Sports Medicine II focuses on the lower body, abdominal cavity, and thoracic region. In addition, students learn about airway management, spinal immobilization, drugs in athletics, and other health-related topics. Students participate in group activities such as redesigning and constructing a human knee, producing a video during the sports and drugs unit, and cooking various dishes during the nutrition unit.
Note: Sports Medicine I and II are offered in alternating years. Students may take these courses in either order. Students may elect Sports Medicine for either Physical Education or Science credit.