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When treating an athlete you find he is often secluded and rarely communicates but is intuitive and does a majority of his rehabilitation on his own. What might you infer he suffers from?
a) Introversion b) Judgmental c) Extroversion d) Proxemics
Which of the following are psychological factors of Andersen and Williams’ stress response model of athletic injury?
a) Coping resources, social support, state of anxiety b) Personality, coping resources, state of anxiety c) Personality, history stressors, coping resources d) History of stressors, attentional changes, personality
Which of the following is not counseling trap that sports medicine professionals should avoid?
a) Lack of resources b) Conflict of interest c) Lack of training d) Dependency
Rapport is defined as:
a) A goal-oriented act intended to benefit another person b) The process of sending, receiving, and understanding information c) A method of working with patients or clients to assist them in modifying or reducing factors that d) A state of relationship between two or more people characterized by trust and confidence
Within the medical field yourself as an athletic trainer is considered to be _________ level of helper
a) Fourth-level helpers b) Second-level helpers c) First-level helpers d) Third-level helpers
It's the first game during your teams football season. Your team is down a few points when the starting quarterback goes down. At this point you perform an exam and conclude he will not return to the game and may be out indefinitely. What could the a
a) Depression over being unable to compete b) Fear in not being able to perform c) Apathy for not being able to play with his team d) Hyperactivity for having to watch other perform
One of your athletes is struggling to achieve adequate range of motion (ROM) following knee surgery. What might be an effective way to improve her ROM?
a) Tension reduction, by making it easier for them to perform the rehabilitation b) Attention diversion, strategically distracting them allowing them to go further c) Tell her to suck it up and work harder, and push them though there sticking points d) Thought stoppage, preventing thoughts of negativity from entering there minds
When treating an athlete you find he is often secluded and rarely communicates but is intuitive and does a majority of his rehabilitation on his own. What might you infer about him?
a) Very self judgmental and is able work things out b) A introverted person and can reflect on his actions c) He is proxemic and only needs to be told once to understand somthing d) He has a great deal of locus control and can make plans
An athlete comes in presenting with numbness and pain in their hands and feet, indicative of a peripheral neuropathy. You might infer from this that they are suffering from _________ type of deficiency.
a) The athlete could be lacking B6 that is vital for peripheral nerve endings b) The athlete could be lacking vitamin B9 that is vital for peripheral nerve endings c) The athlete cold be lacking from vitamin B12 that is vital for peripheral nerve endings d) The athlete could be lacking from vitamin B3 that is vital for peripheral nerve endings
Which is a form of progressive relaxation exercises?
a) Cook’s progressive relaxation b) Maxwell’s progressive relaxation c) Jacobson’s progressive relaxation d) Horschel’s progressive relaxation
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