Preventing Sports
Injuries
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Introduction:
1. Introduction
2. Team Qualifications and Experience
3. Rationale
4. Proposed Tasks
5. Proposed Timeline
6....
Team Qualifications
 Alec Burchard
Trusted with million dollar CNC machine equipment. DET Major
 Zach Rilett
High school...
Rationale
 Pre and Post game stretching.
 Teach athletes how their bodies work.
 Teach athletes not to overuse their b...
85%
reduction in
injuries when post and
pre game stretching is
present.
Rationale
 Pre and Post game stretching.
 Teach athletes how their bodies work.
 Teach athletes not to overuse their b...
30-50%
of sports
injuries result from
overuse.
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Rationale
 Pre and Post game stretching.
 Teach athletes how their bodies work.
 Teach athletes not to overuse their b...
54%
of Trine athletes surveyed
have been injured in the last 6 months.
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Rationale
 Follows University of Michigan‟s program .
 Main ideas in proposal showed promising results.
 Helped athlet...
Proposed Tasks
 Appoint staff advisor.
 Hire Upperclassmen Exercise Science Students.
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 Train exercise science stude...
Proposed Tasks
 Distribute flyers.
 Make reservations for Symposium.
 Sports Neuropsychology Symposium.
Proposed Tasks
 Students working with athletes.
 Communication between students and Staff Advisor.
 Evaluate program.
Timeline
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Appoint Staff Advisor
Hire & Train Exercise Science majors
Trainers, coaches, students attend Symposium
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Budget
Work Study Wages......................................................................................................
Course Evaluation
 Compile record of athletic injuries.
 Get input from students.
 Get input from athletes and coaches....
Injury Data
Trine Athlete Participation in Warm-Up, Cool-Down:
No Participation
10%
1/3 Participation
23%
47%
2/3 Par...
References
Casillo, David. “For college scholarship athletes, injury can spell financial disaster.” The Daily
Caller. Acce...
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Team Stretching (pg. 2)
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Questions
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Preventing Sports Injuries

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  • 1. Preventing Sports Injuries 1
  • 2. Introduction: 1. Introduction 2. Team Qualifications and Experience 3. Rationale 4. Proposed Tasks 5. Proposed Timeline 6. Budgetary Needs 7. Course Evaluation 8. Sports Injuries Data 9. References 10. Q&A 2
  • 3. Team Qualifications  Alec Burchard Trusted with million dollar CNC machine equipment. DET Major  Zach Rilett High school yearbook editor. DET Major  Nicholas Harrison High school varsity soccer team captain. ME Major  Jackson Lautenschlager Pit Tech Official for Indy Car Racing League. CE Major
  • 4. Rationale  Pre and Post game stretching.  Teach athletes how their bodies work.  Teach athletes not to overuse their body.  Help condition athletes.  Teach about activities that pose high risk of injury.
  • 5. 85% reduction in injuries when post and pre game stretching is present.
  • 6. Rationale  Pre and Post game stretching.  Teach athletes how their bodies work.  Teach athletes not to overuse their body.  Help condition athletes.  Teach about activities that pose high risk of injury.
  • 7. 30-50% of sports injuries result from overuse. 3
  • 8. Rationale  Pre and Post game stretching.  Teach athletes how their bodies work.  Teach athletes not to overuse their body.  Help condition athletes.  Teach about activities that pose high risk of injury.
  • 9. 54% of Trine athletes surveyed have been injured in the last 6 months. 5
  • 10. Rationale  Follows University of Michigan‟s program .  Main ideas in proposal showed promising results.  Helped athletes reduce injury significantly.  Main ideas in proposal spreading nationwide.
  • 11. Proposed Tasks  Appoint staff advisor.  Hire Upperclassmen Exercise Science Students. 4  Train exercise science students.  Introduce students, athletes, and advisor.
  • 12. Proposed Tasks  Distribute flyers.  Make reservations for Symposium.  Sports Neuropsychology Symposium.
  • 13. Proposed Tasks  Students working with athletes.  Communication between students and Staff Advisor.  Evaluate program.
