Type
Word Search
Description

take a rest
safety precautions
proper techniques
dehydration
muscle soreness,
Fatigue,
Stress Fractures
Herniated Discs
Torn Meniscus
Joint Dislocations
Dehydration
Heat Exhaustion
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Tendonitis
Tendinitis
Struggling
injuries
inflammation
Overexertion
Exhaustion

Sports Medicine Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

close to the midline Medial
stretching or tearing of a muscle or tendon Strain
a bruise Contusion
swelling in a joint effusion
complete separation of two ends of a joint dislocation
where two bones meet joint
stretching or tearing of a ligament sprain
away from the midline lateral
in front of anterior
lying face down prone
swelling in the tissue edema
break in a bone fracture
a sudden injury acute
overuse injury chronic
structure that connects muscle to bone tendon
a scrape abrasion
rest, ice, compression, elevation RICE
fluid filled sac bursa
a structure that connects bone to bone ligament
a symptom of redness, and swelling inflammation
knee cap patella
thigh bone femur
arm bone humerus
number of muscles that make up the quadriceps four
your favorite teacher coach hubb

Shoulder/Elbow/Hand Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

____; Splint in extension Mallet
Deformity of the tearing at the 2nd PIP Boutonniere
Total number of metacarpals Five
______ Thumb compression of the ulnar nerve Bowlers
A forearm bone Ulna
A fracture of the 5th metacarpal Boxers
Fracture at the distal radius Colles
Upper arm bone Humerus
Little League Elbow;______ Plate issue Growth
_____ elbow; overuse of elbow tendons Tennis
Muscle for elbow extension Triceps
Number of phalanges in one hand Fourteen
Nerve associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Median
Nerve associated with Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Ulnar
Joint associated with an elbow dislocation Ulnohumeral
External Rotator muscle Subscapularis
Abductor rotator muscle Supraspinatus
Range of Motion performed by the Trainer PROM
A sprain to the AC joint; shoulder _____ Separation
A partial dislocation Subluxation
Pain that can be felt in the shoulder Referred
Muscle that covers the upper back, neck and shoulders Trapezius
Mechanism for shoulder injuries; falling on a ____ arm Outstretched
Rotator Cuff muscles; _____ group SITS
Injection treatment for a rotator cuff tear Cortisone
Muscle with two heads, elbow flexor Biceps
Bruising of the shoulder; shoulder ___ Pointer
Shoulder socket; ____ Fossa Glenoid
most common shoulder dislocation Anterior
“S” shaped bone Clavicle
Weakest part of the clavicle; _____ 1/3 Lateral
Percentage of posterior dislocation Two
Wrap for a separation/fracture Eight
Muscle used for punching and pushing; ______ Anterior Serratus
Most injuries occur in this phase Three
Phase where there is considerable pull on the joint Four
A shoulder prevention technique Warmup
A symptom of a rotator tear; Supraspinatus ____ Crepitus
Phase 2; ____ stress to the medial elbow Valgus

CONDITIONS and ANATOMY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

inflammation of a joint arthritis
broken bone fracture
displacement of a joint dislocation
discoloration ecchymosis
tearing or stretching of a ligament sprain
tearing of muscle or tendon strain
tearing away off a piece of bone avulsion
inflammation of tendon tissue tendonitis
contraction without movement isometric
decrease in muscle size atrophy
temporary self-reducing a dislocation subluxation
inflammation of a bursa bursitis
bruise contusion
non-localized swelling effusion
swelling composed of blood hematoma
abnormal accumulation of fluid edema
process of disconnection or severing seperation
softening of cartilage chrondromalacia
hyperextension of the knee recurvatum
largest bone in the body femur
lateral lower leg bone fibula
shoulder blade scapula
fingers and toes phalange
knee cap patella
medial forearm bone ulna
larger bone of the lower leg tibia
lateral forearm bone radius
interarticular fibrocartilage meniscus
collarbone clavicle
upper arm bone humerus
pertaining to the neck clavicle
wrist bones carpals
bone prefix osteo
heel bone calcaneous
top portion of the hip bone iliac crest
joint lining, cushion cartilage
muscle- prefix myo

Injuries to the Arm, Wrist, and Hand (Part 2) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Anatomic region of the wrist where the median nerve and the majority fo the tendons of the forearm pass into the hand. carpal tunnel
A complex of symptoms resulting from pressure on the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel of the wrist, causing soreness and numbness. carpal tunnel syndrome
Anatomic region formed by the hook of the hamate bone and the pisiform bone, whereby the ulnar nerve passes into the hand. tunnel of Guyon
Inflammation of the sheath of a tendon. tenosynovitis
Inflammation of sheaths surrounding the extensor tendons of the thumb. de Quervain's disease
Herniation of the synovium surrounding a tendon and subsequent filling of the area with synovial fluid, resulting in a visible bump seen through the skin. ganglion
Anatomic name for the bones of both the fingers and/or toes. phalanges
Fracture and/or dislocation of the first metacarpal bone away from the greater multangular bone of the wrist. Bennett's fracture
An injury resulting in both the fracture of a bone and dislocation at the joint. fracture-dislocation
Fracture of the proximal fourth and/or fifth metacarpal bones. boxer's fracture
Sprain of the ulnar collateral ligament of the metacarpophalangeal joint of the thumb. gamekeeper's thumb
Deformity of the distal interphalangeal joint of the finger caused by an avulsion of the tendon of the extensor digitorum muscle from the distal phalanx. mallet finger
The joint formed by the articulation between the intermediate and distal phalanges of the digits (hinge type joint). distal interphalangeal joint
Buttonhole deformity whereby the proximal interphalangeal joint of the finger is forced through the central band of the tendon of the extensor digitorum muscle. boutonniere deformity
The joint formed by the articulation between the proximal and intermediate phalanges of the digits (hinge type joint) proximal interphalangeal joint.

