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Sports Medicine
sports nutritionist
family and team doctor
athlete's circle of care
Physician assistant (PA)
Designs special diets to enhance athletic performance.
the primary physician caring for the athlete
all individuals involved in the care of athlete
a practitioner working interdependently with the physican
sports nutritionist
Designs special diets to enhance athletic performance.
family and team doctor
the primary physician caring for the athlete
15 terms
Sports Medicine
aden
adip
anter
caud
gland
fat
before, front
lower part of the body
aden
gland
adip
fat
21 terms
Sports medicine
Code pink
Code black
RACE
PASS
Missing child
Bomb
rescue/remove , alarm , contain and extinguish/evacuate
pull, aim ,squeeze and sweep
Code pink
Missing child
Code black
Bomb
130 terms
Sports Medicine
A- , an-
Ab-
Acou-
Acr-, Acro-
Not having enough; anemia, aneoaerobic
Not being there; abduction, addiction
Hearing; acoustic
Extreme or extremity; acrobatic
A- , an-
Not having enough; anemia, aneoaerobic
Ab-
Not being there; abduction, addiction
39 terms
Sports medicine
Re
Rect
Retro
Rhin
Back
Straight
Behind, backward
Chin
Re
Back
Rect
Straight
70 terms
Sports Medicine
4. cervical curve, thoracic curve, lum…
Ooh ooh ooh to touch and feel very goo…
Pupils,Equal,And,Reactive,Reaction
Olfactory, smell test
How many sections of the spine are there?
What is the phrase used to remember the 12 cranial nerves?
What is PEARL?
What is the name of the first cranial nerve?
4. cervical curve, thoracic curve, lum…
How many sections of the spine are there?
Ooh ooh ooh to touch and feel very goo…
What is the phrase used to remember the 12 cranial nerves?
28 terms
Sports Medicine
Focus Question 1
Ways to Classify Sports Injuries
Soft Tissue Injuries
Manage Soft Tissue Injuries
How are sports injuries classified and managed?
Verb: identify... Direct and indirect... Soft and hard tissue ... Over…
Tears/sprains/contusions ... Skin abrasions/lacerations/blisters…
RICER ... Immediate treatment of skin injuries
Focus Question 1
How are sports injuries classified and managed?
Ways to Classify Sports Injuries
Verb: identify... Direct and indirect... Soft and hard tissue ... Over…
42 terms
Sports Medicine
Hippocrates
James Robinson
Strength
Concentric
Father of Western Medicine
First Athletic Trainer
Ability of a muscle to produce force
Muscle shortens against resistance
Hippocrates
Father of Western Medicine
James Robinson
First Athletic Trainer
Sports Medicine
Heart
Atrium
Ventricle
Valves
muscle composed of 2 ventricle pumps
delivers blood to ventricles
left=body right=lungs
to prevent backflow
Heart
muscle composed of 2 ventricle pumps
Atrium
delivers blood to ventricles
23 terms
Sports Medicine HOSA- Knee
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Posterior Cruciate Ligament
Medial Collateral Ligament
Lateral Collateral Ligament
prevents anterior translation of the tibia on the femur; main…
prevents posterior translation of the tibia on the femur; lea…
long and thick; injured by a lateral blow; located on the med…
thin and small; injured by a medial blow; doesn't attach to m…
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
prevents anterior translation of the tibia on the femur; main…
Posterior Cruciate Ligament
prevents posterior translation of the tibia on the femur; lea…
Sports Medicine
Epimysium
Tendon
Bone Periosteum
Distal
connective tissue that is continuous with the tendon
bone attached to muscle
connective tissue that surrounds a bone
most distant point; furthest away from body
Epimysium
connective tissue that is continuous with the tendon
Tendon
bone attached to muscle
25 terms
Sports Medicine
Which ligaments are most commonly dama…
The inner 2/3rds of the meniscus is __…
What is a Bucket Handle tear?
How do you repair central tears?
ACL and MCL
Avascular
Displaced rim of meniscus. Can cause knee to be locked (loss…
You can't, you just debride the tissue.
