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42 terms
Sports Medicine
Flexion
Extension
Adduction
Abduction
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed)
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)
bringing an extremity, hand or foot, to the body
taking an extremity, hand or foot, from the body
Flexion
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed)
Extension
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)
13 terms
sports medicine
Superior
Inferior
Medial
Lateral
towards the head (above)
towards the feet (below)
towards the mid line of the body (inside)
away from the mid line of the body (outside)
Superior
towards the head (above)
Inferior
towards the feet (below)
86 terms
Sports Medicine
Flexion
Extension
Adduction
Abduction
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed) ... also bending a body…
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)... also straightening a…
bringing an extremity, hand or foot, to the body
taking an extremity, hand or foot, from the body
Flexion
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed) ... also bending a body…
Extension
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)... also straightening a…
12 terms
Sports Medicine - Muscles of the Knee
Sartorius
Rectus femoris
Vastus lateralis
Vastus medialis
Sartorius
Rectus femoris
18 terms
Sports Medicine Injury Vocabulary
Effusion
Etiology
Ecchymosis
Abrasion
Swelling within a joint cavity
Pertaining to the cause of a condition
Black and blue discoloration due to a hemorrhage
An open wound, road burn or rug burn in which the outer layer…
Effusion
Swelling within a joint cavity
Etiology
Pertaining to the cause of a condition
Sports Medicine 2 - Muscles
trapezius
gluteus maximus
vastus lateralis
vastus medialis
posterior/superior
posterior
quadricep/lateral/inferior
quadricep/medial/inferior
trapezius
posterior/superior
gluteus maximus
posterior
438 terms
Sports Medicine Final Review
Coach
Athlete
Parents
Team Physician
Member of the sports medicine team... Responsible for first aid…
Member of the sports medicine team... Should be well informed ab…
Member of the sports medicine team... Important especially with…
Member of the sports medicine team... Assists the athletic train…
Coach
Member of the sports medicine team... Responsible for first aid…
Athlete
Member of the sports medicine team... Should be well informed ab…
27 terms
Sports Medicine Careers
Surgical Technician
Orthopedic Surgeon
Chiropractor
Sports Psychologist
member of the operation room team who assists in the surgical…
a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseas…
specializes in the treatment of disorders originating from mi…
helps athletes improve their focus, increase motivation, and…
Surgical Technician
member of the operation room team who assists in the surgical…
Orthopedic Surgeon
a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseas…
175 terms
Sports Medicine
Sports medicine
jobs under the sports medicine field a…
Athletic Trainer
Physician
A Field that deals with health and well being of an athlete.
Athletic Trainer... Physician... Physician's assistant... Physical The…
At all events; very hands on
Doctor
Sports medicine
A Field that deals with health and well being of an athlete.
jobs under the sports medicine field a…
Athletic Trainer... Physician... Physician's assistant... Physical The…
38 terms
sports medicine
ballistic stretch
anaerobic
aerobic
isometric contraction
quick strech
weight lifting and sprinting (don't use oxygen)
long distance running (do use oxygen)
no change in muscle length
ballistic stretch
quick strech
anaerobic
weight lifting and sprinting (don't use oxygen)
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
32 terms
Sports Medicine
Direct Injury
Indirect Injury
Soft Tissue Injuries
Hard Tissue Injuries
an injury sustained at the site of external force. For exampl…
an injury sustained from an internal force. For example pulle…
injuries to any type of body tissue other than bone and teeth…
include fractures, dislocations and loss of teeth. That is, a…
Direct Injury
an injury sustained at the site of external force. For exampl…
Indirect Injury
an injury sustained from an internal force. For example pulle…
25 terms
Sports Medicine
Subscapularis
Infraspanatus
Supraspinatus
Teres Minor
Subscapularis
Infraspanatus
Sports Medicine
Cervical Vertabrae (1-7)
Base of Skull
Maxilla
Mandible
C1=Atlas ; C2=Axis
Occipital Lobe
Upper jaw
Lower jaw
Cervical Vertabrae (1-7)
C1=Atlas ; C2=Axis
Base of Skull
Occipital Lobe
631 terms
Sports Medicine
Coach
Responsible for first aid care of athl…
Athlete
Should be well informed about their in…
Member of the sports medicine team
...
