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HaneyAnatomy C_

What does NATA stand for? National Athletic Trainers' Association
Who promotes the success of the athletic training program? Physician
What are some examples of careers in sports medicine? Nurse, Podiatrist, Neurosurgeon, Physical Therapist
What are athletes required to have on file? Physical Examination Record
Name three places you can be employed as an athletic trainer. Sports Medicine Clinc, Community Recreation Center, Secondary School
True or false: Massage therapy is recognized by the NATA True
What is a credential helpful to an athletic trainer? Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
True or false: An athletic training student is ALLOWED to transport an injured athlete False
Name a newer type of employment opportunity available to an athletic trainer Corporate/Industrial employment
What is the name of the federal regulation that was passed to insure the rights of the athlete and/or patient when it comes to health records? HIPAA
List two competencies of an athletic trainer. How to prevent injury and treat injury.
What form should be kept to record all treatments and procedures applied by the athletic training staff? Daily treatment form
What does PRICES stand for? Prevention, rest, ice, compression, elevation, support.
What does SOAP stand for? Subjective, objective, assessment, plan
What does HOPS stand for? History, observation, palpation, special tests
What does D.O. stand for? Doctor of osteopathic medicine.
When would it be critical for an athletic trainer to refer to a physician? Head injuries, severe open wound, fracture or broken bones.
What are the steps to a primary survey? Airway, breathing, circulation.
What does M.D. stand for? Medical doctor.
What are two questions you would ask when obtaining a patient's history? Any allergies, any medical conditions?... etc.
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