Which ligaments are most commonly dama…
ACL and MCL
The inner 2/3rds of the meniscus is __…
Avascular
114 terms
Sports Medicine Competition
Liability
Negligence
Standard of reasonable care
Duty of care
The state of being legally responsible for the harm one cause…
The failure to use ordinary or reasonable care
Assumes that an individual is a person of reasonable and ordi…
a requirement that a person act toward others and the public…
Liability
The state of being legally responsible for the harm one cause…
Negligence
The failure to use ordinary or reasonable care
8 terms
Sports Medicine
12 educational competencies of an athl…
Five main principles of the athletic t…
What is the primary goal of the code o…
What is the athletic trainer code of e…
•Risk management... •Pathology of injuries... •Assessment... •Acute ca…
Member shall:... •Practice with compassion... • comply with the law…
To set the principles of moral behaviors
Sets standards that an Athletic Trainer carries out to profes…
12 educational competencies of an athl…
•Risk management... •Pathology of injuries... •Assessment... •Acute ca…
Five main principles of the athletic t…
Member shall:... •Practice with compassion... • comply with the law…
163 terms
Sports medicine
Dx
Hx
Fx
Sx
Diagnosis and dislocation
History
Fracture
Surgery signs symptoms
Dx
Diagnosis and dislocation
Hx
History
15 terms
Sports Medicine
Central sports medicine team
Peripheral sports medicine team
Podiatrist
Sports Psychologist
Team members that include the arhlete, coach, ATC, and team p…
Team members that include physical therapist, dentists, and c…
Specializes in the medical problems of the foot, ankle, and l…
Helps the athlete cope with injury
Central sports medicine team
Team members that include the arhlete, coach, ATC, and team p…
Peripheral sports medicine team
Team members that include physical therapist, dentists, and c…
30 terms
Sports Medicine: The Knee
Name the three bones that make up the…
What is the surgical removal of the me…
The patella is called the ______ bone…
What is "Jumpers Knee"?
Tibia, Femur, and Patella
Meniscectomy
Sesamoid
Patellar Tendonitis
Name the three bones that make up the…
Tibia, Femur, and Patella
What is the surgical removal of the me…
Meniscectomy
53 terms
Sports Medicine
Anterior
posterior
medial
lateral
toward the front of the body
toward the end of the body
middle of the body
side of the body, farther from the midline
Anterior
toward the front of the body
posterior
toward the end of the body
56 terms
Sports Medicine
itis
Emesis
Algia/dynia
Asis/osis
Inflamation of
Vomiting
Pain
Condition or ism
itis
Inflamation of
Emesis
Vomiting
37 terms
Sports Medicine
Anatomy
Athletic trainer
Kinesiology
Ligament
The study of the structural makeup of an animal or plant.
Responsible for prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of…
Study of movement
Connects bone to bone
Anatomy
The study of the structural makeup of an animal or plant.
Athletic trainer
Responsible for prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of…
36 terms
Sports medicine
Im
Inter
Intra
Iso
Not
Between
With
Equal
Im
Not
Inter
Between
26 terms
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…
36 terms
sports medicine
Atherosclerosis
Aneurysm
Bilateral Presence
Blood Pressure
hardening of blood vessels caused by deposits of fatty materi…
an area of a blood vessel that bulges because of a weakness i…
when you assess pulses, they should be found with in the same…
the force of the blood against the walls of the arteries
Atherosclerosis
hardening of blood vessels caused by deposits of fatty materi…
Aneurysm
an area of a blood vessel that bulges because of a weakness i…
Sports Medicine
Acetylcholine
All-or-none Principle
Twitch
Slow-Twitch
beurotransmitter, secreted by nerve with action potential
contracts at 100% or at 0%, doesn't fire all at once (lightsw…
brief contraction of muscle because of action potential
develops twitch force slowly
Acetylcholine
beurotransmitter, secreted by nerve with action potential
All-or-none Principle
contracts at 100% or at 0%, doesn't fire all at once (lightsw…
12 terms
Sports Medicine
flexion
extension
abduction
adduction
decreasing the angle between two body parts; bending the leg
increasing the angle between two body parts; straightening th…
movement away from the middle in; moving the arm up and later…
movement toward the midline; moving the arm medially and down
flexion
decreasing the angle between two body parts; bending the leg
extension
increasing the angle between two body parts; straightening th…
72 terms
Misc. Sports Medicine Final
Athlete's foot and jock itch
"chain" of fungal infections
Two categories of bacteria
What is HSV?
