Sports medicine

Sports medicine. Content. Vocabulary. Sports medicine. Sports Medicine. Career opportunities. Physical Therapist. Sports injuries. Achilles Tendon Injuries. Acute Fractures. Stress Fractures. Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injuries. Spinal Cord Injuries. The seven most common sports injuries are. What Should I Do If I Suffer an Injury? Sports Injuries/Statistics. Sourses. Video.

Department of medicine, Vilnius University First-year Physiotherapy student.

Vocabulary Sports medicine Career opportunities Sports Injuries Statistics Sources Video.

Ankle sprain - kulkšnies patempimas Groin strain - šlaunikaulio patempimas Shin splints - blauzdos plyšis Knee injury: ACL tear – Priekinis kryžminis raištis Knee injury: Patellofemoral syndrome –Girnelės sindromas Tennis elbow- Alkūnė.

Sports medicine – the branch of health care that deals with illnesses and injuries resulting from participation in sports, athletic activities,or unpredictable accidents. Sports medicine professionals work with athletes. Athletes vary in age ,sport,experience, and skill level.

Disciplines reguired for sports medicine: Anatomy Physiology Training Injury prevention ,diagnosis ,and treatment Psychology Nutrition Knowledge of sports and athletic activity.

Deal with prevention,diagnosis and treatments of athletic injuries.

Help those who are injured to increase movement and decrease pain Deal with people of all ages.

Physical Therapy Assistant Involved in clinical tasks such as patient care and recording treatments.

Professional Fitness Trainer (Personal Trainer) Works one-on-one with individuals Rate client’s current fitness status and develops a fitness plan.

Sports Nutritionist Specializes in developing proper nutrition plans for athletes.

Sports Psychologist Improve athletic performance and increase motivation through psychology Help the athlete to improve focus.

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