Unit 5: Injury In sport BTEC Level 2

Unit 5: Injury In sport BTEC Level 2

Unit 5: Injury In sport BTEC Level 2 Kevin Browne Aims of the lesson What injuries have we had Individually write down an injury that you have had as a result of sport How did it happen Why did it happen How long did it keep you out for?

Injuries: Extrinsic and Intrinsic factors Sports injuries are caused by something either intrinsic or extrinsic what do these terms mean? Individually, pairs, 4s Intrinsic: coming from the inside- intrinsic injuries result from stress inside an individual body What examples are there of intrinsic injuries One example could be that you keep using the

same muscle over and over again. Can you think of any sports that may cause a certain muscle to become injured? What are the most common parts in the body to become injured? The most common parts of the body affected by overuse injuries are the tendons within the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and wrist joints What is an extrinsic Injury? Extrinsic an extrinsic injury is something that is caused by an outside force

What examples can you think off that is caused by someone or something else Individually, pair, share Extrinsic or intrinsic

Overuse injury such as shin splints Muscle strain due to a muscle imbalance Head collision going up for a header Slipping on a wet surface Falling over on a dry ski slope and cutting your knee Running into the rugby post and bruising your hip Limited flexibility resulting in a ligament sprain A shoulder muscle tear when swinging the racquet

Extrinsic Intrinsic Head collision going up for a header Slipping on a wet surface Falling over on a dry ski slope and cutting your knee Running into the rugby post and bruising your

hip Overuse injury such as shin splints Muscle strain due to a muscle imbalance Limited flexibility resulting in a ligament sprain A shoulder muscle tear when swinging the racquet

Acute or chronic Injuries can also be classed as acute or chronic Acute injury - Occur suddenly during an activity http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffsRkJhX7 WQ Chronic injury - Result from overuse of one area of the body while playing a sport over a long period of time Acute / Chronic Acute

Definition Examples Sign/symptoms Chronic Acute injuries Chronic injuries

Definition Occur suddenly during an activity Result from overuse of one area of the body while playing a sport over a long period of time Examples

Sprained ankle Fractured foot Strained thigh Tennis elbow or Shin splints Signs Sudden pain Swelling

Inability to move joint Limb weakness Visible dislocation Break of bone Pain when performing an activity A dull ache when at rest Swelling Learning aims: what were they

Quiz time Make up 3 questions to test another student in the class You should also have the answer next to your question

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