fungal infections
heat, darkness, moisture
staph and strep
herpes simplex virus (cold sore, for example)
Athlete's foot and jock itch
fungal infections
"chain" of fungal infections
heat, darkness, moisture
20 terms
Sports medicine
Bursa
Bursitis
Collagen
Concentric
small synovial sac located over bony prominences that aids in…
Inflammation of a bursa
The major protein of connective tissue
The muscle shortens while contracting against resistance
Bursa
small synovial sac located over bony prominences that aids in…
Bursitis
Inflammation of a bursa
20 terms
Sports Medicine I - Review Introductory Information
Transverse Plane
Posterior
Flexion
Abduction
The body plane which divides the body into equal upper and lo…
The view of the body which allows a person to view the back o…
The body movement that decreases the angle of between bones.
The movement of a body part away from the midline of the body
Transverse Plane
The body plane which divides the body into equal upper and lo…
Posterior
The view of the body which allows a person to view the back o…
67 terms
Sports Medicine
How manu credits are needed glt A.T's
Who is on the primary sports team
What are the classificiations of sports
What are examples of collision sports
40 credits every two years
Athletic trainer, physiscian and coach
Collision ... Contact ... Nom contct
Football ... Hocney ... Diving ... Boxingg
How manu credits are needed glt A.T's
40 credits every two years
Who is on the primary sports team
Athletic trainer, physiscian and coach
81 terms
Sports Medicine
retrocalcaneal bursitis
mechanism of retrocalcaneal bursitis
signs and symptoms of retrocalcaneal b…
care for retrocalcaneal bursitis
inflamation of tiny fluid-filled sac known as a pump bump
constant rubbing or pressure from the shoe and if rubbing con…
tenderness, swelling, warmth, redness, and palpable bony bump…
doughnut pad to disperse pressure and heel lift
retrocalcaneal bursitis
inflamation of tiny fluid-filled sac known as a pump bump
mechanism of retrocalcaneal bursitis
constant rubbing or pressure from the shoe and if rubbing con…
35 terms
sports medicine
what is an open wound
another word for traumatic injury
what is a closed wound
what is a common closed soft tissue in…
an injury involving an external or internal break in body tis…
acute
blunt force trauma causes a contusion
contusion
what is an open wound
an injury involving an external or internal break in body tis…
another word for traumatic injury
acute
10 terms
sports medicine
When counting the digits on your finge…
what digit is missing a middle phalange
what bone sits beneath the anatomical…
list 2 proper ways that you can preven…
5
1
scaphoid
proper form especially for repetitive motions... proper warm up…
When counting the digits on your finge…
5
what digit is missing a middle phalange
1
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
18 terms
Intro to Sports Medicine
Define the term Sports Medicine?
Define the term Athletic Training?
Define the term Exercise Science?
Define the term Team Physician?
Field of medicine concerned with athletic injuries, including…
Health care profession specializing in preventing, recognizin…
Study of movement and the associated functional responses and…
Individual ultimately responsible for supervising and directi…
Define the term Sports Medicine?
Field of medicine concerned with athletic injuries, including…
Define the term Athletic Training?
