Course Syllabi

Sports Medicine 1 Course Syllabus

Teacher:
Mrs. Carley J.M. Parkison, MBA, ATC, SCAT              Phone: 843-836-4972

Email: carley.parkison@beaufort.k12.sc.us                                  Room: 427/428

Google Classroom Code: 1st Block: iyqxnfk                           3rd Block: rykevr3

                                                    

Course Description:

 

Sports Medicine 1 emphasizes sports medicine career exploration and the prevention of athletic injuries, including the components of exercise science, kinesiology, anatomy, principles of safety, first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and AED use. Subject matter also includes legal issues, members of the sports medicine team, nutrition, protective sports equipment, environmental safety issues, principles of taping and wrapping, mechanisms of injury, and application of other sports medicine concepts. Students interested in healthcare careers in athletic training, physical therapy, medicine, exercise physiology, nursing, biomechanics, nutrition, psychology, and radiology will benefit from this course. This course does require 5 observation hours with the Certified Athletic Trainer on campus. If a student cannot complete these hours due to a work conflict, arrangements need to be made before the end of Q1.

 

Required Supplies:          

Notebook Paper in a 3-Ring Binder                                                                

Pens, Pencils, and Erasers                                               

Colored Pencils

Tablet   

Notecards    

 

Grade Average: (DISTRICT POLICY)

  • Formative Grades: 40%
    • Classwork
    • Homework
    • Quizzes
    • Warm-Ups
    • Exit Slips
  • Summative Grades: 60%
    • Tests & Major Projects
    • Final Check-Offs
    • Taping Practicums
    • Observation Hours

       

       

      Summative

      60%

      The goal for summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of an instructional unit or on a specific task.

      Examples include but are not limited to tests, final written pieces projects, presentations, performance tasks, and performances.

      Formative

      40%

      The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used to improve as needed.

      Examples include but are not limited to journals, notebooks, warm-ups, quizzes, and exit slips, daily work, board work, closure activities, quizzes, skills practice, and individual student conferences

       

       

      Exams:  At the end of the 1st quarter a mid-term exam may be given that will count as a test grade.  At the end of the 2nd quarter a final exam may be given and will count as two test grades.

       

       

       

       

      Final Grade: The final grade will be calculated as follows:

      Course Grade:     Q1 - 50%               Q2 – 50%

      Grades will be available online through our Power School Grade Book.

      Interim reports will be sent home after the 3rd, 6th, 12th, and 15th weeks.

      Progress reports will be sent home after the 9th and 18th weeks.

      Opportunities & Extra Credit:  Extra credit and test correction opportunities will be given throughout the course at the discretion of the teacher. Students will receive information on Observation hours that will be required.

       

      Tutoring:  I will offer tutoring during ILT (Independent Learning Time).  If you have a conflict during ILT with other classes we can make arrangements to meet before or after school, but this will be appointment only.

       

      Notebook Requirements:  Students are required to keep a notebook for class.  

       

      Classroom Expectations:  Students are to follow ALL school rules as outlined in the student handbook in your agenda books. My rules include:

  1. Students are to be in class before the tardy bell rings.
  2. Students are to be prepared each day with the necessary materials. This includes completion of ALL homework assignments.
  3. Students are to be attentive, involved and organized in class.
  4. Students need to study and review notes daily.
  5. No Work = No Credit; Incomplete assignments will not receive full credit.
  6. Students are responsible for making up missed work.
  7. Students are expected to keep the Lab and Classroom clean.
  8. Treat everyone with consideration and respect. Be very careful with your language, NO cruelty to others will be tolerated.
  9. Cheating will not be tolerated.
  10. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.

     

    Discipline Policy:  Disciplinary rules are outlined in the student handbook. Students will generally be verbally warned the first time that a rule is broken. The parent(s) will be called if the behavior persists.  A referral will be written as a last resort or for any major infraction.  Students are expected to follow the dress code at all times.  Dress code violations will result in student being sent to the dress code station to follow the progressive dress code violation policy of the school.

     

    Cell Phone Policy:  Students who use their communication devices during instructional time will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

     

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

    During the time or administration of any test all cell phones will be powered off, placed in your bookbag, and your bookbag will be placed in the front of the classroom.

     

    The only time that this cell phone policy is not into play is if we are using our cellular device during class in conjunction with the content being presented.

