
The accrediting body of athletic training education programs
a physician who specializes in conditions of the nervous system
A form the is appropriate for documenting an injury that has…
giving permission to be treated
Commission on Accreditation of Athleti…
The accrediting body of athletic training education programs
Neurologist
a physician who specializes in conditions of the nervous system
11 terms
Athletic Training
Someone at risk for hamstring
Throwing phases
Rotator Cuff and Movements
Shoulder Joints
Sudden changes in direction... Inflexibility of the muscle... Imb…
Windup ... Cocking... Acceleration... Deceleration... Follow Through
Supraspinatus (External Rotation)... Infraspinatus (External Ro…
Sternoclavicular joint (SC Joint)... Acromioclavicular joint (A…
Someone at risk for hamstring
Sudden changes in direction... Inflexibility of the muscle... Imb…
Throwing phases
Windup ... Cocking... Acceleration... Deceleration... Follow Through
71 terms
Athletic Training
cartilage
contusion
corn
dorsal aspect of foot
thick,smooth,flexible and slippery tissue layer that cover th…
An injury to the tissues under the skin that causes blood ves…
A small callused area of skin caused by local pressure that i…
...
cartilage
thick,smooth,flexible and slippery tissue layer that cover th…
contusion
An injury to the tissues under the skin that causes blood ves…
9 terms
Athletic training
Ligaments
Tendons
Plantar flexion
Dorsi flexion
a short band of tough, flexible, fibrous connective tissue th…
a flexible but inelastic cord of strong fibrous collagen tiss…
movement the foot in which the foot or toes flex downward tow…
backward flexion of hand or foot.
Ligaments
a short band of tough, flexible, fibrous connective tissue th…
Tendons
a flexible but inelastic cord of strong fibrous collagen tiss…
15 terms
Athletic Training
Rectus femoris
Sartorius
Iliopsoas
Gluteus Maximus
is one of the four quadriceps muscles of the human body. The…
a long, narrow muscle running obliquely across the front of e…
combination of the psoas major and the iliacus at their infer…
any of three muscles in each buttock that move the thigh, the…
Rectus femoris
is one of the four quadriceps muscles of the human body. The…
Sartorius
a long, narrow muscle running obliquely across the front of e…
60 terms
Athletic Training
Ionizing range
Nonionizing range
Radiation
Conduction
where energy can readily alter the components of atoms
energy used in the management of musculoskeletal injuries
the transfer of energy in the form of radiant energy without…
is the direct transfer of energy between two objects in physi…
Ionizing range
where energy can readily alter the components of atoms
Nonionizing range
energy used in the management of musculoskeletal injuries
20 terms
Athletic Training Vocabulary #3
contrast bath
contraindicate
contusion
crepitus
a form of treatment that combines alternating hot and cold th…
to warn against a particular treatment
a bruise; a closed injury caused by a blow or crushing of tis…
a grating, grinding, or sticking sound or sensation
contrast bath
a form of treatment that combines alternating hot and cold th…
contraindicate
to warn against a particular treatment
12 terms
Athletic Training
Most important to the coaching staff a…
Appearance
Rehab
First aid management of an acute injury
Establishing a strong relationship
The first and often last empression is created by ones appear…
A program that is developed for an athlete who has an long-te…
The trainers role of immediate care for an athlete
Most important to the coaching staff a…
Establishing a strong relationship
Appearance
The first and often last empression is created by ones appear…
30 terms
Athletic Training
Liability
Negligence
Duty of Care
Torts
the state of being legally responsible for the harm one cause…
The failure to use ordinary or reasonable care
Part of an official job description
Legal wrongs committed against a person
Liability
the state of being legally responsible for the harm one cause…
Negligence
The failure to use ordinary or reasonable care
20 terms
Athletic Training Vocabulary #2
articulation
aspiration
atria
avulsion
a joint between bones
breathing in foreign material such as food, drink, or vomitus…
the two upper chambers of the heart
an open wound in which tissue is forcibly torn away from the…
articulation
a joint between bones
aspiration
breathing in foreign material such as food, drink, or vomitus…
58 terms
Athletic Training Terminology
Prognosis
Diagnosis
Etiology
Edema
forecast of the course of disease
determination of the nature of a disease or injury
cause of a disease or injury
swelling as a result of collection of fluid in connective tis…
Prognosis
forecast of the course of disease
Diagnosis
determination of the nature of a disease or injury
