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When you finish this chapter you should be able to. Recognize the historical foundations of athletic training. Identify the various professional organizations dedicated to athletic training and sports medicine. Differentiate the roles and responsibilities of the athletic trainer, the team physician, and the coach. Define evidence-based practice as it relates to the clinical practice of athletic training.
Clinical application scenarios covering professional role responsibilities. Click-and-drag question format covering professional organizations, BOC domains, and support personnel. Multiple-choice questions covering history of athletic training, employment settings, and certification and licensure for the athletic trainer. Athletic trainers are health care professionals who specialize in preventing, recognizing, managing, and rehabilitating injuries.
In cooperation with physicians, other allied health personnel, administrators, coaches, and parents, the athletic trainer functions as an integral member of the health care team in clinics, secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional sports programs, and other athletic health care settings. As you will see throughout the course of this text, athletic trainers provide a critical link between the medical community and individuals who participate in all types of physical activity Figure 1—1.
The field of athletic training provides a critical link between the medical community and the physically active individual. The certified athletic trainer is a highly educated and skilled professional specializing in health care for the physically active.
The drive to compete was important in many early societies. Sports developed over a period of time as a means of competing in a relatively peaceful and nonharmful way. Early civilizations show little evidence of highly organized sports.
Evidence indicates that in Greek and Roman civilizations there were coaches, trainers people who helped the athlete reach top physical condition , and physicians such as Hippocrates and Galen who assisted the athlete in reaching optimum performance.
Many of the roles that emerged during this early period are the same in modern sports. The history of athletic training draws on the disciplines of exercise, medicine, physical therapy, physical education, and sports. For many centuries after the fall of the Roman Forgot Password? Otherwise it is hidden from view. Forgot Username? About MyAccess If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus.
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Injuries happen, and when they do, athletes and coaches need to have access to quick support. With Sports Injuries Guidebook, Second Edition, you will be equipped with the information you need for sports injury identification and return-to-play guidelines. Robert Gotlin, a former medical consultant to the New York Knicks, the New York Liberty, the New York Yankees, and the New Jersey Nets, has assembled 24 top specialists in sports medicine to create an authoritative guide covering more than common sports injuries, including the following: Concussions Rotator cuff tears Knee injuries Bone fractures Ligament sprains Muscle strains and tears IT band syndrome Shin splits Chapters cover injuries for most body regions and include anatomical drawings of the injured area, a description of common causes, identification clues, an explanation of symptoms, immediate treatment options, and guidelines for returning to action. This second edition also features new chapters explaining how and why injuries happen, as well as different types of injection therapies and when they may be most beneficial. You'll also learn how to prevent injuries from occurring in the first place with proper conditioning, body maintenance, and nutrition. With high-quality illustrations and a user-friendly format, Sports Injuries Guidebook will arm you with the expert guidance you need to understand injuries and get back in the game.
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This book covers Sports Medicine, Athletic Training and Anatomy and Physiology in an easy to understand format that allows the reader to grasp functional concepts of the human boday and then apply this knowledge to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. Comprehensive chapters on nutrition, sports psychology, kinesiology and therapeutic modalities are also included. Readers will appreciate both the depth of the material covered and the ease in which it is presented. All of them were very interesting and different.
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Current Stock:. Quantity: Decrease Quantity: Increase Quantity:. Request a faculty copy: Faculty Copy. William Prentice and his contributors have combined their knowledge and expertise to produce a single text that encompasses all aspects of sports medicine rehabilitation. Featuring more than 1, full-color illustrations, high-resolution videos, and an integrated laboratory manual, this newly updated Seventh Edition provides the athletic trainer with a complete guide to the design, implementation, and supervision of rehabilitation programs here sport-related injuries. Rehabilitation Techniques for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, Seventh Edition is a comprehensive resource for athletic training students, faculty, and clinicians; physical Medicien who manage rehabilitation programs for sports-related injuries; as well as for strength and conditioning coaches who supervise performance enhancement programs on return to play. William E.
Schedules, etc. Rehab Protocol Forms Under Construction. Ankle Rehabilitation Protocol AnkleRehab. Athletic Department Telephone Listing. Schedules, Assignments, Lists, etc. Athletic Training Student Clinical Rotations. Spring 13 Sport Assignments.
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