Health care profession specializing in preventing, recognizin…
18 terms
Sports Medicine chapter 3
Frontal
Sagittial
Transverse
Anatomical position
the plane that separates the body into front and back halves,…
the plane that divides the body into left and right halves, c…
the plane that divides the body into top and bottom halves, c…
palms facing forward, erect stance, arms at the side
Frontal
the plane that separates the body into front and back halves,…
Sagittial
the plane that divides the body into left and right halves, c…
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
31 terms
Sports medicine lower body muscles
Rectus femoris
Vastus latralis
Vastus medialis
Vastus intermedius
Rectus femoris
Vastus latralis
8 terms
SPORTS MEDICINE
monitor athletes conditioning and stre…
Sports medicine
Polio
Spinal manipulation
specialized fitness instructor
multidisciplinary approach to health care for athletes
Physical therapy high demand in 1950's
Treatment provided by chiropractor
monitor athletes conditioning and stre…
specialized fitness instructor
Sports medicine
multidisciplinary approach to health care for athletes
59 terms
Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine Team
Team Physician
Primary Care Physician
Certified Athletic Trainer
Physicians dentist podiatrist nurse PA PT AT massage therapis…
Specializes in sports medicine and helps the athlete maximize…
Family Doctor ... Better supervise long term care
Allied health care profession... Work under a physician ... Good ju…
Sports Medicine Team
Physicians dentist podiatrist nurse PA PT AT massage therapis…
Team Physician
Specializes in sports medicine and helps the athlete maximize…
15 terms
sports medicine
SC joint
SI (J)
SLR
SOAP
sternocalvicular joint
sacroiliac joint
straight leg raises
subjective, objective, assessment, plan
SC joint
sternocalvicular joint
SI (J)
sacroiliac joint
8 terms
Sports Medicine
debride
dermatome
diatolic
diplopia
removal of dirt and dead tissue from a wound
segmental skin area innervated by various segments of the spi…
the residual pressure when the heart in between beats
double vision
debride
removal of dirt and dead tissue from a wound
dermatome
segmental skin area innervated by various segments of the spi…
8 terms
Sports medicine
Metabolism
Nutrients
Cholesterol
HDL
the total chemical changes that take place in the body
substances that the body use and needs for metabolism
substance similar to fat, produced in the body, and consumed…
high density lipidprotiens- removes harmful bad cholesterol f…
Metabolism
the total chemical changes that take place in the body
Nutrients
substances that the body use and needs for metabolism
12 terms
Sports Medicine
Adaptation
Atrophy
Ballistic stretching
Cardiorespiratory conditioning
the process of the body getting accustomed to a particular ex…
decrease, in muscle mass
a form of passive stretching or dynamic stretching in a bounc…
Consists of aerobic exercise, elevated heart rate, and labore…
Adaptation
the process of the body getting accustomed to a particular ex…
Atrophy
decrease, in muscle mass
12 terms
Sports medicine
Anatomical position
Anterior
Posterior
Medial
Directly standing upwards
Near the front
Towards the rear
Towards the middle
Anatomical position
Directly standing upwards
Anterior
Near the front
23 terms
Sports medicine
Abrasion
Acclimatization
Acute
Aerobic
Scrape away minor wound
Adapting to an unfamiliar environment
Sudden onset abrupt
Requires oxygen
Abrasion
Scrape away minor wound
Acclimatization
Adapting to an unfamiliar environment
13 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, bli…
-fractures... -dislocation
-TOTAPS (Talk, Observe, Touch, Active and Passive movement, S…
ways to classify sports injuries
-direct and indirect... -soft and hard tissue... -overuse
soft tissue injuries
-tears, sprains, contusions... -skin abrasions, lacerations, bli…
20 terms
Sports Medicine
Depression
Diagnosis
Diaphysis
Diarthrosis
Relaxing or pushing shoulders down
Determining and identifying the problem
Shaft of bone
Highly movable joint
Depression
Relaxing or pushing shoulders down
Diagnosis
Determining and identifying the problem
18 terms
sports Medicine
Tension
compression
Bending
shearing
A force that pulls or stretches the tissue
A force that with enough energy crushes tissue
Compression and tension forces applied together upon a struct…
A force that moves parallel with tissue
Tension
A force that pulls or stretches the tissue
compression
A force that with enough energy crushes tissue
22 terms
Sports Medicine
C1 & C2
C3
C4
C5
Neck Flexion
Lateral Neck Flexion
Shoulder Elevaton
Shoulder ABDunction
C1 & C2
Neck Flexion
C3
Lateral Neck Flexion
67 terms
Sports medicine
Sports medicine
Athletic training
Sprain
Strain
An area of special services that apply medical and scientific…
Simply stated, athletic training is the prevention, recogniti…
Stretching or tearing of ligaments
Stretching or tearing of muscles
Sports medicine
An area of special services that apply medical and scientific…
Athletic training
Simply stated, athletic training is the prevention, recogniti…
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