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Injury Prevention for Sports: Sports Conditioning

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This is the fourth of a 5-part series on injury prevention for sports.

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CLogan's curator insight, February 17, 2013 10:33 PM

"Make the most of you physical performance!"

Victoria Saenz's curator insight, September 23, 2015 7:39 AM

Injury prevention through proper conditioning and strength training is a necessity for all athletes.  This series has great information on how that is accomplished and the results.

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Codes of Ethics in Exercise and Fitness

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"Codes Of Ethics In Exercise And Fitness."

According to the author, Heather Hitchcock, It is best to demonstrate how personal trainers should behave professionally, which abide by the code of ethics. Portraying professional manners toward each client as well as a building a professional relationship. It is important that we maintain the client's best interest such as their safety and health. Overall, all personal trainers should abide the code of ethics by staying within the scope of practice.


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Missouri Ludlum's curator insight, April 15, 2013 4:47 PM

This article gives great insight into the codes of ethics for personal trainers.

Brent Moore's curator insight, November 15, 2013 7:23 PM

Personal training is a growing field with little regulation. The professional personal trainer must develop his personal and professional ethics in a way that protects the client and the trainer from harm and legal action. Many certifying agencies have their own code of ethics to help personal trainers conduct themselves in an ethical manner.

Gage Wesley's curator insight, December 16, 2013 1:17 PM

Based on this article, I've learned that you need to be patient and have proper ettiquette in order to be successful with the people that you're training.

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Never, Ever Give Up. Arthur's Inspirational Transformation!

If this story can inspire someone you know, please share it with them! Arthur's story is highlighted from the beginning, in the upcoming documentary, INSPIRED: The Movie.

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Michael Mouk's curator insight, February 9, 2013 8:06 PM

This is a great video showing how one instructor who cares can change the life of a person.

Markvell Gilmore's comment, April 11, 2013 10:46 PM
This show anyone, if you have a dream never give up on it. great video and very inspirational
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Sports Injury - Criteria for return to play after an injury

Sports Injury Forum -Michael DeFranco MD | Guest Holly Silvers, MPT Director of Research and Physical Therapy U.S. Soccer Federation Medical Team, C.D. Chiva...

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Ethical Issues in Athletic Training

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Ethical Issues In Athletic Training. An athletic trainer is a health-care provider. Working primarily in the sports setting, the athletic trainer's role is to treat and prevent injury to the athletes under his care.

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Dr. Andrews says RG3 was never cleared to re-enter game

Dr. Andrews says RG3 was never cleared to re-enter game | Sports Ethics: Gilmore, M | Scoop.it
Renowned sports surgeon Dr. James Andrews serves as one of the Redskins’ game-day physicians.  That relationship could now be in danger, grave or otherwise.

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Jamison Fausett's curator insight, February 9, 2014 2:16 PM

As athletes become a prized investment, the scrutiny is high when making a medical decisions that regard the future well being of these athletes. Just because they can redefine the laws of physical performance, does not mean we shouldn't take into a higher consideration when letting them heal.

Alexander Ellis's curator insight, February 16, 2014 11:17 AM

Dr. James Andrews is known as the best orthopedic surgeon in sports and America.  He is also a physician for the Washington Redskins.  His career could have been in jeopardy if he had given RGIII the go-ahead to play when initial reports said he did after sustaining a nasty knee injury.  It is his duty to protect players from playing when they shouldn't be on the field.  He may be the best doctor, but he won't be if he ever loses his license...

Paul Larson's curator insight, April 24, 2014 7:17 PM

Not only do therapist's need to clear a player, but the player and coaches need to respect the injury for what it is. If a player competes on an injury that is not completely healed they are in such a great risk of causing more damage and even ruining their career.

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Do physical therapists bear responsibility towards the athlete they ...

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BUT, the issues it raised, on sports and ethics, have long terms implications. Do physical therapists ... What would YOU have done had you been Lance Armstrong's physical therapist or trainer, and suspected?

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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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physical therapy ethics

physical therapy ethics - Read online for free.

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Michael Belcher Jr.'s curator insight, February 14, 2013 9:25 PM

Contains lots of insight to the ethical standards of Physical Therapists.  It also provides lot of background info for anyone looking to begin a career in the field of Physical Therapy.

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Ethical Responsibilities of a Sports Trainer

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Coaches and sports trainers often face a dilemma that combines the desire to win with the welfare of their athletes. As a sports trainer, you can draw on a code of ethics to help you maintain that ...

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Pablo Nunez's curator insight, November 17, 2013 11:35 AM

A fantastic breakdown of how to apply proper sports ethics in today's society

Robert Ray Norris's curator insight, December 8, 2013 4:42 PM

For you as a sports trainer you have the knoldge of sports medicine and can tell the coach that the injured player has so many plays, days or even months of no activity depending on the savarity of the injury.

Stephanie Howard's curator insight, May 16, 2015 10:59 PM

As coaches, we must remember that winning isn't everything. While it is one of the main goals of competition, there are other important aspects that we must teach our athletes. These include honesty and discipline, attributes than be used in many aspects of our lives.