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Muscle Cramp Sudden and sometimes painful contractions of the muscles Occur when muscles are: –Tired –Overworked –Dehydrated Treatment –Stretch and massage –Drink water
Strain Injury to a muscle or tendon Tendons attach muscles to bones
Sprain Injury to a ligament Ligaments attach bones to bones
Treatment for minor injuries (Protect from further injury) R.I.C.E. REST ICE – 20 minutes on, 20 minutes off COMPRESSION ELEVATION
Tendonitis Tendons are inflamed or swollen Ice and rest
Fractures Break in the bone Closed fracture (simple) – bone stays in the skin Open fracture (compound) - bone breaks through the skin.
Dislocation Separation of the bone from the joint **Do not try to put back into place**
Treatment for fractures and dislocation Immobilize Call 911 or go to ER
Concussion Results from a blow to the head Can cause swelling of the brain Warning signs include: –Headache –Vomiting –Dizziness –Loss of memory Seek medical help immediately
FITNESS INJURIES. Target: I will be able to explain what the RICE method is used for and what each element means Pg. 47 Minor Exercise Related Injuries:
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,
Physical Activity Injuries. Weather Related Risks Hot Weather Cold Weather.
Chapter 4 Lesson 5 Physical Activity Injuries Objectives Identify weather-related risks associated with various physical activities. Analyze strategies.
Chapter 14 Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries. Bone Injuries Fracture and broken bone both mean a break or crack in the bone. Two categories: Closed (simple)
1 Lesson 4 Fitness Safety and Avoiding Injuries. 2 Safety First Screening before you begin any Physical Activity Use the correct safety equipment Pay.
KEEPING THE BODY HEALTHY DURING EXERCISE. The addition of body fluids, especially water Body fluids lost during exercise primarily because of perspiration.
Athletic Injuries. Sprain DEFINITION – Stretching of a joint or ligament SYMPTOMS – Sever pain, Swelling, Difficulty moving TREATMENT – R.I.C.E.
Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Avoiding Injuries. Minor Exercise-Related Injuries An injury caused by exercise usually occurs to the muscular and/or skeletal systems.
MUSCLES, BONES, JOINTS THERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF MUSCLE, BONE AND JOINT INJURIES.
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,
Made up of: Bones Muscles Tendons Ligaments Gives body support and stability.
SPRAIN ●This is an injury to the ligaments surrounding a joint, possibly caused by overstretching or a sudden twisting movement RECOGNITION ●Pain ●Swelling.
Chapter 7 Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries. Lesson Objectives Describe fractures, sprains, dislocations, strains, and contusions. Assess and explain how.
Lesson 5 How can a person prevent injury while participating in sports? Using safety gear and taking simple precautions can help a person prevent injury.
Nine Causes of Injury 1.Loading 2.Intrinsic Factors 3.Extrinsic factors 4.Over-use 5.Alignment 6. Intensity 7. Effect of Levels 8. Gravity 9. Resistance.
Happy Wednesday! Ability without ambition is like a car without a motor.
By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Identify weather-related risks associated with various physical activities Analyze strategies for.
Fitness Safety and Avoiding Injuries. Safety First What are some ways you can protect yourself during exercise? - Use the correct safety equipment for.
Black Bear Season Sat. Nov 26 Avoiding Injuries Objectives. Describe the most common injuries that occur during exercise. Identify weather-related risks.
First Aid for Colleges and Universities 10 Edition Chapter 11 © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Musculoskeletal Injuries Slide Presentation prepared by Randall.
Extremities Care and Treatment. Extremities Assessment guidelines: Look for signs and symptoms of fractures and dislocations Remember D-O-T-S Deformity.
C Can occur in injury that reduces blood flow, heavy bleeding, heart attack, dehydration, allergic reaction and trauma. Signs of shock:
First Aid. What is first aid? The immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured person until professional medical care can be provided. Prevention.
Ouch!!! Injuries of the Muscular- Skeletal System.
RESPONDING TO OTHER COMMON EMERGENCIES CH. 27 LESSON 3.
Paul Halford, Director of Coaching - PA. West A First Aid Guide for the Youth Coach Care of Injuries.
It is important to learn how to prevent injuries and respond to them when they occur.
FRACTURES SPRAINS & DISLOCATIONS TYPE OF FRACTURE 2 l CLOSED l CLOSED FRACTURES »THE »THE BONE DOESN’T BREAK THE SKIN »A »A CRACK OR A COMPLETE SEPARATION.
~ Heart and lungs are stronger ~ Cholesterol level is kept within a healthy range ~ Good ratio of muscle mass to fat mass is maintained. ~ Metabolic rate.
Sport Injuries Sport Injuries Types of Injury Fractures – Occur as a result of extreme stress placed on bones. - Different types of fractures can occur.
Unit 5 :Injury in Sport BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport Kevin Browne.
First-aid for sprain and strain A sprain results from overstretching or tearing a ligament (fibrous tissue that connects bones), a tendon (tissue that.
First Aid Sprains, Fractures, and other injuries.
Paul Halford, Director of Coaching - PA. West Prevention and Care of Injuries ‘E’ through ‘A’
Objectives: ◦ Set realistic fitness goals. ◦ Synthesize information and apply-critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving skills to develop.
© 2011 National Safety Council BONE, JOINT AND MUSCLE INJURIES LESSON
GCSE Physical Education Injuries, Diet & The Skeletal System.
A First Aid Guide for the Youth Coach Prevention and Care of Injuries.
First Aid. Wounds and Bleeding 1. A wound is a break in the soft tissue of the body.
SPORTS INJURIES. Chronic and Acute Chronic injuries are caused by continuous stress over a long period of time i.e. Golfers elbow, tennis elbow, shin.
The Head and Neck. Head Injury- Concussion Concussion is any loss of consiousness or disorientation after a blow to the head. The player might be out.
Preventing Physical Activity (PA) Injuries. Things to Remember Update your Table of Contents. -Date: 9/9/15 -Title of Assignment: Preventing (PA) Injuries.
Injuries to the Skeletal System. Is this weight bearing or non weight bearing? What is a long term benefit that this type of activity provides to the.
What you will learn about in this topic: 1.Common injuries 2.Treatment of injuries 3.The effect of injury on sports performance Injuries 2.
7 th Grade First Aid. Shock and Fainting Occurs when only small amount of blood circulates to the brain Have person lie on their back with feet raised.
Lesson 2.3: Physical Activity and Injury Chapter 2: Safe and Smart Physical Activity.
FRACTURES AND SOFT TISSUE INJURIES. FRACTURES A broken or cracked bone Great forces are required to break a bone, unless it is diseased or old Bones that.
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