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Copy of BTEC UNIT 18 SPORTS INJURIES

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BTEC SPORTS INJURIES

26.11.2014

BLACKBURN ROVERS YOUTH TEAM

TOP 10 WORST INJURIES

Please look away if squemish !!!!!
TOP TEN CONTINUED
Fabrice Muamba
Summary
Introduction to Task 3
Overview of unit content
Treatment Methods
Examples of Injuries
Types of Injuries
What is the difference between a Hard Tissue Injury and a Soft Tissue Injury?

Examples of Hard Tissue Damage
Fractures - Open, Closed, Complete and/or Incomplete
Dislocation
Stress Fracture
Shin Splints
Sports Injuries
Have you ever had a sports injury?
How was it caused?
How was it treated?
What causes injuries in Sport??
List as many reasons as you can think of
Ice skating Injury


Aim and Purpose
Provide learners with an overview of injury prevention, identification and basic treatment
LEARNING OUTCOMES

What Have We Got Left To Do........???
LO3 Know about a range of sport injuries & Know how to apply methods of treating sports injuries
LO4 Be able to plan and construct treatment and rehabilitation programmes for two common sports injuries
You should now have an understanding of different types of sports injuries and the treatment to apply for each.
Complete the Worksheet ready to type up Task 3 this afternoon.
Soft Tissue Damage

- Heamatoma - Congealed Blood
- Abrasion
- Sprains and Strains
- Consussion
- Blister
- Cramp
- Tendonitis
First Aid

Emergency Treatment

Describe what is meant by - DR ABC

WHAT IS PRICED?
For acute but less severe injuries the initial treatment should involve the PRICED procedure.....

P -
R -
I -
C -
E -
D -
Common Treatments for injuries are;

- Splints
- Strapping
- Taping
- Limb Supports
- Bandaging
When might injuries Require to be referred to....

- Surgeon
- GP
- Physio
- Nutritionist
- S&C Coach
- Specialist Consultant
SALTAPS

WHAT IS IT AND WHEN WOULD IT APPLY?

S -
A -
L -
T -
A -
P -
S -
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