Member of the sports medicine team
...
Coach
Member of the sports medicine team
Responsible for first aid care of athl…
...
21 terms
Sports Medicine
Exposure Control Plan
Engineering Controls
Work Practice Controls
OSHA
This is provided to eliminate or minimize occupational exposu…
Controls that isolate or remove the bloodborne pathogens haza…
Controls that reduce the likelihood of exposure by altering t…
Occupational Safety & Health Administration: Regulatory agenc…
Exposure Control Plan
This is provided to eliminate or minimize occupational exposu…
Engineering Controls
Controls that isolate or remove the bloodborne pathogens haza…
56 terms
Sports Medicine
National Athletic Trainer's Association
Certified Athletic Trainer
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
Pre-participation Exam
NATA
ATC
HIPAA
PPE (not the supplies)
National Athletic Trainer's Association
NATA
Certified Athletic Trainer
ATC
36 terms
Sports Medicine
Macule
Patch
Papule
Plaque
not raised, 1cm or less
not raised, greater than 1cm
raised, 1cm or less
flat elevation, greater than 1 cm
Macule
not raised, 1cm or less
Patch
not raised, greater than 1cm
Sports Medicine
Allied health profession
Athlete's Bill of Rights
Hippocratic Oath
Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC)
Any area of health care that contributes to or assists the pr…
Policies and standard for fair treatment of athletes.
An ancient declaration that has become a fundamental part of…
A professional involved in the prevention, recognition, evalu…
Allied health profession
Any area of health care that contributes to or assists the pr…
Athlete's Bill of Rights
Policies and standard for fair treatment of athletes.
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
50 terms
Sports Medicine
Ways to classify sports injuries
Soft tissue injuries
Hard tissue injuries
assessment of injuries
direct and indirect... soft and hard tissue... overuse
tears, sprains, contusions... skin abrasions, lacerations, blist…
fractures... dislocation
TOTAPS
Ways to classify sports injuries
direct and indirect... soft and hard tissue... overuse
Soft tissue injuries
tears, sprains, contusions... skin abrasions, lacerations, blist…
Sports Medicine
bio
physio
neuro
path
life/living
nature
nerve
disease
bio
life/living
physio
nature
18 terms
Sports medicine
Abduction
Extension
Posterior
Anatomical position
Movement away from the midline of the body
Unbending movement around a joint, increasing angle
Back of the body
Standing posture wth arms at side, palms forward
Abduction
Movement away from the midline of the body
Extension
Unbending movement around a joint, increasing angle
80 terms
Sports Medicine Review
NATA
Sports Medicine Team
EMPLOYMENT SETTINGS FOR CERTIFIED ATHL…
SPRAIN
National Athletic Trainers Association... Founded 1950... Certifi…
Doctor, Athletic Trainer, Coach ... Physical trainer, stength a…
Professional Sports, Colleges,... High Schools, Physical The…
Stretching or tearing of a ligament
NATA
National Athletic Trainers Association... Founded 1950... Certifi…
Sports Medicine Team
Doctor, Athletic Trainer, Coach ... Physical trainer, stength a…
49 terms
sports medicine
what are the 2 (pairs) motions of the…
which 3 bones make up the elbow
lateral gondyle is where
capitellum is where
flexion/extension... supination/pronation
humerus, radius, ulna
left of capitellum, in elbow
circular, right of lateral gondyle, next to head, in elbow
what are the 2 (pairs) motions of the…
flexion/extension... supination/pronation
which 3 bones make up the elbow
humerus, radius, ulna
125 terms
Sports Medicine Vocab
anatomy
physiology
kinesiology
neurology
the structural makeup of the human body or any of its parts
the function of the human body's systems