     

    School Issued Device Policy:  A school issued device is REQUIRED for this course. If you are unable to acquire a school issued device and need assistance with this issue please contact your appointed guidance counselor, tech specialist, or social worker.

    Once provided with a school issued device your school issued device, while in my class your device is only to be used for Sports Medicine course work. Please refrain from watching television shows such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, or any other television streaming services. Also, please refrain from using the school issued device for playing video games of any sort.

    Please come to class with your school issue device charged and ready for use. You will not be able to share devices while in this class.

    Students who disregard this policy will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

     

    Smart Watch Policy:  While smart watches add to the ease and effectiveness of our lives, in an educational environment they can be a distraction. While in this classroom smartwatches must always be switched on silent mode. Smartwatches must not disrupt classroom lessons with ring tones, music or beeping. Smartwatches should not be connected to the cell phone during class hours. The Bluetooth function of Smartwatch must be switched off always and not be used to send images or files to other mobile phones.

    Students who disregard this policy will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

    Picture Taking Policy: At no time during class are there to be photographs taken of the instructor, peers, or yourself. The only exception to this rule is if the class is working on an assignment that requires the use of photographs for documentation.

    Students who disregard this policy will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

    Tardy Policy:  Students must be IN the classroom on time. Any student not in by this time, will be directed to a tardy station for a pass to class.  We will follow the school’s progressive tardy policy.

     

    Attendance Policy:  More than 5 unexcused absences in a school year will be grounds for denial of credit.

     

    Credit Recovery:


    “Unit, quarter, and credit recovery are different processes that are available to students at May River High School.  Unit, quarter, and credit recovery are OPPORTUNITIES for a student to get back on track to pass his/her class, earn credits, and graduate on-time with his/her peers.  Recovery is not easy and requires a commitment from a student and a sincere desire to do his/her part to pass and/or earn back a failed credit.” If a student is failing a course they qualify for credit recovery services. Credit Recovery Services is an opportunity for teachers to “catch students before they fail.” The teacher initiates the unit recovery process for his/her student(s) according to the policy outlined in the class syllabus. The teacher monitors unit recovery and makes grade changes directly to his/her gradebook, according to class policy. Health Center 21 will be utilized for credit recovery services. Health Center 21 is a database that houses the Health Science/Sports Medicine Curriculum with interactive eLearning and resources to assist the student in effectively learning the required Health Science Technology content.

     

    Make-Up Policy:  Make-up work:  For excused (Lawful) absences, students will be granted the opportunity to make-up any missed assignments and /or work due to the absence(s). This will include quizzes, test, writing assignments etc. The period for making up the work will be a minimum of one (1) class day for each class day missed to a maximum of one week. For example, if a student misses two days of school (Monday and Tuesday) and returns on Wednesday, then Thursday and Friday will be granted as make-up days for missing Monday and Tuesday (one day for each day missed). In this example, all missed assignments or work (test, quiz etc.) would not be due until Monday. Students who have unexcused absences may be given the opportunity to make up work at the discretion of the principal and teacher during make-up sessions, however, the unexcused absence remains in the student’s record.

     

    Absences: All required assignments will be turned in the day you return to school. It is your responsibility to hand them in, they will not be requested. All assignments missed will be made up and turned in according to the district policy. For excused (lawful) absences, students will be granted the opportunity to make-up any missed assignments and/or work due to the absence(s). This will include activities, quizzes, projects, etc. The period for making up the work will be a minimum of one (1) class day for each class day missed to a maximum of one week.

     

     

     

     

    Attendance Policy:  More than 5 unexcused absences in a school year will be grounds for denial of credit.

     

    Class Rules:

  • Arrive on time. Arriving on time means that when the bell rings you are in your seat as soon as you enter into the classroom and start working on the bell ringer exercise.
  • Raise your hand before speaking.
  • Listen effectively to others and participate in class discussions.
  • Respect the teacher and your fellow classmates.
  • Follow directions
  • Stay on task.
  • Keep your hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.
  • At no time is anyone to be sitting on the counters of the classroom.
  • No swearing, teasing, or name calling (You do not use obscene or vulgar language for any reason. You do not make fun of or tease another classmate because of his color, race, language, religion, or disability, etc.)
  • At no time are you to enter the instructor’s office, or behind the instructor’s desk.
  • Pick up after yourself.
  • Leave other people's materials alone.
  • Do not interrupt another students' learning.
  • Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
  • Keep your hands clean and take care of personal hygiene in the rest room during breaks.
  • No vandalism. Don't write or carve on your desk or school property.

