Identifying Muscles
Identifying Bones
Identifying body
movements
Identifying body
movements part II
Modalities
Final
100

Pectoralis Minor Muscle

100

Ulna Bone

100

Show me the anatomical position


100

Show me Plantarflexion 

Plantar flexion describes the extension of the ankle so that the foot points down and away from the leg.

100

What type of modality is Ice water immersion?

cryotherapy

100

What is the Good Samaritan Law in your own words?

Liability for emergency care rendered at scene of accident

200

Trapezius Muscle

200

Radius Bone

200

Show me leg adduction

the movement of a limb or other part toward the midline of the body or toward another part.


200

What does Medial mean?

situated near the median plane of the body or the midline of an organ.

200

What type of modality is Fluidotherapy?

thermotherapy

200

What does an Assumption of Risk waiver imply or state?

voluntarily and knowingly assumes the risk of an activity through an expressed or implied agreement, but does not forgive a person of reckless conduct

300

Deltoid Muscle

300

Femur Bone

300

Show me leg abduction

Abduction is a movement away from the midline - just as abducting someone is to take them away.

300

What does lateral mean?

When something is extending to the side or moving to the side, it's lateral.  Away from the midline.

300

What type of modality is the Hydrocollator pack?

thermotherapy

300

What uses cold to reduce the temperature of body tissue in order to cause blood vessels to constrict (vasoconstriction), decreasing blood flow to the area and reducing pain, edema, amnd muscle spasms.

Cryotherapy 

400

Rectus Femoris (part of quadricep muscle group)

400


7th Rib Bone (part of the 12 ribs)

400

Show me Foot Eversion 

Eversion is the movement of the sole of the foot away from the median plane.

400

What does Posterior mean?

further back in position; of or nearer the rear or hind end. (or dorsal)

400

What type of modality is Traction?

mechanical modality

400

What does HIPAA stand for?

Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act

500

Biceps Femoris (part of hamstring muscle group)

500

Tibia Bone

500

Show me Foot Inversion 

Inversion is the movement of the sole towards the median plane.

500

What does Anterior mean?

nearer the front, especially situated in the front of the body or nearer to the head. (or ventral)

500

What type of modality is Intermittent Compression?

mechanical modality

500

What uses heat to increase the temperature of a body region in order to cause blood vessels to dilate (vasodilation), increasing blood flow to those tissues.  Heat is also used to decrease pain and muscle spasms, as well as to increase flexibility of the tissues.

Thermotherapy 

600

Triceps Muscle

600

Clavicle Bone

600

Show me Radial Deviation 

Radial deviation, otherwise known as radial flexion, is the movement of bending the wrist to the thumb, or radial bone, side.

600

What is Distal mean?

situated away from the center of the body or from the point of attachment.

600

How to break the chain of infection?

Spread of disease can be stopped by removing any link in the chain

600

List five symptoms associated with heat exhaustion.

Any five of the following: 

extreme weakness, 

exhaustion, 

unconsciousness, 

dizziness, 

headache, 

hyperventilation, 

dilated pupils, 

nausea, 

vomiting, 

clammy skin, 

and profuse sweating.

700

Biceps Muscle

700

Fibula Bone

700

Show me Ulnar Deviation 

Ulnar deviation, or ulnar drift, is a medical condition that causes the joints in the wrist and hand to shift so that the fingers bend toward the ulna bone on the outside of the forearm.

700

What does Proximal mean?

situated nearer to the center of the body or the point of attachment.

700

What do the following stand for in Sports Medicine?

  1. RTP = 

  2. RTS = 

  3. RTL = 

Return to play

Return to sport

Return to learn

700

What are 3 ways a coach can reduce their risk of litigation (being sued)?

  1. Warn athletes of potential dangers inherent in their sport

  2. Supervise regularly and attentively

  3. Properly prepare and condition athletes

  4. Properly instruct athletes in the skills of their sport

  5. Ensure that proper and safe equipment and facilities are used by athletes at all times

  6. Educate parents

800

What connects ligament to bone?


 

Tendon

800

Humerus Bone

800

Show me Dorsiflexion in your foot

Dorsiflexion is the action of raising the foot upwards towards the shin. It means the flexion of the foot in the dorsal, or upward, direction.

800

What is the difference between Superior and Inferior?

800

Five psychological stages of recovery

  1. Denial - An athlete is unable to accept the reality of the situation or injury at hand.

  2. Anger - The athlete may demonstrate inappropriate or misdirected behavior.

  3. Bargaining - An athlete may go from doctor to doctor or try to make a deal in an attempt to change the outcome of the situation.

  4. Depression - The athlete feels emotional distress or “the blues”.

  5. Acceptance - In this stage confidence and determination must be emphasized if the athlete is to return to play.

800

What are the 6 parts of the infection cycle?

Pathogen is present

Reservoir host

Portal of exit

Route of transmission

Portal of entry

Susceptible host

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