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STHS SPORTS MEDICINE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

Sports Medicine 1

This course explores medical careers and prepares students to be successful in the careers of sports medicine, exercise & fitness and emergency medical care. Students gain certification in CPR and Emergency Medical Responder from American Red Cross Students gain 4 units of Dual Enrollment credit from LTCC for course HEA-106-Emergency Medical Responder

 

Sports Medicine 2

This course provides students with a strong sports medicine foundation in the recognition, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of sports related injuries. Students are to complete 20 hours as a Student Athletic Trainer Students gain 4 units of Dual Enrollment credit from LTCC for course PET-102A-Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries

 

Sports Medicine 3

This course allows students to explore, research, develop & present on 6 different aspects of sports medicine: Injury Prevention, Strength & Conditioning, Motion Analysis, Nutrition/Performance Enhancing Drugs, Injury Rehabilitation & Medical Journal Research.

Students are to complete 50 hours as a Student Athletic Trainer

Sports Medicine 4

This course is a 7 week medical externship opportunity at Barton Memorial
This course is offered every spring term and runs from after spring break until Memorial Day
S
tudents shadow healthcare providers in the following departments 3 days/week from 1-5pm
Emergency dept, orthopedics, physical therapy, family medicine, operating room, med surg/recovery, radiology/pharmacology

Students must have early out and complete all hospital immunization requirements.



  • CONCUSSION INFO
  • CONCUSSION INFO
  • STHS Sports Medicine has a comprehensive concussion evaluation and Return to Play protocol that is established to help athletes, coaches and parents know when their student-athlete has a concussion and how to help prevent further brain trauma.  STHS Sports Medicine uses the Standardized Concussion Assessement Test (SCAT3) and ImPact computer test to compare an injured athlete to their baseline tests.  CA state law AB2127 requires that any athlete diagnosed with a concussion be cleared by a physician trained in the treatment of concussions and follow a 7 day graduated return to play protocol once they are symptom free.

    Click here for the STHS Head Injury/Concussion Form.
    Concussions 101
    Concussion Management








SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM

Sports Med

The South Tahoe High School Sports Medicine building is a
 state of the art Sports Medicine and Fitness facility with world
class equipment and programs designed to help  incorporate
technology and function into their education.
 
Read more about the program here.
  
  


 Sports Medicine YouTube Video