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NASM CES

Quiz 1

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Which of the following is reported to be the most common sports-related injury? Ankle sprains
Low-back pain is a major form of degeneration affecting nearly 80% of all adults
NASM’s Corrective Exercise Continuum is organized into which four phases? Inhibit, Lengthen, Activate, Integrate
Of all work-related injuries that involve the trunk, more than _____ involve the low back. 60%
There is a strong correlation between anterior cruciate ligament injuries and which of the following chronic diseases? Arthritis
Most anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries occur between what two ages? 15 and 25
An estimated _____ to _____ anterior cruciate ligament injuries occur annually in the general U.S population. 80,000 to 100,000
What percentage of ACL injuries are estimated to be noncontact? 70 to 75% are noncontact injuries
Of the following shoulder injuries, which diagnosis is the most prevalent? Shoulder Impingement
Persistent shoulder pain that is caused by degenerative changes in capsuloligamentous structures, articular cartilage, and tendons is typically a result of altered shoulder mechanics
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