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1

what qualities should athletic trainers have?

-sense of humor
-sympathy
-outgoing
-interest in sports
-able to communicate well
-organized

2

how do athletic trainers educate?

students and athletes

3

what do athletic trainers have to do?

•Prevent
•Education
•Rehabilitation
•First-aid
•Paperwork
•Treat

P E R F P T

4

how do athletic trainers do paperwork?

records of treatment

5

how do athletic trainers use first-aid?

band-aid

6

how do athletic trainers have to rehabilitate?

-decrease swelling
-increase Range Of Motion (ROM)

7

how do athletic trainers have to treat?

Ice
Heat

8

how do athletic trainers have to prevent?

Physicals, Brace tape, Strengthen muscles

9

what is athletic training?

the care and prevention of athletic injuries

10

on the surface of the skin

superficial

11

something deep in your body

deep

12

below

inferior

13

away from the middle line of the body

lateral

14

middle line of the body

medial

15

behind

posterier

16

in front of

anterior

17

above

superior

18

holds bones to bones

ligament

19

what people are classified under 'sports medicine'?

anyone responsible for the athlete.
-dentists
-parents
-coach
-doctor
-orthopedic
-athletic trainer
-athlete

20

an injury that just happened, something small

acute injury

21

what are some examples of an acute injury?

a strain
a sprain
dislocation
a fraction

22

what does RICE stand for?

R- rest
I- ice
C- compression
E- elevation

23

muscle to bone tissue

tendon

24

pointing of toes

Plantar Flexion

25

how is planter flexion caused?

Gastrocnemis

26

pulling toes toward face

Dorsal flexion

27

what is Dorsal Flexion caused by?

Anterior Tibialis

28

What is inversion?

Rolling the ankle so foot is pointing medial

29

what is eversion?

Rolling the ankle so foot is pointing lateral

30

Name 4 Ligaments

Anterior Talofibular
Posterior Talofibular
Calcaneo fibular
Deltoid