Type
Word Scramble
Description

extension
anterior
plantar
pronation
lateral
internal
Posterior
efferent
Superior
deep
superficial
afferent
flexion
adduction
inversion
medial
distal
external
supination
palmar
eversion
Directional terms
inferior
abduction

Sports Medicine Terminology Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

SPORTSMEDICINE
ATHLETICTRAINER
SUPINATION
SUPERIOR
PROXIMAL
PRONATION
POSTERIOR
PLANTARFLEXION
MEDIAL
LORDOSIS
LATERAL
LACERATION
INVERSION
INFERIOR
HYPERTROPHY
HYDRATION
FLEXION
EVERSION
EXTENSION
DORSIFLEXION
DISTAL
CONTUSION
CONCUSSION
CONGENITAL
CIRCUMDUCTION
BLISTER
ATROPHY
ADDUCTION
ABRASION
ABDUCTION

Anatomy Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

meaning farther away distal
lower inferior
away from midline lateral
towards midline medial
closer proximal
superior higher
split thru anterior and posterior coronal
split thru lateral and medial sagittal
split thru superior and inferior transverse
bruise contusion
raising arms away from body abduction
placing arms down next to body addiction
Rotate toes out eversion
opening joint angle extension
closing joint angle flexion
rotate toes in inversion
hands facing down pronation
hands facing up supination
blood tumor hematoma
new injury acute
returning chronic
crack or sound from bones crepitus
deep cut laceration
scrape abrasion
behind posterior

Sports Medicine Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a bruise contusion
long lasting chronic
new injury acute
blood tumor hematoma
grinding/crackling of joint crepitus
deep cut laceration
scrape abrasion
splits body into right and left halves sagittal
splits body into upper and lower halves transverse
splits body into anterior and posterior halves coronal
back of body posterior
superior body parts above others
body parts below others inferior
body parts towards the middle of body medial
body parts away from the middle of body lateral
body parts closest to point of reference proximal
body parts away from point of reference distal
to move limbs away from body abduction
to move limbs towards the body adduction
ankle turned towards mid-line of body inversion
ankle turned away from mid-line of body eversion
to bend a limb flexion
to straighten a limb extension
facing anteriorly supination
posteriorly pronation

Sports med Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cutting laterally down the body Sagittal
Cuts the body in half at the waist Transverse
Cuts the body as if a crown were going all the way down Coronal
Front Anterior
Back Posterior
Body parts above Transverse line Superior
Body parts below transverse line Inferior
Body parts towards midline Medial
Body parts away from midline Lateral
Body parts close to point of reference Proximal
Body parts away from point of reference Distal
To move a body part away from midline Abduction
Move a body part towards midline Adduction
Pointed inward Inversion
Pointed outward Eversion
Action of bending Flexion
To straighten a body part Extension
Laying face up Supination
Laying face down Pronation
New injury Acute
A symptom or injury that doesn't go away Chronic
Comes with older age generally and causes friction between bones and Cartledge Crepitus
Process of scraping Abrasion
A bruise Contusion
Blood clot Hematoma

Sports med terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Runs along the top of the skull separating the lateral and medial Sagittal
Divides body into superior and inferior parts Transverse
Divides body into anterior and posterior sections Coronal
Back Posterior
Closest to the top of the head Superior
Closest to the bottom of the feet Inferior
Middle body Medial
Outside of body Lateral
Closer to the point of attachment Proximal
Farther from the point of attachment Distal
Moves limbs away from the body Abduction
Move limbs toward body Adduction
Toes toward body (pigeon toed) Inversion
Toes point away from body (duck feet) Eversion
Close joints Flexion
Extending joint Extension
Limb role outward (soup) Supination
Limb role inward Pronation
New injury Acute
Persisting Chronic
Bruise Contusion
Blood tumor Hematoma
Crackling sound caused by rubbing bones Crepitus
Deep cut Laceration
Scraping away Abrasion

Anatomical Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

External Rotation
Internal Rotation
Horizontal Abduction
Horizontal Adduction
Extension
Flexion
Rotate
Abduction
Adduction
Proximal
Distal
Posterior
Anterior
Anatomical Position
Pronate
Supine
Superior
Inferior
Lateral
Medial

