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Sports Medicine Syllabus Notes

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These notes provide comprehensive information on each of the syllabus points in Sports Medicine.

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Sports Medicine Syllabus Notes
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Technology Human Interest Health Medicine Sports Exercise Weight training Stretching Sports medicine Strain Sprained ankle Sprain Athletics Back Concussion
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Technology Human Interest Health Medicine Sports Exercise Weight training Stretching Sports medicine Strain Sprained ankle Sprain Athletics Back Concussion
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Pre-screening: assesses the health status of a person before they become involved in a training program and is especially important for: - Males over 40 - Females over 50 - Asthmatics - Individuals who smoke, are obese or have high blood pressure - Individuals with a family history of heart condition Once a pre-screening questionnaire has been completed: - (for those who are at moderate risk): a tailored exercise program, sometimes be under medical supervision can then be devised to suit an individual’s needs and can - However those who have (a high risk of acute cardiovascular problems): must first obtain medical clearance before commencing an exercise or training program. Pre-screening also helps create an exercise prescription, which specifies what we need to ...
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