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BTEC UNIT 18 SPORTS INJURIES
Transcript of BTEC UNIT 18 SPORTS INJURIES
TOP 10 WORST INJURIES
Please look away if squemish !!!!!
TOP TEN CONTINUED
Introduction to the Unit
overview of unit content
Extrinsic Risk Factors
Poor coaching and leadership
Not adhering to rules/governing body guidelines
Incorrect techniques-lifting and handling
Environmental factors -weather effects on surfaces
Incorrect clothing and footwear -protective, sports specfic, specific to sports wear.
Safety hazards - importance of safety checks, equipment checks, personal checks
Misuse of equipment
First aid provision
Intrinsic Risk Factors
Training effects- muscle imbalance, poor preparation, level of fitness, overuse
Individual variables - ages, fitness level, growth development, previous injury history
Postural Defects -lordosis, kyphosis, scoliosis, overuse
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
LO1 Know how common sports injuries can be prevented by the correct identification of risk factors
LO2 Know about a range of sport injuries
LO3 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
Role of the coach -up to date knowledge/qualifications
Adapt coaching style to performers ability/age/fitness levels
Equipment and environment