     

    Lab and Safety Rules:

  • Report all accidents, injuries, and breakage of glass or equipment to instructor immediately.
  • No cell phones allowed in the lab area (unless instructed)
  • Keep pathways clear by placing extra items (books, bags, etc.) on the shelves or under the work tables. If under the tables, make sure that these items cannot be stepped on.
  • Long hair (chin-length or longer) must be tied back to avoid incident.
  • Wear sensible clothing including footwear. Loose clothing should be secured so they do not get caught.
  • Work quietly — know what you are doing by reading the assigned experiment before you start to work. Pay close attention to any cautions described in the laboratory exercises
  • Do not taste or smell lab essentials.
  • Unauthorized experiments or procedures must not be attempted.
  • Keep solids out of the sink.
  • Leave your work station clean and in good order before leaving the laboratory.
  • Do not lean, hang over or sit on the laboratory tables.
  • Do not leave your assigned laboratory station without permission of the teacher.
  • Learn the location of the fire extinguisher, eye wash station, first aid kit and safety shower.
  • Fooling around or "horse play" in the laboratory is absolutely forbidden. Students found in violation of this safety rule will be barred from participating in future labs and could result in suspension.
  • Follow all instructions given by your teacher.
  • Learn how to transport all materials and equipment safely.
  • No eating or drinking in the lab at any time.
  • No using unnecessary tape or taping too tightly on purpose.

 

 

 

Text:                                      Sports Medicine Essentials: Core Concepts in Athletic Training & Fitness Instruction - Clover

                                                Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, 2nd Edition – France

Publisher:                            Cengage Learning

 

 

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR THE YEAR:

 

                #1:    The Sports Medicine Team and Their Roles

                #2:    Legal Considerations & Administration

                #3:    Medical Conditions

                #4:    Emergency Preparedness & Assessment, CPR

                #5:    Infection Control & Bloodborne Pathogens

                #6:    Secondary Survey, Vital Signs, HOPS

#7:    Environmental Factors

                #8:    Injury Assessment & Basic Anatomy

                #9:    Foot & Arch Injuries

                #10:  Ankle & Lower Leg Injuries

#11:  Knee Injuries                                                                                             

                #12:  Hip & Thigh Injuries

                #13:  Thorax & Abdomen Injuries

                #14:  Shoulder Injuries

                #15:  Elbow, Wrist & Hand Injuries

                #16:  Spine Injuries

                #17:  Head & Face Injuries
                #18:  Preventing Injuries through Fitness Training

                #19 Therapeutic Modalities & Exercise for Rehab

                #19:  Nutritional Concerns

 

 

** This outline is subject to change at any time at the discretion of the instructor.

 

***Note to Parents/Guardians:  I am here to help your child discover the possibilities of a health care profession and build the best technical and soft skills he or she possibly can. Progress reports will be available on-line through Power School.  If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to email or call. 

 

SC Stands for Sports Medicine 1:

 

Please Access the South Carolina Standards for Sports Medicine: https://ed.sc.gov/instruction/career-and-technology-education/programs-and-courses/career-clusters/health-science-education/sports-medicine-1/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Medicine 1
Mrs. Parkison

2018-2019

 

I have read the syllabus and understand what is required in this class.

 

 

Student’s Name: (print clearly) _________________________________

 

 

Student’s Signature:__________________________Date:___________

 

 

Parents’ Names: (print clearly) __________________________________

 

 

Parents’ Signatures:___________________________Date:___________

 

                                     ___________________________Date:___________

 

 

Daytime Phone#:_________________Evening Phone#:_______________

 

Parents’ Email Addresses:______________________________________

 

                                                ______________________________________

 

Student’s Email Address:______________________________________

 

Please tell me anything you think will help me help your child be successful:




Sports Medicine 2 Course Syllabus

Teacher: Mrs. Carley J.M. Parkison, MBA, ATC, SCAT              Phone: 843-836-4972

Email: carley.parkison@beaufort.k12.sc.us                                  Room: 427/428

