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and their Treatment
Overexposure to ultraviolet rays of the sun. Symptoms take up to 24 hours to appear. The skin can be red, warm, tender, blistered, and swollen.
Drink plenty of fluids. Apply light moisturizer (Aloe) Consult a doctor if there is blistering. Stay out of the sun. Wear a hat.
Injury to a muscle or a tendon (tissue that connects muscle to bone). In a strain, a muscle or tendon is stretched or torn.
Rest Ice Compress Elevate Aspirin or Ibuprofen.
a fall, a sudden twist, or a blow to the body. This forces a joint out of its normal position and stretches or tears the ligament supporting that joint.
people fall and land on an outstretched arm, land on the side of their foot, twist a knee with the foot planted firmly on the ground.
Rest Ice Compress Elevate Rehab
Extreme stress and strain causes cracks in bone.
Immediate medical attention Immobilize the injury Surgery used in extreme cases.
Training in hot or humid weather Extreme dehydration Unable to cool your body
Move to shade Lie down Elevate feet Loosen clothes Drink water Apply cold towels
Prolonged headache Vision disturbances Dizziness Nausea or vomiting Impaired balance Confusion Memory loss Ringing ears Sensitivity to light Loss of smell or taste
Rest under observation Tylenol More rest
Inflammation of the tendons Pain & tenderness in joints
Rest Ice Compress Elevate Ultrasound Physical Therapy Steroids Surgery
Tiny cracks in the bones Repetitive force Overuse Osteoporosis
Rest Ice Compress Elevate Bone Scan Shoe Inserts Braces
All associated with the shin bone Muscle strain Swelling Lumps & bumps Small tears
Rest Ice Compress Elevate Rehab Ultrasound
Frostbite hypothermia overexertion heat exhaustion heat stroke muscle cramps strains sprains.
Weather Related Illnesses
Synovial Joints Tendon and Ligaments Knee & Hand ligament Cartilage and Arthritis Hip Replacement Bursa Synovial Capsule and Fluid Ankle.
Physical Activity Injuries
Paul Halford, Director of Coaching - PA. West Prevention and Care of Injuries ‘E’ through ‘A’
A First Aid Guide for the Youth Coach Prevention and Care of Injuries.
My Life Monday How to cope with heat stress It is that time of year again when we have to worry about the heat and its affects. Working under hot and humid.
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Objectives: ◦ Set realistic fitness goals. ◦ Synthesize information and apply-critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving skills to develop.
FIRST AID PAGES Minor Injuries Muscle Cramp Sudden and sometimes painful contractions of the muscles Occur when muscles are: –Tired –Overworked.
Ch 4 Lesson 5. Weather Related Risks Risks associated with both hot and cold weather Weather can also play a role in safety as well…slippery roads,
KEEPING THE BODY HEALTHY DURING EXERCISE. The addition of body fluids, especially water Body fluids lost during exercise primarily because of perspiration.
Paul Halford, Director of Coaching - PA. West A First Aid Guide for the Youth Coach Care of Injuries.
By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Identify weather-related risks associated with various physical activities Analyze strategies for.
INJURY Treatment Injury Treatment You should be able to:
Chapter Three Exercising Safely. The Warm-up Perform low intensity movements similar to the activity that you will be performing…
Chapter 4 Lesson 5 Physical Activity Injuries
Extremities Care and Treatment. Extremities Assessment guidelines: Look for signs and symptoms of fractures and dislocations Remember D-O-T-S Deformity.
Fred Battee Iv. Injury caused when playing a sport Often due to overuse At times could be traumatic.
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