Sports Medicine

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Mind Map on Sports Medicine, created by zsallyv on 08/02/2014.

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Sports Medicine
1 How are Spots injuries classified and managed
1.1 Ways to classify sports injuries
1.1.1 Direct and indirect
1.1.2 Soft and hard tissue
1.1.3 Overuse
1.2 Soft tissue injuries
1.2.1 Tears, Sprains, contusions
1.2.2 Skin abrasions, lacerations, blisters
1.2.3 inflammatory response
1.3 Hard tissue injuries
1.3.1 Fractures
1.3.2 Dislocation
1.4 Assessment of injury
1.4.1 TOTAPS
2 How does sport medicine address the demands of specific athletes?
2.1 Children and young athletes
2.1.1 Medical conditions: asthma, diabetes, epilepsy
2.1.2 Overuse injuries (stress fractures)
2.1.3 Thermoregulation
2.1.4 Appropriateness of resistance training
2.2 Adult and aged athletes
2.2.1 Heart conditions
2.2.2 Fractures/bone density
2.2.3 Flexibility/joint mobility
2.3 Female athletes
2.3.1 Eating disorders
2.3.2 iron deficiency
2.3.3 Bonde density
2.3.4 Pregnancy
3 What role do preventative actions play in enhancing the wellbeing of the athlete
3.1 Physical preparation
3.1.1 Pre-screening
3.1.2 Skills and technique
3.1.3 Physical fitness
3.1.4 Warm-up,stretching and cool down
3.2 Sports policy and the sports environment
3.2.1 Rules of sport and activities
3.2.2 Modified rules for children
3.2.3 Matching of opponents (growth and development, skill level
3.2.4 Use of protective equipment
3.2.5 Safe grounds, equipment and facilities
3.3 Environmental considerations
3.3.1 Temperature regulation (convection, radiation, conduction, evaporation)
3.3.2 Climatic conditions (Temperature, humidity, wind, rain, altitude, pollution
3.3.3 Guidelines for fluid intake
3.3.4 Acclimatisation
3.4 Taping and bandaging
3.4.1 Preventative taping
3.4.2 Taping for isolation of injury
3.4.3 Bandaging for immediate treatment of injury
4 How is injury rehabilitation managed?
4.1 Rehabilitation Procedures
4.1.1 Progressive mobilisation
4.1.2 Graduated exercise (stretching, conditioning, total body fitness)
4.1.3 Training
4.1.4 Use of heat and cold
4.2 Return to play
4.2.1 Indicators of readiness for return to play (pain free, degree of mobility)
4.2.2 Monitoring progress (pre-test and post test)
4.2.3 Psychological readiness
4.2.4 Specific warm up procedures
4.2.5 Return to plat policies and procedures
4.2.6 Ethical considerations (pressure to participate, use of painkillers
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