Google Classroom Code: 4th Block: ig1e7ip

                                                    

Course Description:

 

Sports Medicine 2 emphasizes the recognition and care of common injuries and illnesses sustained by a physically active population. Subject matter will include discussion of specific conditions and injuries that may be experienced by individuals participating in athletic activities. In addition, the concepts of therapeutic modalities and exercise in the care of injuries will be examined. A focus on deeper understanding of body systems and common pathologies will be included. Concepts related to the administrative aspects of the sports medicine program will also be covered. Students will apply legal and ethical principles through real-world scenarios in various sports medicine settings. Other career roles in sports medicine will be discussed as the Athletic Trainer takes the injured athlete through the pathway of recovery. This course does require 20 observation hours with the Certified Athletic Trainer on campus. If a student cannot complete these hours due to a work conflict, arrangements need to be made before the end of Q1. 10 of the Observation hours will be due by the end of Q1 and the remaining 10 hours will be due at the end of Q2. No exceptions.

General Requirements: This course is recommended for students in grades 10-12. Students must have successfully completed Sports Medicine 1 with a 75% or higher. It is recommended but not required, that students successfully complete Medical Terminology, Health Science 3, or Anatomy and Physiology.

 

Required Supplies:          

Notebook Paper in a 3-Ring Binder                                                                

Pens, Pencils, and Erasers                                               

Colored Pencils

Tablet & Charger

Notecards    

 

Grade Average: (DISTRICT POLICY)

  • Formative Grades: 40%
    • Classwork
    • Homework
    • Quizzes
    • Warm-Ups
    • Exit Slips
  • Summative Grades: 60%
    • Tests & Major Projects
    • Final Check-Offs
    • Taping Practicums
    • Observation Hours

       

       

      Summative

      60%

      The goal for summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of an instructional unit or on a specific task.

      Examples include but are not limited to tests, final written pieces projects, presentations, performance tasks, and performances.

      Formative

      40%

      The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used to improve as needed.

      Examples include but are not limited to journals, notebooks, warm-ups, quizzes, and exit slips, daily work, board work, closure activities, quizzes, skills practice, and individual student conferences

       

       

      Exams:  At the end of the 1st quarter a mid-term exam may be given that will count as a test grade.  At the end of the 2nd quarter a final exam may be given and will count as two test grades.

       

      Final Grade: The final grade will be calculated as follows:

      Course Grade:     Q1 - 50%               Q2 – 50%

      Grades will be available online through our Power School Grade Book.

      Interim reports will be sent home after the 3rd, 6th, 12th, and 15th weeks.

      Progress reports will be sent home after the 9th and 18th weeks.

      Opportunities & Extra Credit:  Extra credit and test correction opportunities will be given throughout the course at the discretion of the teacher. Students will receive information on Observation hours that will be required.

       

      Tutoring:  I will offer tutoring during ILT (Independent Learning Time).  If you have a conflict during ILT with other classes we can make arrangements to meet before or after school, but this will be appointment only.

       

      Notebook Requirements:  Students are required to keep a notebook for class.  

       

      Classroom Expectations:  Students are to follow ALL school rules as outlined in the student handbook in your agenda books. My rules include:

  1. Students are to be in class before the tardy bell rings.
  2. Students are to be prepared each day with the necessary materials. This includes completion of ALL homework assignments.
  3. Students are to be attentive, involved and organized in class.
  4. Students need to study and review notes daily.
  5. No Work = No Credit; Incomplete assignments will not receive full credit.
  6. Students are responsible for making up missed work.
  7. Students are expected to keep the Lab and Classroom clean.
  8. Treat everyone with consideration and respect. Be very careful with your language, NO cruelty to others will be tolerated.
  9. Cheating will not be tolerated.
  10. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.

     

    Discipline Policy:  Disciplinary rules are outlined in the student handbook. Students will generally be verbally warned the first time that a rule is broken. The parent(s) will be called if the behavior persists.  A referral will be written as a last resort or for any major infraction.  Students are expected to follow the dress code at all times.  Dress code violations will result in student being sent to the dress code station to follow the progressive dress code violation policy of the school.

     

    Cell Phone Policy:  Students who use their communication devices during instructional time will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

     

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

    During the time or administration of any test all cell phones will be powered off, placed in your bookbag, and your bookbag will be placed in the front of the classroom.