Chapter 13 Test- Recognizing Different Sport Injuries Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

nerves that provide information about a joint position mechanoreceptors
when a muscle contracts to splint an injured area muscle guarding
inflammation of the synovial sheath Tenosynovitis
most common overuse problem in sports tendinosis
wearing away of hyaline cartilage osteoarthritis
composed of cancellous bone and has hyaline cartilage bone epiphysis
repetitive or overuse trauma chronic
result of extreme stress and strain on a bone fracture
damage to a ligament sprain
inflammation of a nerve nuritis
little or no displacement of broken bones closed
crackling sound crepitus
at least one bone in a joint is forced completely out of normal and proper alignment dislocaton
inflammation of the tendon tedinitis
result of trauma acute
result of sudden blow to body contusion
partial separation of two bones subluxation
calcium deposits that develop in soft tissue myositis ossificans
delayed-onset muscle soreness DOMS
a fracture caused overuse and localized to weight bearing bones. stress
stretch or tear to a muscle or tendon strain
a portion of a broken bone breaks through the skin open
fluid filled sac that develops in an area of friction bursa

Shoulder Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Humerus Upper arm bone
Shoulder blade Scapula
Injury that could cause shoulder dislocation Fall
Most common dislocation in the shoulder Anterior
Most common dislocation joint Glenohumeral
A way to diagnose a dislocated shoulder X-Ray
The shoulder is this type of joint Ball and Socket
A muscle that helps in shoulder shrugs Trapezius
Collar bone Clavicle
Breast bone Sternum
Funny Bone Humerus
Muscle responsible for extension Tricep
Muscle responsible for flexion Bicep
How many bones are in the shoulder Three
Smallest rotator cuff muscle Teres Minor
Rotator cuff that holds humerus in place Superaspinatus
Clavicle separated from sternum Sternoclavicular sprain
Inflammation of bicep tendon Biceps Tendinitis
Percentage of posterior dislocation Two
Partial or complete tear of AC ligament Acromioclavicular sprain

Injuries Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A type of fracture that breaks the skin. Compound
A type of fracture caused by performing or training too much. Stress
A type of fracture where the bone does not break the skin. Simple
Where bones at a joint are forced out of position. Dislocation
An EXTERNAL injury caused by the ENVIRONMENT which results in extreme coldness. hypothermia
An EXTERNAL injury where athletes experience a lack of water. dehydration
What is the main tissue effected in overuse injuries? Cartilage
Tissue that is often effected as a result of a dislocation Ligament
A sport in which impact (EXTERNAL) injuries are likely to occur. Rugby
A sport in which an overuse (INTERNAL) injury in the knee is likely to occur? Running
After a dislocation the joint is usually......... weaker

Ankle, Foot, Lower Leg Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the name of the outside lower leg bone Fibula
What is the name of the inside lower leg bone? Tibia
What is the name of the heel bone Calcaneus
What is the name of the bone that sits between the tibia and fibula and makes up the ankle joint Talus
What are the bones of the toes called? Phalanges
The bones of the mid foot have the word tarsals in them but they are longer Metatarsals
An injury to a ligament Sprain
An injury to a muscle Strain
Injury to a tendon Tendinitis
An injury where the muscles swell within a confined space Compartment Syndrome
Most common anlke sprain Lateral
Least common ankle sprain Eversion
Injury to a bone Fracture
Chronic injury to a bone that can only be seen on bone scan Stress Fracrure
Stabilizing a fracture with a splint Immobilization
Exercises to help improve range of motion or strength Rehabilitation
Anterior talofibular ligament ATF
Triangle shaped ligament Deltoid
Most common mechanism for skeletal and soft tissue injury Trauma
Thick strong tendon on the back of the lower leg Achilles

Injury terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

injury
accident
acute
chronic
fracture
sprain
strain
ligament
tendon
dislocation
subluxation
itis
tendonitis
bursitis
contusion
laceration
abrasion
avulsion
incision
puncture

Sports Medicine Chapter 1-3 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Contributory Negligence
Quadriplegia
Negligence
Tort
Sports Medicine
Friction
Little League Elbow
Salter-Harris Fracture
Spearing
Risk Factor
Epidemiology
Luxation
Subluxation
Dislocation
Metaphysis
Epiphysis
Stress Fracture
Crepitation
Fracture
Myositis Ossificans
Hematoma
Ecchymosis
Contusion
Avulsion
Hemorrhage
Strain
Sprain
Catastrophic Injury
Joint Capsule
Fascia
Soft tissue
Eccentric Contraction
Chronic Injury
Critical Force
Acute Injury
Injury