FDV103 - Injury Recognition & Post Rehabilitation

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Subject Title
Injury Recognition & Post Rehabilitation

Subject Description
This subject allows students to have a better understanding of common athletic injuries and present the concepts required to safely develop an effective exercise program post injury. The most current techniques in acute care management, investigate athletic footwear, explore common rehabilitation tools and develop an understanding of how to treat an injury from beginning to end, are examined. Various teaching techniques are utilized to allow the student a better practical understanding of functional anatomy, physiology and musculoskeletal injuries that occur in the body. Different equipment will be introduced throughout the term, allowing students to gain hands-on experience of industry tools and how to safely use them. Student presentations are incorporated into the teaching model to expand the practical knowledge of different exercise apparatuses and training techniques that are utilized by the fitness professional when working with clients.

Credit Status
One credit toward the Fitness Leadership Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Justify the role of the fitness instructor in injury recognition and prevention.
2. Describe and define the injury process of a strain, sprain and fracture.
3. Demonstrate an understanding in the application of strapping techniques.
4. Identify the different components of the athletic shoe and explain how they work to provide optimal biomechanical support to the skeletal system.
5. Explain how different injuries occur and what structures may be involved with the use of anatomical diagrams and mechanism of injury.
6. Assess a joints range of motion, muscular strength, biomechanics, and cardiovascular capabilities.
7. Determine what exercise protocols and techniques could be used to aid in the functional recovery of different musculoskeletal injuries.
8. Investigate and present to the class different exercise techniques/apparatuses that may be used in the strengthening of the musculoskeletal system to assist the participant in their return to activity.
9. Demonstrate knowledge of the liabilities associated in working with a post rehab client.

Cheating and Plagiarism
Each student should be aware of the College's policy regarding Cheating and Plagiarism. Seneca's Academic Policy will be strictly enforced.

To support academic honesty at Seneca College, all work submitted by students may be reviewed for authenticity and originality, utilizing software tools and third party services. Please visit the Academic Honesty site on http://library.senecacollege.ca for further information regarding cheating and plagiarism policies and procedures.

Discrimination/Harassment
All students and employees have the right to study and work in an environment that is free from discrimination and/or harassment. Language or activities that defeat this objective violate the College Policy on Discrimination/Harassment and shall not be tolerated. Information and assistance are available from the Student Conduct Office at student.conduct@senecacollege.ca.

Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
The College will provide reasonable accommodation to students with disabilities in order to promote academic success. If you require accommodation, contact the Counselling and Disabilities Services Office at ext. 22900 to initiate the process for documenting, assessing and implementing your individual accommodation needs.

Prerequisite(s)
FDV100 and FDV101

Students should consult the Program Information Package each semester to ensure they have current information regarding program requirements. Packages are available from the Continuing Education Office.

Topic Outline
1. Introduction to sports medicine, role of the fitness leader, predisposing factor to injury and legal
    liability issues
2. Physiology of injuries including injury types and classifications, inflammatory response and healing
    process
3. Environmental conditions related to exercise
4. Testing/recognition of injuries including ROM, strength and biomechanical testing
5. Gait analysis and proper footwear
6. Different therapy techniques, equipment, exercise prescription and progression
7. Foot, ankle, hip, thigh, knee and lower limb injuries
8. Lumbar, thoracic and spinal cord injuries
9. Concussions and cervical spine injuries
10. Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand injuries
11. Taping and bracing techniques
12. Functional assessments

Mode of Instruction
Lectures, case studies, practical applications and student presentations

Prescribed Texts
CLINICAL MECHANICS AND KINESIOLOGY WITH WEB RESOURCE
ISBN: 9780736086431

Reference Material
None.

Required Supplies
None.

Promotion Policy

Grading Policy
A+ 90%  to  100%
A 80%  to  89%
B+ 75%  to  79%
B 70%  to  74%
C+ 65%  to  69%
C 60%  to  64%
D+ 55%  to  59%
D 50%  to  54%
F 0%    to  49% (Not a Pass)
OR
EXC Excellent
SAT Satisfactory
UNSAT Unsatisfactory

For further information, see a copy of the Academic Policy, available online (http://www.senecacollege.ca/academic-policy) or at Seneca's Registrar's Offices.


Modes of Evaluation
Term Work and Exam Requirements:

To pass this subject, the student must achieve the learning outcomes stated in the subject. This is demonstrated by the student successful completion of both the term work and the final exam. 
If the student does not pass the term work, the student will not be permitted to write the final examination.  If the student passes the term work, but fails the final examination, the student may be awarded a Supplemental Grade (SUP) at the discretion of the Promotion Committee.  If a student fails to achieve a minuimum of (50%) in the Term Work and/ or Final Exam, an F grade will be assigned.

Attendance / Leaving Class Early:
Though no grade is assigned for attendance in this subject, there is a requirement that the students consistantly attend classes in order to pass this subject.  When students miss a class or leave early, it is their responsibility to "catch up" on missed material, announcements, schedule changes and discussions.

Missed Quizzes:

The weighting for missed quizzes maybe applied to quizzes not yet written in the term. There will be no make up opportunities for missed quizzes. 

Missed Final Exam:

A student who misses the final examination due to medical or other reasons must submit the pertinent documentation to the faculty within one (1) week. Upon receipt of the documentation and its acceptance by the faculty, faculty will award the student a deferred exam in which they will be able to write their exam at a specified date with all students in the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training.  Final examinations are to be grammatically correct, and follow the rules of good English.

Late Assignments/ Labs Reports /Etc.: 

All assignments and lab reports are due at the beginning of the class on the dates specified.  Should extenuating circumstances arise, please contact your instructor by email immediately prior to when your assignment is due. A penalty of 10 % will be imposed for assignments and lab reports submitted late. Material will not be accepted one week after the submission date and /or after the marked material has been returned, which ever comes first. 
In cases of cheating or plagiarism, the College Academic Policy will prevail.  Please ensure that all assignments and lab reports are properly documented.

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Grading is based on the following marking scheme:
                                 25%         Mid-Term Exam
                                 45%         Assignments/Quizzes
                                 30%         Final Exam
                                100%


PLEASE RETAIN THIS SUBJECT OUTLINE FOR POSSIBLE FUTURE USE IN SUPPORT OF CREDIT APPLICATIONS AT OTHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

Approved by: Lisa Somers