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A physical examination has four components: inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation (Fig. 2-1). Inspection involves a close examination of the injured area looking for deformity, contusions, abrasions, swelling, and bleeding.
Initial Assessment of the Injured Athlete. Initial assessment of the down athlete must be performed in a systematic fashion and begins with CAB (circulation, airway, breathing), followed by a focused neurologic evaluation.
SPORTS PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT Musculoskeletal screening through the quantification of joint function, range of motion and stability. Strength profiling to determine muscle strength using an isokinetic dynamometer and explosive strength capacity using force plate diagnostics.
The primary purpose of a sports participation evaluation is to assess for underlying medical pathology while also ensuring that the athlete is in optimal health. Athletes are asked about symptoms they are experiencing during times of physical exertion and at rest. Key Symptoms and Medical History In Athletes.
As an evaluator, you will be working directly with athletes to assess their abilities. You will run them through drills and game play. Your observations and notes are what determine an athlete's CSE Score and at what division level they are capable of playing at collegiately.
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Injury Assessment STOP - Assess and observe the scene. THINK - Consider your safety and form action plan. ACT - Check responsiveness and Alert EMS.
The overall goal of the pre-participation evaluation (PPE) is to help maintain the health and safety of athletes. Its purpose is not to exclude athletes from participation but to promote safe participation. If not cleared, most athletes can be rehabilitated or redirected to another sport.
The primary assessment is done in the following order: (1) Check the scene to determine that it is all right to approach the athlete safely, (2) assess responsiveness by lightly tapping or shaking (not so hard that the neck gets twisted or jostled) and talking to the athlete, (3) recognize that lack of responsiveness, ...
The TOTAPS method (Talk, Observe, Touch, Active movement, Passive Movement, Skills Test) is an effective way to assess the nature and extent of an injury to a player and make a decision as to whether or not the athlete who is injured can resume playing.
The NCAA Evaluation Period is a specific time of year when college coaches are allowed to watch an athlete compete in person or visit their school.

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