ATHletic training

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ATHletic training
2011-10-06 03:22:20
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Athletic training
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  1. Curriculum and internship candidates for certification must have
    • a. A Bachelor's degree
    • b. Current CPR certification
    • c. Completed supervised clinical hours
    • d. Both curriculum and internship candidates must complete a, b, and c
  2. How many NATA Districts are there?
  3. What district is Nebraska in?
  4. NATA membership categories do NOT include:
  5. Within 1000, what is the current NATA membership?
  6. Within 1000, how many certified athletic trainers (ATCs) are there?
  7. We would expect the highest pay to be found in which work setting?
    Pro sports
  8. Which of the following is not considered a traditional setting?
  9. Which of the following is NOT generally needed to find a job in professional sports?
    All: A Masters degree, Advanced internships with high profile teams, Personal connections, Lots of patience
  10. The person with the ultimate responsibility for deciding if an athlete can play is:
    The team physician
  11. The one domain of sports medicine that athletic trainers can mostly claim as their own is
    Prevention of sports injuries
  12. Supervision of conditioning programs would be most important to athletic trainers working in which setting?
    High school sports
  13. Which of the following is NOT an environmental condition that could effect athletes?
  14. If you notice a safety hazard you should first:
    Try to fix it if you can, or notify someone who can
  15. Reasons for maintaining permanent medical records for athletes include:
    For legal purposes, As a memory aid, and It is required by NATA standards
  16. SOAP
    Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan
  17. Assessing airway, breathing, and circulation is all part of
    A primary survey
  18. A modality is:
    Any mode or method of treatment
  19. Cuff weights, dumbbells, barbells, and weight machines are all examples of:
    Isotonic Equipment
  20. During the in-season, we would most likely see athletes performing which type of activities during there conditioning sessions?
    Performing exercise that is aimed at maintaining pre-season fitness levels
  21. Muscular endurance is best increased through which type of exercise?
    Low intensity, low repetition weight training
  22. the average athlete's diets differ from the ideal diet in what way?
    Too many carbohydrates in the athletes diet
  23. A sprain is an injury to ______; a strain is an injury to ______.
    Ligaments; muscles
  24. An incision is treated with
  25. First organized meeting of trainersC
  26. HIPS stands for
    History, inspection, palpation, special test
  27. RICE stands for
    Rest, ice, compression, elevation
  28. Jerry Weber
    Head athletic trainer
  29. Pat sp
    Assistant Athletic Trainer Certified
  30. NATA
    National athletic trainers association