ATP-214: Care, Treatment, and Prevention of Athletic Injuries Discussions.

ATP-214: Care, Treatment, and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

  • Under the umbrella of sports medicine, there are PTs, OTs, orthopedic surgeons, athletic trainers, and so on.
  • More specialized athletic training, collaboration with sports medicine
  • A physician who has the authority to override/make the ultimate decision.
  • qualities
    Healthcare provider: informed, empathic, communicative, patient calm and decisive under pressure Mindset towards progress, attention to detail
  • bilik
    1917 – The Trainer’s Bible – sports training
  • Sports medicine goods by Cramer First Aider 1932
  • The American MEd. Assoc. designated AT as a health-care profession in 1990.
  • NATA (National Athletic Trainers Assoc.) was founded in 1950 to create standards for professionalism, education, research, and practice environments; it also has a code of ethics.
  • 1950 \sdate NATA began without being dissolved.
  • BOC (Board of Certification) grants ATC certification; function of demarcation study; professional practice requirements; exam history
  • SyndromeA group of signs and symptoms that point to a certain injury or condition.
  • Pathology Injury-induced structural and functional alterations
  • Etiology The origin of a disease
  • Cause mechanism mechanical description
  • Specific condition Diagnosis
  • Prognosis Estimated result
  • Definitive and obvious sign
  • Changes in Symptoms Indicate Injury
  • SOAP stands for subjective, objective, assessment, and plan.
  • History, observation, palpation, and a particular test are all part of the HOPS procedure.
  • Hyperextension is limited by the iliofemoral ligament.
  • The pubofemoral ligament restricts abduction and hyperextension.
  • The ischiofemoral ligament limits extension.
  • anterior pelvic tilt “butt syndrome”; aids hip extension; tight hip flexors and back extensors, weak abs and hip extensors
  • A posterior pelvic tilt aids hip flexion; tight abs and hip extensors, weak back extensors and hip flexors
  • lordotic curve – postural curve as a result of AP tilt
  • flatback curve posture curvature caused by PP tilt
  • The femoral triangle is made up of femoral nerves, an artery, and a vein, as well as the inguinal ligament (superior), sartorius (lateral), and adductor longus (medial)
  • What is the function of the hip labrum?
    maintains the femoral head in the acetabulum
  • What exactly are hip ligaments?
    iliofemoral, pubofemoral, ischiofemoral, ligamentum teres, ligamentum teres, ligamentum teres, ligamentum teres, ligamentum teres, ligamentum
  • What exactly is the hip joint capsule?
    a dense fibrous capsule that protects the ligaments
  • Rectus femoris O stands for anterior inferior iliac spine.
    I: patellar tendon, tibial tuberosity
    Hip flexion (A)
  • Vastus lateralis
    O stands for greater trochanter of the femur.
    I: patellar tendon, tibial tuberosity
    A: Extend the knee and bend the hip.
  • Vastus Medialis
    The letter O stands for the anterior lateral shaft of the femur.
    I: patellar tendon, tibial tuberosity
    A: stretch the knee
  • Vastus medialis (Vastus Medialis)
    O: femoral linea aspera
    I: patellar tendon, tibial tuberosity
    A: stretch the knee
  • Which quadriceps muscle passes through the hip joint? Where does it connect?
    Sartorius, ilium in proximity to ASIS
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