the study of the principles of body mechanics and anatomy as…
the study of the nervous systems and its conditions
anatomy
the structural makeup of the human body or any of its parts
physiology
the function of the human body's systems
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
12 terms
Sports Medicine - Knee Injuries
Anterior cruciate ligament sprain, (al…
Torn Knee Meniscus
Knee Plica
Knee Joint Contusion
stiffness, point tenderness, swelling, no ROM, joint laxity,…
knee locking, giving away, diagnosis by MRI, surgery/scope re…
Synovial knee cavities are not absorbed as an infant to becom…
Suffers a blow against the muscles crossing the knee. Leads t…
Anterior cruciate ligament sprain, (al…
stiffness, point tenderness, swelling, no ROM, joint laxity,…
Torn Knee Meniscus
knee locking, giving away, diagnosis by MRI, surgery/scope re…
42 terms
sports medicine vocab
medial
lateral
anterior
posterior
inside
outside
front
back
medial
inside
lateral
outside
Sports Medicine - Knee Anatomy
anterior cruciate ligament
posterior cruciate ligament
medial meniscus
lateral meniscus
anterior cruciate ligament
posterior cruciate ligament
188 terms
Sports Medicine HOSA
People who work in sports medicine mus…
When an athletic trainer keeps thoroug…
Which of the following is true about e…
Parents or guardians who are behaving…
anatomy
establishes the athlete's assumption of risk
They are essential for bringing about the best sports experie…
support all the participants in an athletic contest
People who work in sports medicine mus…
anatomy
When an athletic trainer keeps thoroug…
establishes the athlete's assumption of risk
Sports Medicine Terminology #2
Acute
Atrophy
Bursa
Bursitis
Characterized by rapid onset, resulting from a traumatic event.
Decrease in size of muscle or tissue.
Small synovial sac located over bony prominences that aids in…
Inflammation of a bursa.
Acute
Characterized by rapid onset, resulting from a traumatic event.
Atrophy
Decrease in size of muscle or tissue.
20 terms
Sports Medicine - Foot
Foot Fractures
Calcaneal Stress Fracture
Severs Disease (apophysitis of the Cal…
Retrocalcaneal Bursitis
Feels pain with weight bearing, swelling, heard snapping, X-r…
Pain with weight especially on heel strike in running, pain s…
Traction injury with Pain at posterior heel below achilles te…
Pain around bursae of achilles. Swelling on both sides of hee…
Foot Fractures
Feels pain with weight bearing, swelling, heard snapping, X-r…
Calcaneal Stress Fracture
Pain with weight especially on heel strike in running, pain s…
10 terms
HOSA: Sports Medicine: Careers
team doctor
family doctor
physician assistant (PA)
physical therapist (PT)
a physician who specializes in sports medicine and helps the…
the primary physician in the care of the athlete; works in co…
mid-level health care practitioner who works interdependently…
health care specialist who is responsible for performing trea…
team doctor
a physician who specializes in sports medicine and helps the…
family doctor
the primary physician in the care of the athlete; works in co…
52 terms
Sports Medicine
Carcin/o
Cardi/o
Cis/o
Dermat/o
Cancer
Heart
To cut
Skin
Carcin/o
Cancer
Cardi/o
Heart
86 terms
Sports Medicine
Flexion
Extension
Adduction
Abduction
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed) ... also bending a body…
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)... also straightening a…
bringing an extremity, hand or foot, to the body
taking an extremity, hand or foot, from the body
Flexion
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed) ... also bending a body…
Extension
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)... also straightening a…
Sports Medicine
Clavicle
Scapula
3 land marks on the scapula
Humurous
...
...
...
...
Clavicle
...
Scapula
...