19 terms
Athletic Training
Ulna
Biceps
Bursa
Rotator cuff
Serves as a stationary axle for the movement of the wrist and…
This muscle causes flexion of the arm at the elbow
Closed, fluid filled sacs that serve as cushions against fric…
This SITS muscle group is more commonly known as the
Ulna
Serves as a stationary axle for the movement of the wrist and…
Biceps
This muscle causes flexion of the arm at the elbow
20 terms
Athletic Training Vocabulary #5
modality
myositis ossificans
necrosis
paraplegia
a method or apparatus used for treatment or therapy (i.e. an…
formation of calcium within muscle tissue
death of tissue
paralysis of the lower extremities
modality
a method or apparatus used for treatment or therapy (i.e. an…
myositis ossificans
formation of calcium within muscle tissue
66 terms
Athletic Training
Supination
Forearm positions
Moving up the arm
Moving down the arm
-Person stand up straight, arms by side, palms facing forward
Supine: radius and ulna are parallel, palms facing forward... P…
proximal
Distal
Supination
-Person stand up straight, arms by side, palms facing forward
Forearm positions
Supine: radius and ulna are parallel, palms facing forward... P…
5 terms
Athletic Training
What therapeutic exercise profession i…
Most, but not all, states require lice…
________________ is becoming a common…
An athletic trainer is a _____
*a. athletic training... b. occupational therapy... c. strength a…
True
a. Rehabilitation... b. Preventative habilitation... c. Pretherap…
a. kinesiology professional... *b. health care professional... c.…
What therapeutic exercise profession i…
*a. athletic training... b. occupational therapy... c. strength a…
Most, but not all, states require lice…
True
31 terms
Athletic training
Anterior
Posterior
Medial
Lateral
Front of body
Back of body
Toward the midline
Away from the midline
Anterior
Front of body
Posterior
Back of body
125 terms
Athletic Training
Anatomy
Physiology
Kinesiology
Axial skeleton
Study of structure or form
Study of function
Study of human movement
Bones of head, spine, ribs and sternum
Anatomy
Study of structure or form
Physiology
Study of function
22 terms
Athletic training
Achilles tendonitis
Achilles' tendon rupture
ACL sprain
Ankle sprain 1st degree
Overuse syndrome, creaky feeling, swelling
Loud pop, intense pain, knot in calf
Loud pop, pain varies
Mild pain, swelling
Achilles tendonitis
Overuse syndrome, creaky feeling, swelling
Achilles' tendon rupture
Loud pop, intense pain, knot in calf
15 terms
Athletic Training Vocabulary #6
sprain
strain
subluxation
supination
stretching or tearing of ligaments
stretching or tearing of a muscle or tendon
incomplete or partial displacement of a bone at a joint
turning upward (i.e. - turning the palm of the hand upward)
sprain
stretching or tearing of ligaments
strain
stretching or tearing of a muscle or tendon
53 terms
Athletic Training
Horizontal
Parallel
Perpendicular
Lateral
horiz
II
Upside down T
Lat
Horizontal
horiz
Parallel
II
85 terms
Athletic Training
Sports Medicine
Human Performance Occupations
Injury Management Occupations
Athletic Trainer
- Broad field of medical practices related to physical activi…
- Exercise Physiology... - Biomechanics... - Sport Psychology... - Spo…
- Practice of Medicine... - Sports PT... - AT
- Charged with injury prevention and health care provision fo…
Sports Medicine
- Broad field of medical practices related to physical activi…
Human Performance Occupations
- Exercise Physiology... - Biomechanics... - Sport Psychology... - Spo…
56 terms
athletic training
primary assessment
secondary assessment
sagital plane
frontal plane
run on field and see if scene is safe... conscious or unconsciou…
off field assessment... detailed evaluation... injury specifics... eva…
left vs right side
front and back halves
primary assessment
run on field and see if scene is safe... conscious or unconsciou…
secondary assessment
off field assessment... detailed evaluation... injury specifics... eva…
98 terms
Athletic Training Test 3
meninges
Layers of Meninges, DAP
Epistaxis
Nasal Cartilages
is the system of membranes which envelops the central nervous…
Bloody Nose
Upper Lateral Cartilages... Lower Lateral Cartilages
meninges
is the system of membranes which envelops the central nervous…
Layers of Meninges, DAP
76 terms
Athletic Training
Sports Medicine
CAATE
Mechanical Injury
Dorsal (posterior)
an umbrella term encompassing human performance and injury ma…
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
Results from force or mechanical energy that changes state of…
near the back
Sports Medicine
an umbrella term encompassing human performance and injury ma…
CAATE
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
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