  • 14. Timeline     Appoint Staff Advisor Hire & Train Exercise Science majors Trainers, coaches, students attend Symposium Students work with Athletes     Students work with Athletes Communication between students and Advisor Recruit new students Train new & returning students     Students work with Athletes Communication between students and Advisor Recruit, Train new & returning students Evaluate 2 year program
  • 15. Budget Work Study Wages.........................................................................................................................$20,000 $1,000 per semester for 5 people Neuropsychology Symposium.........................................................................................................$3,000 $150 per person at 20 people Hotel.................................................................................................................................................$1,780 $89 per person at 20 people Transportation……………………………………………………………………………………$206.23 Estimated gas prices Food…………………………………………………………………………………………………$150 $7.50 per person at 20 people Advisor Wages…………………………………………………………………………………...$10,000 $2,500 per semester Paper for Flyers…………………………….……….........................................................................$7.79 Staples® Multipurpose Paper Reams, 500 pack Ink for Printers…………………………………………………………………………………….$29.99 HP 61XL Tricolor Ink Cartridge, High Yield Total…………………………………………………………………………………………..$35,174.01 2 year cost of program
  • 16. Course Evaluation  Compile record of athletic injuries.  Get input from students.  Get input from athletes and coaches.  Make changes accordingly.
  • 17. Injury Data Trine Athlete Participation in Warm-Up, Cool-Down: No Participation 10% 1/3 Participation 23% 47% 2/3 Participation 20% Full Participation
  • 18. References Casillo, David. “For college scholarship athletes, injury can spell financial disaster.” The Daily Caller. Accessed February 25, 2013. Childs, Dan. “Dangerous Games: College Athletes at Risk of Injury.” ABC News. Accessed February 27, 2013. Cody, Jason. “Nearly 30% of all college athlete injuries a result of „overuse‟.” Michigan State University. Accessed February 27, 2013. F, Rifat S., and McKeag D. B. “Practical methods of preventing ankle injuries. .” Rochester Knee and Sports Medicine . Accessed April 5, 2013. Gessel, Luke M., Sarah K. Fields, Christy L. Collins, Randall W. Dicks, and R D. Comstock. “Concussions Among United States High School and Collegiate Athletes.” Journal of Athletic Training. Accessed April 5, 2013. Hootman, Jennifer M., Randall Dick, and Julie Agel. "Epidemiology of Collegiate Injuries for 15 Sports: Summary and Recommendations for Injury Prevention Initiatives." Journal of Athletic Training. "Ink Cartridges." Staples. 2012. http://www.staples.com/keywords/cat_BI512321 (accessed Apr 10, 2013). McGreevy, Patrick. “Gov. Brown signs bill to help injured college athletes get degrees.” Los Angeles Times. Accessed February 25, 2013. "Multipurpose Paper." Staples. 2012. http://www.staples.com/Staples-Multipurpose-Paper-8-1-2inch-x-11-inch-Ream/product_513099 (accessed Apr 10, 2013). Thomas, Jim. “Frequency of Injury Among College Athletes.” LiveStrong Foundation. August 11, 2011. Sports Neuropsychology Society . “Sports Neuropsychology Society Annual Meeting and Symposium.” http://www.sportsneuropsychologysociety.com/sports-neuropsychology-society-annual-meeting-and-symposium/. Trine University. “Federal Work Study.” http://www.trine.edu/admission/undergraduate/financial_aid/types_of_aid/work_study.cfm.
  • 19. Images          Team Stretching (pg. 1) http://williamshealthgroup.wordpress.com/ Team Stretching (pg. 2) http://williamshealthgroup.wordpress.com/ Athletic Trainer (pg. 13) http://www.perenichlaw.com/personal-injury/sports-injuries.aspx Faculty Advisor (pg. 6) http://www.trine.edu/athletics/info/athletic_training/ Trine Soccer Player (pg. 12) http://www.mlive.com/sports/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2011/10/south_haven_grad_nick_thon_ wor.html Kobe Bryant Stretching (pg. 14) http://uel2012blog.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/kobe-bryant-stretching.jpg Athletic Trainer (pg. 8) http://learnthat.com/files/2010/12/athletic-training-career1.jpeg Texas A&M Football Player (pg. 4) http://blog.chron.com/aggies/files/2011/11/SPORTS_FBC-TEXASAMOKLAHOMA_4_DA.jpg Classroom (pg. 19) http://theshynessproject.wordpress.com/2011/03/31/how-can-a-teacher-get-more-studentsto-participate/
  • 20. Questions

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