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Who is responsible for designing, implementing and supervising a rehab program?
athletic trainer or physical therapists
What are the goals of a rehab program?
controlling swelling, reducing pain, restoring full range of motion, restoring muscle strength, endurance, power, reestablishing neuromuscular control, regaining balance, maintaining cardiorespiratory fitness, incorporating functional progressions.
ice packs?
at least 72 hours post injury.
types of functional testing?
for ankle: Bump test, anterior drawer test, talar tilt test.
For knee: varus stress test, lachman's test, apley's compression test.
other functional tests: agility runs, side stepping, vertical jumps, hopping for time or distance, and co-contraction tests.
5 stages of grief response?
DABDA. Denial,Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance
profile for an at-risk athlete?
likes to take risks, reserved, detached, tenderminded, apprehensive, overprotective, easily distracted, aggressive.
goal setting?
1. set specific, measurable goals, 2. use pos. not neg. lang. 3. goals should be challenging, but realistic. 4. set a reasonable timetable, 5. integrate short, long term goals, 6. link outcome to process 7. internalize goals, 8. monitor and evaluate goals, 9. link sport goals to life goals.
return to competition?
physiologicla helaing constrants, pain status, swelling, range of motion, strength, neuromuscular control, cardiorespiratory fitness, sport specific demands, functional testing, propylactic taping, responsiblity of the athlete, predisposititon to injury, psychological factors, athlet education
how to prevent foot injuries?
wear proper orthotics,
jones fracture?
fracture of the fifth metarsal, sharp pain and hearing a pop. requires cast.
plantar fasciitis?
pain in the anterior medial heel. pain goes from heal to arch. stretching of arch helps.
how to treat blisters?
cover the skin with skin lubricant, bandage, or apply doughnut pad.
what the most common ankle sprain is?
inversion ankle sprain.
different grades of sprain?
grade 1. some stretching, perhaps tearing
grade 2. some tearing, moderate instability,
grade 3. total rupture of ligament
compartment syndrome
conditions in which increased pressure within one of the four compartments of the lower leg causes compression of muscular. can be emergency because of possible compressiong of arterial supply.
ligaments of the knee?
ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL
special tests for knee?
Valgus stess test, lachman's test, and apley's compression test.
knee ligment injuries?
MCL: valgus force, external rotation of the tibia.
LCL: Lateral directed varus force
ACL: blow to front of knee
PCL: falling with a bent knee.
IT band syndrome
malaignment and structural asymmetreis ot the foot and lower leg. common in runners and cyclists.