Sports Medicine
Complete or incomplete (fracture)
Greenstick (fracture)
Comminuted (fracture)
Stress (fracture)
does not break thru skin
incomplete break that occurs in kids
whole bone shatters or three or more pieces of the bone come…
small or incomplete break from overuse
Complete or incomplete (fracture)
does not break thru skin
Greenstick (fracture)
incomplete break that occurs in kids
42 terms
Sports Medicine
Flexion
Extension
Adduction
Abduction
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed)
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)
bringing an extremity, hand or foot, to the body
taking an extremity, hand or foot, from the body
Flexion
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed)
Extension
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)
Sports Medicine
Flexion
Extension
Adduction
Abduction
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed)
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)
bringing an extremity, hand or foot, to the body
taking an extremity, hand or foot, from the body
Flexion
decreasing angle of a joint (now closed)
Extension
opening a joint (increasing) (now open)
73 terms
Emergency Care Sports Medicine
abrasions
ambulate
amputations
anaphylactic shock
wounds in which the top layer of skin is rubbed or scraped of…
to walk
wounds in which a body part, such as a toe, hand, or finger,…
caused by a severe allergic reaction, which causes blood vess…
abrasions
wounds in which the top layer of skin is rubbed or scraped of…
ambulate
to walk
55 terms
Sports Medicine
Physis
Epiphysis
Apophysis
Valgus
AKA the growth plate... Composed of chondrocytes and surrounded…
Between growth plate and joint... Usually entirely cartilaginous…
Secondary center of ossification that's extra-articular... Locat…
Reference to angulation of bones at shafts or joints... Occurs w…
Physis
AKA the growth plate... Composed of chondrocytes and surrounded…
Epiphysis
Between growth plate and joint... Usually entirely cartilaginous…
38 terms
Sports Medicine
Abrasions
Lacerations
Punctures
Incisions
an area damaged by scraping or wearing away
a deep cut or tear in skin or flesh
An injury that is caused by a pointed object that pierces or…
a surgical cut made in skin or flesh
Abrasions
an area damaged by scraping or wearing away
Lacerations
a deep cut or tear in skin or flesh
Sports medicine
Why are policies needed?
The different types of documentation
Sports medicine
Code of ethics
Needed to keep each individual player safe and keep helpful r…
Injury and treatment logs, personal information cards, injury…
Many different areas of sports related to both performance an…
NATA~ high standards of conduct and integrity
Why are policies needed?
Needed to keep each individual player safe and keep helpful r…
The different types of documentation
Injury and treatment logs, personal information cards, injury…
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
Sports Medicine
Chiropractor
Family Physicians
Team Physicians
Sports Medicine Professions
-Spinal Manipulation
-Supervise Long term care
-Refer Athletes to family physicians... -Monitor Progress
-Family Physician... -Specialists... -Chiropractor... -School Nurse
Chiropractor
-Spinal Manipulation
Family Physicians
-Supervise Long term care
Sports Medicine- Medical Conditions
Vertigo
Myalgia
Gastroenteritis
Gastritis
Dizziness that affects balance
Muscle pain
Inflammation of stomach and intestines
Inflammation of the stomach
Vertigo
Dizziness that affects balance
Myalgia
Muscle pain
16 terms
Sports Medicine
Sports Nutritionist
Family and team physician
Athlete's Circle of Care
Physician assistant (PA)
Designs special diets to enhance athletic performance
the primary physician caring for the athlete
all individual involved in the care of the athlete
a practitioner working interdependently with the physician
Sports Nutritionist
Designs special diets to enhance athletic performance
Family and team physician
the primary physician caring for the athlete
7 terms
Sports Medicine
Bursitis
Calcification
Cartilage
Chronic
Inflammation of the bursa
hardening by deposits of bone in the muscle tissue
gristle like padding that lies on or between bones
of long duration or frequent recurrence
Bursitis
Inflammation of the bursa
Calcification
hardening by deposits of bone in the muscle tissue
11 terms
Sports Medicine
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
toward the head
toward the lower part of the body
toward the front of the body
toward the back of the body
Superior
toward the head
Inferior
toward the lower part of the body
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