     

    The only time that this cell phone policy is not into play is if we are using our cellular device during class in conjunction with the content being presented.

     

     

     

    School Issued Device Policy:  A school issued device is REQUIRED for this course. If you are unable to acquire a school issued device and need assistance with this issue please contact your appointed guidance counselor, tech specialist, or social worker.

    Once provided with a school issued device your school issued device, while in my class your device is only to be used for Sports Medicine course work. Please refrain from watching television shows such as YouTube, Hulu, Netflix, or any other television streaming services. Also, please refrain from using the school issued device for playing video games of any sort.

    Please come to class with your school issue device charged and ready for use. You will not be able to share devices while in this class.

    Students who disregard this policy will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

     

    Smart Watch Policy:  While smart watches add to the ease and effectiveness of our lives, in an educational environment they can be a distraction. While in this classroom smartwatches must always be switched on silent mode. Smartwatches must not disrupt classroom lessons with ring tones, music or beeping. Smartwatches should not be connected to the cell phone during class hours. The Bluetooth function of Smartwatch must be switched off always and not be used to send images or files to other mobile phones.

    Students who disregard this policy will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

    Picture Taking Policy: At no time during class are there to be photographs taken of the instructor, peers, or yourself. The only exception to this rule is if the class is working on an assignment that requires the use of photographs for documentation.

    Students who disregard this policy will be subjected to disciplinary actions.

  • First Offense- Warning
  • Second Offense- Email/Telephone call to parent/guardian
  • Third Offense-Office Referral

     

    Tardy Policy:  Students must be IN the classroom on time. Any student not in by this time, will be directed to a tardy station for a pass to class.  We will follow the school’s progressive tardy policy.

     

    Attendance Policy:  More than 5 unexcused absences in a school year will be grounds for denial of credit.

     

    Credit Recovery:


    “Unit, quarter, and credit recovery are different processes that are available to students at May River High School.  Unit, quarter, and credit recovery are OPPORTUNITIES for a student to get back on track to pass his/her class, earn credits, and graduate on-time with his/her peers.  Recovery is not easy and requires a commitment from a student and a sincere desire to do his/her part to pass and/or earn back a failed credit.” If a student is failing a course they qualify for credit recovery services. Credit Recovery Services is an opportunity for teachers to “catch students before they fail.” The teacher initiates the unit recovery process for his/her student(s) according to the policy outlined in the class syllabus. The teacher monitors unit recovery and makes grade changes directly to his/her gradebook, according to class policy. Health Center 21 will be utilized for credit recovery services. Health Center 21 is a database that houses the Health Science/Sports Medicine Curriculum with interactive eLearning and resources to assist the student in effectively learning the required Health Science Technology content.

     

    Make-Up Policy:  Make-up work:  For excused (Lawful) absences, students will be granted the opportunity to make-up any missed assignments and /or work due to the absence(s). This will include quizzes, test, writing assignments etc. The period for making up the work will be a minimum of one (1) class day for each class day missed to a maximum of one week. For example, if a student misses two days of school (Monday and Tuesday) and returns on Wednesday, then Thursday and Friday will be granted as make-up days for missing Monday and Tuesday (one day for each day missed). In this example, all missed assignments or work (test, quiz etc.) would not be due until Monday. Students who have unexcused absences may be given the opportunity to make up work at the discretion of the principal and teacher during make-up sessions, however, the unexcused absence remains in the student’s record.

     

    Absences: All required assignments will be turned in the day you return to school. It is your responsibility to hand them in, they will not be requested. All assignments missed will be made up and turned in according to the district policy. For excused (lawful) absences, students will be granted the opportunity to make-up any missed assignments and/or work due to the absence(s). This will include activities, quizzes, projects, etc. The period for making up the work will be a minimum of one (1) class day for each class day missed to a maximum of one week.

     

    Attendance Policy:  More than 5 unexcused absences in a school year will be grounds for denial of credit.

