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The Power of Pediatric Physical Therapy:Sophia's Story

This video is about the power of pediatric physical therapy and it features Sophia's story. Visit www.pathways.org for more information.

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Standardized rehabilitation may improve post-TKA function | Orthopedics - Healio

Standardized rehabilitation may improve post-TKA function | OrthopedicsHealioNews Wire Alerts · RSS Feeds · Orthopedics · Orthopedics Today. Welcome, Guest. Sign in for a personal experience. Customized content served to meet your interests.

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CrossFit Zone - Code of Ethics - Crossfit Zone Victoria BC, Vancouver Island

CrossFit Zone - Code of Ethics - Crossfit Zone Victoria BC, Vancouver Island | sports ethics Wichman L | Scoop.it

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Theo DeHoyos's curator insight, December 15, 2012 10:34 PM

this page gives typical guidelines and standards of CrossFit gyms

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there are several posts on Pinterest that discuss cross fit guidelines. I pinned several to my running board. I see that uhave joined Pinterest.
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Standardized rehabilitation may improve post-TKA function | Orthopedics - Healio

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Ethical issues and sports medicine

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In today’s sports medicine arena, this definition is not so clear. The traditional physician-patient relationship now has become, at the least, a triad—doctor-patient-team relationship. In some cases, the financial “health” of the patient threatens to cloud the picture.

The priority in treating a child’s sports injury is pretty clear when the child’s physical health is the first priority of all interested parties. But what about the scholarship-level high-school athlete whose ticket out of an impoverished background or means to a college education is his or her athletic ability? What about the professional basketball player in game 7 of the final round of the playoffs? Does the Hippocratic rule—the basic tenet of all of medicine—change? When does the black and white of clinical sports medicine turn a shade of gray?

Sideline and locker room injections are routinely performed in the elite college and professional arenas to facilitate participation of the individual athlete. Where and how the line is drawn will be the ethical footprint for future sports medicine professionals. Should the relationship between the physician and the injured athlete become a team sport with multiple participants?
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Alexander Ellis's curator insight, February 16, 2014 12:58 PM

The hippocratic rule/oath taken by physicians is at times neglected to help the athlete succeed when their health may be in jeopardy.  The oath is one that a physician swears to treat a patient as if they were treating oneself and being responsible for that patient at all times. Athletes will do anything to stay in competition and it is the physician's duty to make the right decision, no matter what following consequence may take place.

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A Retrospective Analysis of Ethics Knowledge in Physical Therapy (1970–2000)

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Ethics Thrown Aside: Professional Sports Needs a Makeover

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Michael Vick, Donte Stallworth, Ben Roethlisberger, Tiger Woods, Ray Lewis, Reggie Bush and Cam Newton all have one thing in common: they are revered by the American public...

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Has money ruined ethics in sports? - SKNVibes.com

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Sports Medicine Team: Athletic Trainers « Athletic Training and Fitness

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I consider sports medicine to be very much a team activity and to provide superior sports medicine, there must be a team of professionals in place to make it happen. In this post, I will address those professionals that I consider ...

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10 Ethical Issues Facing Health/Fitness Professionals [Strength Training, Personal Training] - Fitness.com

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Working in the health and fitness industry often involves finding a balance between what's ethical and what's not. Read here to see what ethical issues health and fitness professionals deal with on ...

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Dianne McGavin's comment, December 16, 2012 6:33 PM
I like this - have to borrow it!
Alexander Ellis's curator insight, February 16, 2014 12:43 PM

Personal and professional respect and courtesy is highly valued in this field because physical contact with a stranger is required at times.  If clients are not comfortable with their trainer/therapist, the business will fall quickly.