Sports Medicine II

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.

Note: Students may elect Sports Medicine for either Physical Education or Science credit.

Faculty

Robin Pettingell
Physical Education, Sports Medicine
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