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P3 describe the physiological responses common to most sports injuries
P4 describe the psychological responses common to sports injuries
M2 explain the physiological and psychological responses common to most sports Injuries
D1 analyse the physiological and psychological responses common to most sports Injuries
Know about a range of sports injuries and their symptoms
Physiological responses: damaged tissue, eg primary damage response, healing response, the clotting mechanism; the importance of scar tissue control in the re-modelling process; specific to injury, eg sprain/ strain (signs and symptoms of first, second and third degree), haematomas (inter/intra)
Psychological responses: response to injury, eg anger, anxiety, depression, frustration, isolated from team mates; response to treatment and rehabilitation, eg anxiety, frustration, need for motivation, use of goal setting
Criteria P3 and P4 aim to address the issue of occurrence of sports injuries and the resulting symptoms, both physiologically and psychologically, as identified within the related content of the unit. If an explanation of both issues is detailed and contextualised sufficiently to the concept of sports injury then it is possible that grading criterion M2 and D1 (analysis) may also be achieved. It may be possible to assess this via the booklet mentioned previously, or for learners to give a presentation on the issues, supported by a tutor witness statement/observation record to confirm achievement.
Describe, explain and analyse the Physiological and Psychological responses common to sports injuries
INJURY: Broken leg , (tibia and fibula)
1. David Buust
David Buust is a retired player who used to play for Coventry city football club from 1992-1996 he made 50 appearances for Coventry before getting tackled in the game against Manchester united two minutes into the game. Bussts injuries were so bad that there was a risk of his leg being amputated. But contacted MRSA which caused further damage to the muscle and tissue in his leg. After having 26 operations he was advised to retire by doctors.
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES: (What are they)
How the body responds when injury occurs it aims to repair and protect damages bones , muscles and tendons from further injury. For example if you had a cut it wold be the time it takes to heal.
PSYCHOLOGICAL RESPONSES (What are they)
The mental response of how an athlete deals with their injury and the way they respond to treatment and how the athlete copes with stress and possible depression that could result from the injury.
Describe, explain and analyse:
A tissue can be damaged in many ways for example a athlete could be running and damage some tissue when they are running. The will then experience symptoms such as pain in the area where the tear is and the area would become red and could swell. An athlete could also damage tissue by overworking a particular area in the body for example if a person was in the gym and they overworked their biceps they could damage their tissue in their arm. Then they would have to rest until the tissue repairs itself. A damaged tissue would be treated by the RICE treatment method.
David Busst response
David Busst damaged his tissue in his right leg in a premier league match against Manchester united while playing for Coventry city on the 8th April 1996. The injury occurred when Busst went up for a corner and was sandwiched between to players who tackled him this left him with the bone in his leg ripping through his sock and effectively splitting his leg in two. This caused the Manchester united goalkeeper to throw up on the pitch. Busst`s tissue in his right leg was damaged even more while in hospital as he...
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