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Managing Sport Injuries BTEC

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Carl Longmore

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Transcript of Managing Sport Injuries BTEC

Managing Sport Injuries BTEC EFFECTS OF INJURY;


PHYSIOLOGICAL - The Body, Visible


PSYCHOLOGICAL - The Mind, Unseen Physiological Effects PAIN - Chemicals released from damaged cells

SWELLING - Fluid rushes to region of injury

REDNESS - Vasodilation - blood cells widen and bleed into joint

Immediate Long Term Repeat Injury - More likely to occur

Reduced Activity - Reduced ability to play

Require Treatment - Ongoing, therapy or medication MANAGING IMMEDIATE EFFECTS APPROPRIATE HELP - Hospital? Physio? Doctor? Self Help?

PRICE - Protection Rest Ice Compression Elevation


STRAPPING - Tubi-grip, support bandages (Joints, Muscles) LONG TERM MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME - Improve strength and fitness


PHYSIOTHERAPY - Regular sessions on affected body parts


MEDICATION - To help with healing and pain relief Psychological Effects ANGER - At becoming injured, self/other people

DISTRESS - Worry about the severity of injury

CONCERN - Over future, work? Sport? Immediate Long Term DEPRESSION - feeling as you may never play again

FRUSTRATION - Want to recover more quickly than possible

LOW SELF ESTEEM - Worried not good enough to play MANAGING PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS GOAL SETTING - Short term (end of a session)
- Long term (end of a period of weeks)

Specific Measure Achievable Realistic Time related



RELAXATION - Holiday or rest period to relieve depression and frustration. Visualising goals and ideal self. Checking Severity of Injury Stop the play

Ask player about how it feels

Look at the injured area

Touch the area if player allows it to feel for swelling

Active movement, can the player MOVE the limb

Passive movement, does movement cause PAIN

Stand up, is the player hiding extent of injury can they stand up? S.A.L.T.A.P.S EXAMPLE

Sport - Netball
Action - SALTAPS
Injury Type - Sprained ankle

Physiological effect - Swollen ankle, redness, pain
Suggested Solution - PRICE - Doctor Visit

Psychological Effect - Distress, Concern
Suggested Solution - Positive Reassurance - Relaxation



TASK


In your 3's or 2's look at the paper article you have been given.


Can you pick out the key reasons for the performers career problems? Physiological ALAN SMITH

EDUARDO DA SILVA

MICHAEL JOHNSON

PAULA RADCLIFFE Psychological PHILIPS IDOWU

KEIRON DYER

MICHAEL OWEN

SETH JOHNSON

DEAN ASHTON TASK

PRODUCE A RESOURCE CARD ON YOUR WORKSHEET FOR FIRST AIDERS TO USE

WHAT TO INCLUDE;

- Management of THREE long term and immediate psychological effects

- Management of THREE immediate and long term physiological effects TASK;

Use a sporting example to outline a specific injury.

Include information on your response to the injury

Discuss the potential psychological and physiological effects and how you would manage them LO; To develop knowledge of how to manage sport injuries



ALL (P5) - Describe the immediate and long term effects for physiological and psychological injuries in sport

MOST (P6) - Describe how to manage physiological and immediate and long-term psychological responses to injury in sport

SOME (M2) - For a selected sports injury, explain the responses and process of physiological and psychological management
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