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Index

I. Introduction to Sports Medicine
      A. definitions
      B. careers in sports medicine
      C. athletic training
      D. record keeping
      E. terminology
            1. directional terms
            2. musculoskeletal terms
      F. inflammatory response
      G. effects of cold
      H. effects of heat
      I. R.I.C.E.
      J. rehabilitation

II. Foot and Ankle
      A. bones
            tarsals
            2. metatarsals
            3. phalanges
            4. tibia
            5. fibula
      B. ligaments
            1. Long Plantar
            2. calcaneocuboid
            3. calcaneonavicular
            4. anterior talofibular
            5. posterior talofibular
            6. calcaneofibular
            7. deltoid
            8. interosseus membrane
      
C. muscles
            1. Anterior Tibialis
            2. extensor digitorum longus
            3. extensor hallicus longu
            4. peroneus longus
            5. peroneus brevis
            6. posterior tibialis
            7. flexor digitorum longus
            8. flexor hallicus longus
            9. gastrocnemius
            10. soleus
      C 1/2. Muscle Motions
            1. Plantarflexion
            2. Dorsiflexion
            3. Eversion
            4. Inversion
      D. Conditions
            1. arch sprains
                  a. pes planus
                  b. pes cavus
                  c. longitudinal arch
                  d. metatarsal arch
            2. plantar fascitis
            3. turf toe
            4. shin splints
            5. compartment syndrome
            6. ankle sprains
                  a. talr tilt
                  b. anterior drawer
            7. achilles tendon strain (tendonitis)
            8. fractures
III. Knee
      A. bones
            1. tibia
                  a. tibial plateau
                  b. tibial tuberosity
            2. fibula
                  a. head
            3. femur
                  a. medial condyle
                  b. lateral condyle
            4. patella
      B. Ligaments
            1. anterior cruciate
            2. posterior cruciate
            3. medial collateral
            4. lateral collateral
            5. joint capsule
      C. cartilage - meniscus
      D. muscles
            1. quadreceps
                  a. rectus femoris
                  b. vastus medialis
                  c. vastus lateralis
                  d. vastus intermedius
            2. Hamstrings
                  a. semimembranosus
                  b. semitendinosus
                  c. biceps femoris
      E. Conditions
            1. sprains
                  a. valgus
                  b. varus
                  c. anterior drawer
                  d. posterior drawer
                  e. lachman's
                  f. posterior sag
            2. meniscal tears
                  a. McMurray test
                  b. Appley's compression
            3. patellar-femoral problems
                  a. Q-angle
                  b. "tracking"
                  c. VMO
                  d. dislocation
                  e. subluxations
            4. jumper's knee
            5. Osgood Schlater's
            6. runner's knee
            7. bursitis
IV. Hip & Thigh
      A. bones
            1. femur
                  a. head
                  b. neck
                  c. greater trochanter
                  d. lesser trochanter
                  e. shaft
            2. ilium
                  a. iliac crest
                  b. iliac spines
                  c. acetabulum
            3. ischium
                  a. ischial tuberosity
                  b. acetabulum
            4. pubis
                  a. interpubic joint
                  b. acetabulum
            5. sacrum
            6. coccyx
      B. ligaments
            1. joint capsule
      C. muscles
            1. groin
                  a. pectineus
                  b. adductor longus
                  c. adductor brevis
                  d. adductor magnus
                  e. gracilis
            2. hamstrings
            3. rectus femoris
            4. sartorius
            5. gluteus maximus
            6. gluteus minimus
            7. gluteus medius
            8. tensor fasciae latae
            9. six lateral rotators
            10. iliopsoas
      D. conditions
            1. hip pointer
            2. hamstring strain
            3. groin strain
            4. quad contusion
                  a. myositis ossificans
            5. trochanteric bursitis
V. Shoulder
      A. bones
            1. hmerus
                  a. head
            2. scapula
                  a. glenoid fossa
                  b. acromion process
                  c. coracoid process
                  d. spine
            3. clavicle
            4. sternum
                  a manubrium
                  b. body
                  c. xiphoid process
            5. ribs
      B. joints
            1. acromio-clavicular
            2. sterno-clavicular
            3. glenohumeral
            4. sdcapulo-thoracic
            5. coroco-clavicular
      C. ligaments
            1. acomioclavicular
            2. coacoclavicular
            3. sternoclavicular
            4. interclavicular
            5. costoclavicular
            6. glenohumeral capsule
      D. muscles
            1. rotator cuff
                  a. supraspinatus
                  b. infraspinatus
                  c. teres minor
                  d. subscapularis
            2. deltoid
                  a. anterior
                  b. middle
                  c. posterior
            3. pectoralis major
                  a. sternal
                  b. clavicular
            4. latissimus dorsi
            5. teres major       E. conditions
            1. shoulder dislocation / subluxation
                  a. apprehension
                  b. sulcus sign
            2. shoulder separation
                  a. spring test
            3. clavicle fracture
            4. rotator cuff strain / impingement / bursitis
            5. biceps tendonitis / subluxation
VI. Elbow,Wrist, and Hand
      A. bones
            1. humerus
                  a. medial condyle
                  b. lateral condyle
            2. ulna
                  a. olecranon
            3. radius
                  a. head
            4. carpals
                  a. navicular / scaphoid
            5. metacarpals
            6. phalanges
      B. ligaments
            1. elbow
                  a. medial collateral / ulnar
                  b. lateral collateral / radial
            2. hand / fingers
                  a. ulnar collateral
                  b. radial collateral
            3. interosseus membrane
      C. muscles
            1. finger/wrist extensors - lateral
            2. finger/wrist flexors - medial
      D. conditions
            1. ³gamekeeper¹s² thumb
            2. finger sprains ³jam²
            3. wrist sprains
                  a. hyperextension
                  b. flexion
            4. navicular fracture
                  a. anatomical ³snuff box²
            5. tennis elbow
            6. little league elbow
            7. elbow dislocation
            8. fractures