INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINERS, A Fill in the situation or scenario asked of the Candidate each time. B Check each objective as, U Unacceptable A Acceptable G Good N A Not Applicable. Note U Requirements not met performance poor,A Requirements met performance acceptable. G Requirements met performance strong, C For unacceptable performances ALWAYS include DETAILED comments that will qualify or clarify why the. performance was poor, D Space is provided for comments for each performance criteria objective If additional space is required use the. bottom of the section, E When marking your decision as to whether a Candidate has passed or failed the section remember you are. judging the Candidate s ability to competently complete the task in a reasonable time frame Please do not use. F The examiner should also base their decision on the following. The Candidate s ability to adapt to the situation, The Candidate s ability to apply basic principles to analyze situations which they may not have encountered in. their practical experience ie equipment that they have not seen before. The Candidate s ability to demonstrate an in depth theoretical and practical knowledge which meets the. Certificate Level objectives, G Candidate s must pass ALL STATIONS in the examination to pass the Practical Oral Examination. H Your comments must be complete and legible A resume of your comments is sent to the Candidate. CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES OF THE SPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY CERTIFICATE. PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Identify and describe the principles of protective equipment including the properties of different materials and how. equipment can prevent injury, b Describe the different types of protective equipment seen in sports and explain advantages and disadvantages of the. different types of equipment for the different parts of the body and in different sports. c Properly fit different types of equipment on an athlete. d Describe the uses of different types of footwear seen in sports and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of each type. e Describe the indications for and precautions associated with protective equipment in different sports. f Carry out basic maintenance and repair of protective equipment. g Demonstrate the safe removal of equipment in an emergency station. h Show how protective equipment may be modified and or adapted to improve fit protect from injury or protect a present. i Explain how different types of playing surfaces may be associated with certain patterns of injuries. j Describe the role of braces splints and orthotics in sports injury prevention and management. BASIC TAPING TECHNIQUES, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Describe the functions of taping and wrapping, b Explain and perform pre taping procedures including reasons for and methods of pre taping procedures. c Describe the different types of tape and tape products. d Demonstrate common taping techniques to the various joints of the body and explain the effects of the technique. considering function, e Analyze the basic elements of common taping techniques relative to biomechanical and anatomical needs. f Demonstrate and explain appropriate wrapping techniques to the various joints of the body. Revised Tuesday March 22 2016, g Demonstrate and explain appropriate application of various types of sling applications. h Demonstrate and explain the procedure of tape removal and aftercare of the skin Note Candidate is expected to perform. functional taping wrapping and strapping techniques in a reasonable time frame. ORTHOPEDICS AND BIOMECHANICS, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Demonstrate detailed knowledge of the anatomy and biomechanics of bones joint surfaces ligaments and muscles of spinal. and peripheral joints, b Describe the basic development of articular structures. c Explain the development and distribution of myotomes dermatomes and sclerotomes. d Outline the basic mechanisms of lubrication of joints. e Explain shear stress strain and load as they apply to the body. f Describe the functional mechanics of vertebral and peripheral joints. g Explain the mechanical deformation of neural and vascular tissues with spinal movement. h Describe the biomechanical principles of flexibility and strength and the effects of flexibility and strengthening techniques on. different types of tissue, i Perform a scanning examination of the upper and lower body segments. j Perform a comprehensive examination of each of the peripheral and spinal joints of the body. k Explain the concept of proprioception and its effects on the body. l Describe and differentiate between the different types of joint receptors. m Explain proper body mechanics as related to the sport situation. EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Describe the principles of aerobic training and how one can train to improve aerobic capacity. b Explain the principles of anaerobic lactic and alactic training and how one can train to improve anaerobic capacity. c Describe how to maintain the fitness of an athlete while he she has an injury. d Describe how a therapist can ensure that the athlete is physiologically ready to return to competition or to be integrated. back to activity based on physiological principles. e Differentiate between training for strength power and endurance. f Explain the basic methods for assessing strength power and endurance in an athletic population. g Explain the systems involved in developing an effective training program. h Discuss the physiological basis for warm up and cool down in training programs. SPORT PHYSIOTHERAPY, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Describe the structure and function of Sport Physiotherapy Canada. b Describe Sport Physiotherapy as a profession in terms of the role of the Physiotherapist in sports professional relationships. qualifications of Sport Physiotherapists standards for sport physiotherapy practice and professional responsibilities to the. c Discuss the recording and reporting of injuries confidentiality and discretion with disclosing information use of consent. forms and legal liability as it relates to sports, d Explain the legal aspects of working as a Physiotherapist in a clinical or non clinical setting. SPORTS INJURIES, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Describe the etiology signs and symptoms pathology and management of overuse syndromes seen in athletics. b Common orthopedic conditions seen in sports and how treatment of these conditions might differ for athletes as opposed to. the non athletic individual, c Conditions of the abdomen and thorax which may be seen in sports. d Orthopedic conditions which are common to specific sports. e Conditions of the head neck and face which are commonly seen in sports. f Viral