The sports trainers association considers the safety and wellbeing of everyone is essential. Due to the current COVID out break and guidelines required to run a course we have made the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming trainer’s course. We understand there are many trainers requiring to update their certificates. So we will run additional course start of pre-season next year.
If you have register you will be contacted this week individually.
Thank you for your patience during a challenging time for all.
Injury Assessment: Part One
If you think a player is injured, the trainer needs to ascertain the following:
Do we have a problem?
No, play on, check the player occasionally
Can we manage it?
Yes, and then manage it
No, refer to appropriate medical professional
Looks easy, how do we make this judgment?
We need information, with enough information the answers tend to appear, some more obvious than others.
The trainer will ideally see the incident. “Viewing” can provide vital information to the trainer. Viewing is the art of looking in front of, and behind play, checking for incidents and or injured players, scanning the entire ground at a break of play. If you see an incident, don’t assume you know what the problem is: confirm your suspicions by obtaining additional information from the player or other people who may have seen the incident.
The following is designed to assist in obtaining additional information:
Stop, Ask, Look, Touch, Active, Passive, Skills
All current, past and future sports trainers welcomed to our meeting.
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