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    The internship of Chowan Athletics sports medicine team has given the insight and basic knowledge of why athletic training is important in the sport world. Before starting my internship, I had a one on one meeting with the supervisor Eric Gustafson to go over the rules and responsibilities as an intern. The purpose of the meeting is go over the rules and goals of the internship. Eric had given me advice to finish all the basic and Advanced level competencies due to I will have to complete similar tasks in graduate school. The first week of internship consisted of learning the General Proficiencies as athletic training, daily task duties, and modalities Proficiencies. The first day of internship started off with learning about the filing system…

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    INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS MEDICINE CONTENTS 1. Definition and Concept of Sports Medicine. 2. Scope of Sports Medicine 3. Aims and Objective of Sports Medicine 4. Role of Sports Medicine in Physical Education & Sports DEFINATION Sports medicine is a branch of medicines,which can defined as medicine develop in response to the sports man needs. ACCORDING TO J.G.P WILLIAM sports medicine is specialised study of various physiological and pathological. ACCORDING TO Dr.P.K PANDEY To…

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    The career of a sports medicine physician is very interesting. A sports medicine physician diagnoses, treats, and helps prevent injuries that happen during or after a sporting event. A sports medicine physician will need a master’s degree and a Ph.D, M.D, or J.D. To get the master’s degree and one of those other degrees it will take on average seven to nine years. What does a sports medicine physician do? A sports medicine physician will order and evaluate lab results, examine and…

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    Essay On Sports Medicine

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    Sports Medicine Thesis Sports Medicine is valuable to the medical field because it helps mentally and physically injured athletes play safely again. Sports medicine will help us explore new injures and encounter new medicines to heal them. Background Most Sports medicine doctors are orthopedic surgeons, who have extensive training on physiology and musculoskeletal disorders. To become a Sports Medicine doctor it takes four years of education, four years of medical school, four years of…

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    Sports Medicine Physician

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    ports Medicine Physicians Sports are something most individuals find fun and exciting until some body gets hurt. Many injuries are easily overlooked as something minor. Most times people get injured from dislocations, fractures, or not stretching before participating in activities. Sports injuries are often require more than just a bandage and should be seen by a Sports Medicine Physician. Sports Medicine Physicians specialize in treating and preventing sports related injuries, as illustrated…

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    Career In Sports Medicine

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    As a kid, I’ve always loved sports. I always dreamt about being like my favorite player, Kobe Bryant. I would always practice my game winning shot celebrations and taunts. I always wanted to be a profession basketball player. Since then, I have learned that I’m not good enough to play professionally, but my love for the game hasn’t changed. This is why I am considering pursuing a career in primary sports medicine. There are two types of sports medicine doctors. There is an orthopedic surgeon…

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    Sports Medicine Essay

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    The practice of sports medicine is a large umbrella that addresses physical wellness and hindrance of injuries pertaining to exercise. Leading an active lifestyle is seen as beneficial to the human body. Those who do so tend to have improved attitudes and a longer life expectancy than those who do not exercise (CDC). Even with the increased health benefits, there are still potential dangers of exercising due to faults in activity and individuals being unknowledgeable of the exercise they are…

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    begin to pursue my degree in health science. I plan to one day, with hard work and dedication, receive a doctorate in Sports Medicine and become one of the best providers available. Persistence and patience are only a couple of characteristics that I must possess while going through the process of earning a doctorate in my preferred profession. In my case, thirteen years of public school, eight years of university studies, and a several more years of residency will be required to to reach my…

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    to NFL to continue to play football, but if I don’t I will want to stay close with sports and to work with athletes. Since I want to stay close to sports, I have decided to research a Sports Medicine Physician. For this there are many responsibilities to learn to be able to take care of young athletes when they are injured (Sports). I want to be able to tell athletes how to take care of their injuries and stay safe (Sports). I believe that having a job that will last will help you in the long…

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    Contemporary competitive sport is a rivalry on the border of the bodies endurance. Along with the improvement of training methods, these boundaries are shifted and it is difficult to determine the real limit of human potential to beat consecutive records. The commercialization and the popularity of big athletic events on television, along with the enormous sums of money paid to athletes for their performance, intensify the competition. All this creates new medical problems; new quality disease…

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