     

    Class Rules:

  • Arrive on time. Arriving on time means that when the bell rings you are in your seat as soon as you enter into the classroom and start working on the bell ringer exercise.
  • Raise your hand before speaking.
  • Listen effectively to others and participate in class discussions.
  • Respect the teacher and your fellow classmates.
  • Follow directions
  • Stay on task.
  • Keep your hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.
  • At no time is anyone to be sitting on the counters of the classroom.
  • No swearing, teasing, or name calling (You do not use obscene or vulgar language for any reason. You do not make fun of or tease another classmate because of his color, race, language, religion, or disability, etc.)
  • At no time are you to enter the instructor’s office, or behind the instructor’s desk.
  • Pick up after yourself.
  • Leave other people's materials alone.
  • Do not interrupt another students' learning.
  • Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
  • Keep your hands clean and take care of personal hygiene in the rest room during breaks.
  • No vandalism. Don't write or carve on your desk or school property.

     

    Lab and Safety Rules:

  • Report all accidents, injuries, and breakage of glass or equipment to instructor immediately.
  • No cell phones allowed in the lab area (unless instructed)
  • Keep pathways clear by placing extra items (books, bags, etc.) on the shelves or under the work tables. If under the tables, make sure that these items cannot be stepped on.
  • Long hair (chin-length or longer) must be tied back to avoid incident.
  • Wear sensible clothing including footwear. Loose clothing should be secured so they do not get caught.
  • Work quietly — know what you are doing by reading the assigned experiment before you start to work. Pay close attention to any cautions described in the laboratory exercises
  • Do not taste or smell lab essentials.
  • Unauthorized experiments or procedures must not be attempted.
  • Keep solids out of the sink.
  • Leave your work station clean and in good order before leaving the laboratory.
  • Do not lean, hang over or sit on the laboratory tables.
  • Do not leave your assigned laboratory station without permission of the teacher.
  • Learn the location of the fire extinguisher, eye wash station, first aid kit and safety shower.
  • Fooling around or "horse play" in the laboratory is absolutely forbidden. Students found in violation of this safety rule will be barred from participating in future labs and could result in suspension.
  • Follow all instructions given by your teacher.
  • Learn how to transport all materials and equipment safely.
  • No eating or drinking in the lab at any time.
  • No using unnecessary tape or taping too tightly on purpose.

 

 

 

Text:                                      Sports Medicine Essentials: Core Concepts in Athletic Training & Fitness Instruction - Clover

                                                Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training, 2nd Edition – France

Publisher:                            Cengage Learning

 

 

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR THE YEAR:

 

                #1:    The Sports Medicine Team and Their Roles

                #2:    Legal Considerations & Administration

                #3:    Medical Conditions

                #4:    Emergency Preparedness & Assessment, CPR

                #5:    Infection Control & Bloodborne Pathogens

                #6:    Secondary Survey, Vital Signs, HOPS

#7:    Environmental Factors

                #8:    Injury Assessment & Basic Anatomy

                #9:    Foot & Arch Injuries

                #10:  Ankle & Lower Leg Injuries

#11:  Knee Injuries                                                                                             

                #12:  Hip & Thigh Injuries

                #13:  Thorax & Abdomen Injuries

                #14:  Shoulder Injuries

                #15:  Elbow, Wrist & Hand Injuries

                #16:  Spine Injuries

                #17:  Head & Face Injuries
                #18:  Preventing Injuries through Fitness Training

                #19 Therapeutic Modalities & Exercise for Rehab

                #19:  Nutritional Concerns

 

 

** This outline is subject to change at any time at the discretion of the instructor.

 

***Note to Parents/Guardians:  I am here to help your child discover the possibilities of a health care profession and build the best technical and soft skills he or she possibly can. Progress reports will be available on-line through Power School.  If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to email or call. 

 

SC Stands for Sports Medicine 2:

 

Please Access the South Carolina Standards for Sports Medicine: https://ed.sc.gov/instruction/career-and-technology-education/programs-and-courses/career-clusters/health-science-education/sports-medicine-2/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Medicine 2
Mrs. Parkison

2018-2019

 

I have read the syllabus and understand what is required in this class.

 

 

Student’s Name: (print clearly) _________________________________

 

 

Student’s Signature: __________________________Date:___________

 

 

Parents’ Names: (print clearly) __________________________________

 

 

Parents’ Signatures: ___________________________Date:___________

 

                                     ___________________________Date:___________

 

 

Daytime Phone#:_________________Evening Phone#:_______________

 

Parents’ Email Addresses:______________________________________

 

                                                ______________________________________

 

Student’s Email Address:______________________________________

 

Please tell me anything you think will help me help your child be successful: