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Transcript of baseball

Baseball
By
Savanna Sierra

For my sport I went with Baseball. A historical source pointed out that in the year 1700, Thomas Wilson who was considered leader in England condemned the game of baseball and a few other sports that took place every Sunday.
Players of this sport there's (this is for Oakland Athletics)
17 pitchers
4 catchers
4 first base
2 second base
1 third base
2 shortstops
1 left field
4 center field
1 right field

Some of the major players right now are:
Jason Hammel
Sony Grey
Jesse Chavez
Steven Vogt
Josh Donaldson
Alberto Callaspo
Josh Reddick

15 mins
(start with back)
Open with superficial friction
Compressions
Percussions
(move to arm)
Jostling
Crab claw
Stretch out and forward
ROM
Broaden entire arm
(repeat on other arm)
End with percussions on back
Most of the players ages are in the late 20's to the early 30's, and it is considered a professional sport.
Is massage used in baseball? yes massage can most definitely be used in baseball. A lot of base ball teams are hiring massage therapist to help their players maintain good health and high level performance.
The components of massage are
remedial
recovery
rehabilitation
maintenance
pre,inter and post event
The massage techniques are:
Palmar sliding
Faltering effleurage
Thumb slide
Kneading
Palmar Compressions(pumping,rocking,sustained)
Digital compression
Skin lifting/rolling
Precussion
Superficial friction
Deep transverse friction
Vibration
The SHOULDER would be the most affected part of the body for baseball players
Some tools that you could use to enhance the massage are hot packs,thermafore,lotion,ice packs
Yes massage can prevent injuries by warming up the muscles before a game, helping the circulation flow better, stretching out the joints so that they are not stiff and getting better ROM.
The injuries that a baseball player can get are
Bursitis
Impingement syndrome (inflammation of the tendons of the rotator cuff)
Rotator cuff tendonitis
Shoulder instability (a loosening of the structures that keep the ball of the shoulder in the socket)
Shoulder separation
Tendonitis
but the most common one would be the torn rotator cuff.
Pre-event massage
Inter-event
Direct compression upper back
Supperficial friction around deltoids
Striping of the forearm
Broadening of the entire arm
Kneading of the shoulders
R.O.M
STRETCHING
Front,back &side passive-resist stretch
Lateral upper back stretching, friction circles on one hand
Kneading of the neck
ROM
chin to chest,matthews
PERCUSSION
Hacking
REFERENCES
For a Rotator cuff injury:

palmer sliding
broadening
kneading
deep friction
vibration
ROM
ice area
Start with medium pressure at first until the pain has subsided, then increase as the tissues heal. Suggest the client to return a couple times a week until fully recovered.
Timing would be 15-20 minutes at first then progress as they heal
Sport
Schedule
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Rest day
Rest day
Rest day
SMS-pre,inter,post sessions
Practice
Practice
Practice
short Practice,
SMS- 1/2 hr maintance session
Practice
Practice
Practice
Practice
Practice, SMS 1 hr maintenance massage
Practice
Practice,SMS- 1/2 maintenance massage
Practice
Practice
Practice,SMS-1 hr maintenance
massage
Practice
Travel
Travel
Travel,short practice,1/2 hr maintenance massage
Travel
Practice
SMS-pre,inter,post
session
short practice,
game day
SMS-1 hr maintenance massage
game day
short practice
1/2 hr maintenance massage
1 hr SMS-maintenance massage
game day
game day
Rest day
1 hr SMS- maintenance massage
1 hr SMS maintenance massage
SMS-pre,inter,post maintenance massage
1 hr SMS- maintenance massage
Human Kinetics – Physical Activity and Health Publisher. (n.d.). human-kinetics. Retrieved September 24, 2014, from http://www.humankinetics.com

The Official Site of The Oakland Athletics. (n.d.). Oakland Athletics. Retrieved September 24, 2014, from http://oakland.athletics.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=oak

History Of Baseball. (n.d.). History Of Baseball. Retrieved September 23, 2014, from http://www.historyofbaseball.us/
1. What are the age groups for baseball?

2. What is the most common injury that players get?
Muscles
Rotator Cuff:
1. Supraspinatis
O-Supraspinous fossa of the scapula
I- Greater tubercle of the humerus
A-Abduct the shoulder, stabalize head of humerous

2.Infraspinatus
O-Infraspinous fossa of scapula
I-same as superspinatus
A-Laterally rotates shoulder, adducts shoulder,stabilize the head of humerous in glenoid cavity

3.Teres Minor
O-Upper two-thirds of lateral border of the scapula
I-same as supraspinatus & infraspinatus
A-same as infraspinatus
You would want to use the hot packs to help loosen up the muscles before a massage or the ice pack after they just finished a game to cool the arm down.
For example if you didnt warm up the muscles before a game the player could potentially injure themselves.
At home the player could of course ice his shoulder or do some arm stretches
4.Subscapularis
O-Subscapular fossa of the scapula
I- Lesser tubercle of the humerus
A-Medially rotate the shoulder, stabalize the head of humerus in glenoid cavity.
5. Pectoralis major
O-Medial half of clavicle,sternum and cartilage of 1-6th ribs
I- Crest of greater tubercle of humerus
A-adduct the shoulder, medially rotate shoulder,flex the shoulder horizontally adduct shoulder
Benefits
1.recovery-To enhance the athletes physical & mental recovery from a strenuous sport activity
2.Remedial-To improve a debilitating condition
3.Rehabilitation- To facilitate healing after a disabling injury
4. Maintenance- To enhance recovery from strenuous exertion, to treat debilitating conditions, and to help the athlete maintain optimal health.
5.Event- To help the athlete prepare for or recover from a specific competitive event.
Pre-event-To help prepare the athlete physically,mentally,& emotionally for and upcoming event.
Interevent-To help the athlete recover from an event while preparing for the next round, heat or trial
postevent-To help the athlete recover from an event & either to administer first aid or refer problem conditions to another health professional
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