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multidisciplinary field of healthcare; generic broad umbrella term encompassing a variety of medical and allied health professions

sports medicine

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includes exercise physiology,biomechanics, sport psychology, nutrition, and massage

human performance

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includes practice of medicine, athletic training and sports physical therapy

injury management

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___ ___ are the critical link between the sports programs and the medical community

athletic trainers

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athletic trainer 6 performance domains include:

-preventionof athletic injuries (stretchin,braces)
-recognition, evaluation, assessment
-immediate care
-treatment, rehab, &reconditioning
-organization/administration
-professional development&responsibility

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-oversees team weight training and conditioning needs
-certified by the National Strength and conditioning association
-most professional and collegiate teams employ at least one
-collab with athletic trainer on rehab

strength and conditioning coaches role

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reallizes limitations; injury prevention thru conditioning programs and skill progression; provide safe practice and game conditions; properly fit equip; CPR certification

role of the coach

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accurate and up to date; preparticipation physicals include medical history, physical exam, and orthopedic screening

record keeping

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NSACA stands for

national strength and conditioning association

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__ __ should be completed before the physical exam and updated every yr; carefully reviewed to disco er any special circumstances

medical history

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determines if potential athlete is at risk before participation; could reveal disqualifying conditions; in tx exams are required before jr high participation and first and third yrs of high school

physical exam

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HIPPA stands for

health insurance portability accountability act

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guarantees athletes have access to thier med info; control over what and how its released; provides clear records if med privacy is compromised but can be granted by a blanket authorization

medical records release

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FERPA stands for

family education rights and privacy act

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FERPA protects:

privacy of student educational records; giving parents certain rights to their children edu records until 18 or attend a school beyond high school

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being legally responsible for the harm one causes another person

liability

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using common sense approach to a situation and use due care

reasonable care

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the failure to use ordinary or reasonable care

negligence

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1.a duty of care existed btwn the injured party and the person caring for the injury
2.conduct by the caregiver fell short of standards
3.actions by defendant resulted in damages

3 things needed t establish negligence

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legal wrongs against the person or propery of another with 3 classes known as nonfeasance, malfeasance,and misfeasance

torts

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(act of omission) failing to perform a legal duty

nonfeasance tort

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(act of commision)committing an act that is not legally his/hers to perform

malfeasance tort

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improperly performing an act that is his or hers to perform

misfeasance tort

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provides limited protection to somone who volunteers to provide first aid and usually does not apply to a person who is trained and paid

good samaritan law

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establishes a length of time that an individual may sue for damages of negligence but varies from state to state/ generally btwn 1-3 yrs

statue of limitations

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assumes the risk of participating in an activity and understanding the dangers; can be expressed in form of a waiver; can be used as a defense against negligence; open to interpretation when a minor is involved

assumption of risk

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general insurance covers athletes illness, hospitalization, Emergency care; while ___ insurance pays for remaining medical bills once the personal insurance pays

secondary

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personal liability protects against damages that may arise from injuries on school property (civil cases) and lawsuits employe "shotgun approach"

catastrophic insurance for extreme cases (neck surgery) where NCAA activates @75,000 and high schools @ 10,000

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seasoning conditioning cycle throughout diff season of the yr

periodization

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transition period btwn competition ; prepatory period cross training and a progression frm low to high intensity

off season

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subbing alt activities for a sport that has value to the sport; helps prevent boredom

cross training

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specific adaptation to increase demands; states that the body will gradually adapt to increases in demands placed on it; critical for injury prevention by not pushing the body too far past its limitations

said principle

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-range of motion about a given join
-essential to successful physical performance

flexibility

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ballistic; dynamic; static; and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation

4 types of stretching

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uses repetitive bouncing motions

ballistic stretching

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employs movements that mimic movements that will be used in acitivty

dynamic stretching

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passively placing a muscle in a max stretch position and holding for 10-20 sec and repeating 3-4x

static stretching

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combines alternating contractions and stretches/ slow reversal hold relax, contract relax, hold relax, 10 sec push following by 10 sec release

PNF stretching

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____is safer than ballistic and dynamic

static

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the lumbopelvic-hip complex ; program designed to improved neuromuscular efficacy ; balance and movement

core stabilization

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-muscle length remains constant with force
-equip invovles immovable object
-used in early rehab phase
-hold muscle conraction for 10sec

isometric

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-muscle length changes with force
-most commonly used technique
-equip:dumbbells, barbells, tubing/bands
-employs concentric and eccentric contractions
-rest 60-90 sec

progressive resistance exercise

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repetition is number of times for specific movement usually 6-8 reps and set is number of repetitions which is usually _

3

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uses a quick eccentric stretch to facilitate a concentric contraction; hops, bends, depth jumping, medicine balls

plyometric

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50-60% ___ athletes have disordered eating

female

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ideal weight girls is 100lbs @5 ft + 5 lbs for each inch but boys are

100 lbs @5ft + 6lbs for each inch

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serving size of carbs should be the amount of your ___ (pasta multigrain; whole wheat; oatmeal;brownrice)

fist

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serving size is deck of cards/palm of hand....made up of amino acids; builds and repairs muscles, growth of hair/nails helps boost immunity (red meat, baked fish)

protein

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what should a plate look like?

50% carbs
30% fat
20% protein

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in ____ exercise both fat and carbs are used for fuel

aerobic

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low arch and highest motion control

mobile foot

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moderate arch and moderate motion control

neutral foot

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high arch and neutral motion control

rigid foot

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1.running, walking, and training
2.court shoes
3.field sport
4.winter sport
5.trackand field
6.specialty
7.outdoor sports

seven shoe categories

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if used 3x a week, shoe will last __ months

6

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NOCSAE equipement : football, baseball, softball

national operating committee on standards of athletic equipment

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HECC is

hockey equipment certification council

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ASTM (sets standards for hockey helmets and face masks)

american society for Testing Materials

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ear guards prevent ____ __ in wrestling

cauliflower ear

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3 types of ankle braces:

1.lace up
2.lace up with strap
3.rigid support

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knee brace types:

-rehab brace
-functional knee brace
-neoprene brace with medial and lateral support