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  1. The Umbrella of Sports Medicine Tony Milian, ATC , LAT Manager, Sports Medicine [U18] Sports Medicine Memorial Hospital Miramar

  2. What is my goal today? • The umbrella of sports medicine • Orthopaedic Surgeon • Physicians Assistant • Physical Therapist • Athletic Trainer • Exercise Physiologist • Strength and Conditioning Specialist • Dietitian or Nutritionist • Psychologists

  3. What is Sports Medicine • the branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of injuries or illness resulting from athletic activities princeton.edu • The branch of medicine that deals with the effects of sport and exercise on the body, especially the treatment of injuries so received, and also studies the physiology of exercise wikipedia.org

  4. Orthopaedic Surgeon • A medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, care, and treatment of patients with disorders of bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and skin. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2007

  5. Orthopaedic Surgeon • Fractures and dislocations • Sprains and strains • Bursitis • Back or disks injuries • Arthritis and osteoporosis • Bone tumors, unequal leg length • Abnormalities of fingers, and toes American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2007

  6. Orthopaedic Surgeon • Career Path: • Complete 4 years of college • Complete 4 years of medical school • Complete 5 years of graduate medical education • 4 years of orthopaedic surgery • 1 year residency • Sports medicine • Pediatrics • Accredited by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2007

  7. Orthopaedic Surgeon • Common settings: • Solo practitioner • Orthopaedic groups • Multi- specialty groups • Salary Range: • $372,000 to $513,000 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2007

  8. Physician Assistant • Provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive healthcare services, as delegated by a physician. United States Department of Labor, 2010

  9. Physician Assistant • Take medical histories • Examine and treat patients • Order and interpret lab test, x – rays, and make diagnoses • Suturing, splinting, and casting • Prescribe medications United States Department of Labor, 2010

  10. Physician Assistant • Career Path: • Most who apply to physician assistant programs already have a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field. • Most PA programs require previous healthcare experience • Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainers, Nurces, paramedics. • 2 years in PA accredited program • Pass test by the National Commission on Certification of Physicians Assistants (NCCPA) United States Department of Labor, 2010

  11. Physician Assistant • Common Settings: • Hospitals • Clinics • Physician practices • Salary Range: • $75,691 to $91,439 United States Department of Labor, 2010

  12. Physical Therapist • Healthcare professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborn to geriatrics, who have medical problems or health related conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limits their ability to perform functional activities in their daily lives. United States Department of Labor, 2010

  13. Physical Therapist • Common injuries seen by PT’s: • Back and neck injuries • Sprains and strains • Fractures • Arthritis • Burns • Amputations • Stroke, multiple sclerosis • Cerebral palsy, • Injuries related to work or sports United States Department of Labor, 2010

  14. Physical Therapist • Common settings: • Hospitals • Outpatient clinics • Private offices • Career path: • Currently only graduate programs who are accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) 2 years. • Doctoral programs is the way of the future 3years. United States Department of Labor, 2010

  15. Physical Therapist • Salary range: $65,597 to 76,363 United States Department of Labor, 2010

  16. Athletic Trainer • Allied healthcare professional who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of muscle and bone injuries. United States Department of Labor, 2010

  17. Athletic Trainer • First healthcare provider on the scene of an injury • Must be able to recognize the injury • Evaluate the injury • Provide immediate care when needed • Provide rehabilitation programs • Administer rehabilitation treatments • Provide injury prevention education United States Department of Labor, 2010

  18. Athletic Trainer • Common Settings: • Colleges and Universities • Professional teams • High Schools / teachers • Hospitals • Physician offices • Fitness and sports centers • Work hours • HS / teacher 60 to 70 hrs / wk • Colleges and universities 50 to 60 hrs / wk

  19. Athletic Trainer • Career path: • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university by the National Athletic Trainer's Association (NATA) • About 70% of ATC’s have masters degrees = better advancement opportunities • Requires a (BOC) certification and must pass a board examination United States Department of Labor, 2010

  20. Athletic Trainers • Traditional Salary Range: • $30,500 to 53,900 • Head ATC College or University: • $42, 450 to 61,137 • Head ATC Professional Team • $50,000 to over $100,000 United States Department of Labor, 2010

  21. Exercise Physiologist • Improve patient’s quality of life, general health, and fitness levels through the creation of individual wellness programs based upon their specific needs. American Society of Exercise Physiologists, 2004

  22. Exercise Physiologists • Instructors / directors of sports and wellness programs • Researchers in sports medicine and fitness programs • Exercise specialists in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation programs • Fitness instructors in resorts, and fitness centers American Society of Exercise Physiologists, 2004

  23. Exercise Physiologists • Career path: • Bachelor’s degree • Many programs are now requiring a master’s of science degree in exercise physiology • Programs must be accredited by the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP) American Society of Exercise Physiologists, 2004

  24. Exercise Physiologists • Salary Range: • $39,088 to 50,314 American Society of Exercise Physiologists, 2004

  25. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists • Professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance National Strength and Conditioning Association

  26. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists • Conduct sports – specific testing sessions • Design and implement strength training programs • Provide guidance regarding nutrition • Educate on injury prevention National Strength and Conditioning Association

  27. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist • Common Settings: • Fitness Centers • College and Universities • Professional Teams • Sports Centers National Strength and Conditioning Association

  28. Certified Strength and conditioning specialists • Career path: • Must have a bachelor’s degree • Pass the CSCS certification exam • Accredited by the National Commissions for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) • Salary range: • $35,000 average National Strength and Conditioning Association

  29. Dietitians and Nutritionists • Dietitians and nutritionists plan food and nutrition programs, supervise meal preparation, and oversee the serving of meals. They prevent and treat illnesses by promoting healthy eating habits and recommending dietary modifications. Unites States Department of Labor, 2010

  30. Dietitians and Nutritionists • Assess patient’s nutritional needs • Develop and implement nutritional programs • Evaluate and report the results • Manage patients with renal / kidney, diabetic, or critically ill. • Manage healthcare facility, company, or school nutritional departments Unites States Department of Labor, 2010

  31. Dietitians and Nutritionists • Common settings: • Hospitals • Large organizations • Health and Fitness Centers • Public health clinics • Home health agencies Unites States Department of Labor, 2010

  32. Dietitians and Nutritionists • Career path for dietitian: • Bachelor’s degree in dietetics from an approved program by the American Dietetic Association (ADA) • Career path for certified nutritionist: • Not an accredited degree • Must pass certification exam • Usually is accompanied by another degree Unites States Department of Labor, 2010

  33. Dietitians and Nutritionists • Salary range: • $41,060 to $61,790 Unites States Department of Labor, 2010

  34. Psychologists • Psychologists study mental processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people relate to one another and the environment. • Sports Psychologists work directly with athletes to increase motivation and enhance performance United States Department of Labor, 2010

  35. Psychologists • Athletic consulting • Depression • Divorce • Death of a loved one • Confusion • Worrying United States Department of Labor, 2010

  36. Psychologists • Common settings: • Clinics • Schools • Independent practice • Career path: • Doctoral degree about 5 years of full time grad work. • Mater’s degree about 2 years of full time grad work. • Must be accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) United States Department of Labor, 2010

  37. Psychologists • Sports Psychologists have additional training and experience in apply psychology to sports and exercise. • Experience!!! Salary range: $54,100 to $115,720 United States Department of Labor, 2010

  38. Thank you! Tony Milian, ATC, LAT Manager, Sports Medicine 954-538-5501 amilian@mhs.net