Basic athletic training terms crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Divides the body into left and right Sagittal
Divides the body into superior and inferior Transverse
Divides the body into anterior and posterior Coronal
Back Posterior
Above Superior
Below Inferior
Towards the middle of the body Medial
Away from the middle of the body Lateral
Close to the point of attachment Proximal
Far from the point of attatchment Distal
Moving away from the body Abduction
Moving towards the body Adduction
Moving the foot towards the midline of the body Inversion
Moving the foot away from the midline of the body Eversion
Decreases the angle in arm Flexion
Increases the angle of your arm Extension
Rotation of arm or forearm so that surface faces upward Supination
Rotation of the arm or forearm so that palmar surface faces downwarss Pronation
New or short term injury Acute
Long lasting or recurring Chronic
A bruise Contusion
Blood Tumor Hematoma
Crackling bones Crepitus
A deep cut or tear in skin Laceration
Superficial damage to the skin Abrasion

Sports Med Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

taking away from body Abduction
wearing or rubbing away raspberry scrape Abrasion
sharp and new acute
moving twoards the body adduction
constant long lasting, old chronic
bruise contusion
Splits body front and back coronal
grinding crepitus
further away (distant) distal
turning foot outwards eversion
extending a limb extension
bending a limb/opening flexion
blood clotted hematoma
bellow inferior
turning foot inwards inversion
rough jagged tear out with knife Laceration
to the side lateral
middle medial
back posterior
palm facing down pronation
closer to proximal
splits body left and right sagittal
above superior
palm facing up supination
splits body top and bottom transverse

A & K Ch. 1-3 Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Fibrous joint
Synarthrosis
Syndesmosis
Gomphosis
Cartilaginous Joint
Amphiarthrodial Joints
Synovial Joint
Diarthrodial Joint
Nonaxial Joint
Plane Joint
Uniaxial Joint
Hinge Joint
Pivot Joint
Biaxial Joint Motion
Condyloid Joints
Saddle Joint
Triaxial Joint
Ball-and-Socket Joint
Ligaments
Capsule
Synovial Membrane
Synovial Fluid
Cartilage
Hyaline Cartilage
Fibrocartilage
Meniscus
Labrum
Elastic Cartilage
Tendon
Tendon Sheaths
Aponeurosis
Linea Alba
Bursae
Natural Bursae
Acquired Bursae
Planes of Action
Sagittal Plane
Frontal Plane
Transverse Plane
Center of Gravity
Sagittal Axis
Frontal Axis
Vertical Axis
Uniaxial
Biaxial
Triaxial
Osteoporosis
Osteopenia
Osteomyelitis
Legg-Calve-Perthrs Disease
Fracture
Retraction
Protraction
Eversion
Inversion
Pronation
Supination
Lateral Rotation
Medial Rotation
Circumduction
Lateral Bending
Ulnar Deviation
Radial Deviation
Horizontal adduction
Horizontal Abduction
Adduction
Abduction
Dorsiflexion
Hyperextension
Extension
Plantar Flexion
Palmar Flexion
Flexion
Arthrokinematic
Osteokinematics
Angular Motion
Curvilinear Motion
Rectilinear Motion
Linear Motion
Ipsilateral
Contralateral
Bilateral
Prone
Supine
Superficial
Caudal
Cranial
Inferior
Superior
Proximal
Ventral
Posterior
Anterior
Lateral
Medial
Anatomical Position
Abdomen
Thorax
Trunk
Static
Dynamic
Kinetics
Kinematics
Biomechanics
Kinesiology

    Customize    

Sports med terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Runs along top of body and separates lateral and medial Sagital
Splits the body into inferior and superior Transverse
Splits body into anterior and posterior Coronal
Front side of the body Anterior
Back side of the body Posterior
Body parts above the others, top of the body Superior
Body parts below others, bottom of body Inferior
Body parts toward the middle of the body Medial
Body parts away from the middle, outside of the body Lateral
Body parts closest from point of attachment Proximal
Body parts away from point of attachment Distal
To move limbs away from body Abduction
To move limbs toward body Adduction
Turns feet inward Inversion
Turns toes outward Eversion
Bend a limb, decrease angle in bone Flexion
Straighten a limb, increase angle between bones Extension
Rotation of the hand and Palm so that they face upward Supination
Rotation of the arm, Palm facing downward Pronation
New injury Acute
Long lasting injury Chronic
Bruise Contusion
Blood tumor Hematoma
Grinding or crackling of the bone Crepitus
Deep cut Laceration
A scrape Abrasion