Station 1: Anatomical
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Practice: Anatomical Terms Worksheet
in Anatomy specic terms are used to explain the location of body organs, systems, as well
as body movements.
Fill in the missing words to make the passage correct using words from the word bank
Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries Weekly Worksheet
1. What part of SOAP would Therapeutic Modalities fall under?
2. Name three contraindications to cold therapy.
3. List three therapeutic effects of h
W. Randy Martin, MD
Infectious Disease Consultant
Director, Sutter Roseville Wound Clinic
The skin always has some amount
of bacteria, fungus, and viruses
living on it
Skin infections occur when there
The study of movement.
Knowledge of the joints, bones,
Kinesis = movement or to
muscles, muscle structure, and
their possible actions lead to a
better understanding of what
occurs during execution o
SECOND IMPACT SYNDROME
By Terry Zeigler EdD, ATC
Zachary Lystedt suffered a head injury in an 8th grade football game, but returned to the field and continued playing. The
star athlete played the entire game before collapsing on the field. He was diagnose
Chemicals that affect the hormones
produced by our body. This drug helps
athletes to build muscles. Athletes think that
these help them to perform faster or lift
Boost alertness and physical activity by
You are only responsible for showing up to HOME games. You must show 1 hour prior to the first game (freshman or JV
depending on sport) and stay until the last game ends (varsity).
*If you would like to attend another sport that is fine but
Starter Drugs in Sport
Shower without brace or ace wrap.
After shower put the ace wrap and brace back on.
Leave everything on through the night and following day.
Full leg elevation.
Ice before bed, not during night.
Tylenol for pain.
Crutches as necessary
DATE: 1 Feb 2011
CLASS: Yr 8 Mixed
TOPIC: Drugs in Sport
NUMBER IN CLASS
NO. OF LESSON IN
BLOCK OF WORK:
DURATION: 1 hour
RESOURCES: Word searches, PowerPoint, Homework sheets
Subject: Head, Face, and Concussions
Course: Care and Prevention
Grade Level(s): 9 - 12
In addition to Score 3.0, in-depth inferences and applications that go beyond instruction to the standard
The student will: be able to assess signs and symptoms of
Care and Prevention Reading Article
Former Star High School QB Sues Over Concussion Epidemic (1400L)
Instructions: COMPLETE ALL QUESTIONS AND MARGIN NOTES using the CLOSE reading
strategies practiced in class. This requires reading of the article three ti
SPORTS BY SEASON
Golf (boys and girls)
Bowling (boys and girls)
Swimming (boys and girls)
Diving (boys and girls)
Wrestling (boys and girls)
Basketball (boys and girls)
Soccer (boys and girls)
Apex of heart
Arch of aorta
Aurioie of left atrium
Au ricie of right atrium
Fat and vessels in anterior
Fat and vessels in
Inferior vena cava
Left pulmonary artery
Left pulmonary veins
CONNECTIVE TISSUE MATRIX
collagen fibers [A] yellow.
fibroblasts [B] blue.
Match the structure to the function (use letters)
1. _ Store energy
2. _ Production of fibers
3. _ Consume debris and foreign objects
mast cells [C] pu
Rules and Procedures:
Rules Students must bring their clothes to and from school every day.
Student must provide their own locks
o Any lock that is left on for two days will be cut off by the PE
department. It will be their students responsibil
ImPACTR Clinical Report
Passport ID: EHKY-94RA-1CPY
Lake Mary High School
Date of Birth:
Tissue Response to
Injury: an injury that has a
sudden onset. Often occurs after
Injury: an injury that occurs
over time or due to ongoing
Acute musculoskeletal injuries fall
into what thre
LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL First Semester 2016-2017
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CALENDAR
August 17, 2016
August 24, 2016
PLC Meetings /Accreditation Meetings
August 31, 2016
September 7, 2016
September 14, 2016
NOTEBOOK CHECK RUBRIC
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Introduction (1 of 3)
Soft-tissue injuries are common.
Simple as a cut or scrape
Serious as a life-threatening internal injury
Do not be distracted by dramatic open
Do not forget airway obstructions.