bacterial and fungal skin infections commonly seen in sports. g Heat and cold disorders seen in sports,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. h Describe the stages of soft tissue healing related to assessment and management of sports injuries. i Discuss the theory limitations and application of electrophysical agents in the management of sports injuries. j Discuss the differences in sports injuries encountered between team and individual sporting activities. k Differentiate sports injuries sustained during contact and non contact activities. l Discuss the hazards of playing locations and how a site inspection for a competition may be carried out. m Develop and implement functional testing specific to sport requirement and considering the injury. SPORTS MASSAGE, On successful completion of the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate the Physiotherapist will be able to. a Explain indications contraindications and precautions of massage in athletics. b Differentiate the physiological bases for pre event and post event massage. c Explain the mechanical reflexive and psychological effects of common massage techniques used in sports. d Demonstrate the types of massage including effleurage petrissage tapotement vibration and frictions. e Demonstrate an appropriate and effective pre event and post event massage for a given sport with emphasis on muscle. groups positioning handling and sequence of techniques. Revised Tuesday March 22 2016, Station A Emergency and Immediate Care Maximum allowable time 20 Minutes. Station A1, Unconscious Conscious Head Injury Spinal Injury and or Major Trauma. Note All performance criteria do NOT necessarily have to be completed The Examiner need only ensure that those. criteria which are applicable to the situation asked are complete Thus the Candidate is to be judged on his her. ability and performance in the given situation NOT whether they complete all performance criteria All. performance criteria are to be evaluated according to the Certificate Level references and based on accepted. standard practices,EXAMINATION SCENARIO,Note Distinc. Unacceptable,Performance Criteria U A G A,THE CANDIDATE. A SCENE SURVEY,Evaluated and took control of the situation. Assessed scene safety,Assessed mechanism of injury. Established number of victims, Call for more help if need is imminent or if athlete is unconscious. and unresponsive to pain verbal or tactile stimuli for longer than. 10 seconds 911,B PRIMARY SURVEY,B Stabilize spine when applicable. U ASSESS UNRESPONSIVENESS AVPU, v Alert Verbal Stimuli Painful Stimuli Unconsciousness. v Communicate and reassure the athlete, v Airway access open with appropriate maneuver mouth. v Maintain airway under facemask visor,v Remove facemask visor if airway not accessible. v Airway obstructed measures if required,B BREATHING max 10 seconds. v Start AR if required,C CIRCULATION max 10 seconds. v Check pulse,Performance Criteria U A G D,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. v Start CPR if required,v AED if accessible and required. v Check for bleeding or gross deformity 15 30 seconds. CALL FOR HELP after primary evaluation if needed 911. C SECONDARY SURVEY,VITAL SIGNS assessed every 3 5 minutes. Level of awareness,Breathing rate,Pulse rate, Blood pressure BP cuff Carotid artery 60mmHg systolic Femoral. artery 70mmHg radial artery 90mmHg,HISTORY Sample PAIN Assessment OPQRST. SAMPLE Signs and Symptoms Allergies Medication Past medical history. last meal Events before the incident, PAIN Onset Provoke Quality Region or radiate Severity Time. SECONDARY HEAD TO TOE circle or add what applies, HEAD Palpation of the scalp feeling for depression of skull integrity of. peri orbital region maxilla mandible zygomatic bones CSF blood from. ear or nose Battle sign missing teeth lacerations hematoma or bruised. area pupil PERLA skin color, NECK palpation of spine for tenderness distended jugular veins tracheal. midline and intact bruising or lacerations skin color. CHEST clavicle intact absence or subcutaneous emphysema at apex. sternum stable absence of tenderness at ribs equal bilateral chest. expansion equal air entry upon auscultation no flail chest observed no. bruising no open wounds, UPPER EXTREMITIES absence of tenderness good motor function ROM. and proper bone integrity for the shoulder humerus forearm wrist hands. and fingers Good distal pulses capillary refill and sensations PMSC. Pulse Motor Sensation Capillary refill Hoffman test for CNS. Dermatomes myotomes if required, ABDOMEN absence of distension hard soft absence of tenderness in. quadrants absence of bruising, PELVIS stability in compression distraction loading test femoral pulse. bilaterally Absence of incontinence, LOWER EXTREMITIES absence of tenderness good motor function ROM. and proper bone integrity for the femur tibia fibula knee ankle foot and. toes Good distal pulses capillary refill and sensations PMSC Pulse. Motor Sensation Capillary refill Babinski and clonus tests for CNS. Dermatomes myotomes if required Ottawa ankle and knee rule tests. D ON GOING SURVEY,Performance Criteria U A G D,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. Monitor ABCs, Monitor vital signs Awareness Pulse Respiration BP skin color every 3. to 5 minutes, Identified red flags for emergency concern if applicable. E TRANSPORT,Apply Canadian C Spine rule,Determine appropriate plan for transport. If back boarded,Good use of cervical collar,Proper position of the board. Good transfer onto the board,Proper strapping,Securing of the neck. General comfort,On going evaluation and vital signs. Relating the findings to ambulance personnel,F SIDELINE ASSESSMENT. CHILD SCAT 3 Concussion assessment if required,Glasgow coma scale. Background questions child report parent report,Cognitive evaluation. v Orientation month date day of the week year,v Immediate memory. v Concentration digits backwards,Neck examination,v Tenderness. v Upper and lower limb sensation, Balance evaluation Modified Balance Error Scoring System BESS testing. v Double leg stance,v Tandem stance,v Tandem gait,Coordination examination upper limb coordination. SAC Memory delayed recall,ADULT SCAT 3 Concussion assessment if required. Glasgow coma scale,Maddocks Score,Background information. How do you feel questionnaire 22 questions,Cognitive evaluation. v Orientation month date day of the week year,v Immediate memory. v Concentration digits backwards,Performance Criteria U A G D. Revised Tuesday March 22 2016,v Concentration months backwards. Neck examination,v Tenderness,v Upper and lower limb sensation. Balance evaluation Modified Balance Error Scoring System BESS testing. v Double leg stance,v Single leg stance,v Tandem stance. v Tandem gait,Coordination examination upper limb coordination. SAC Memory delayed recall,G ON GOING CARE with or without second problem. Communicated plan of action to athlete,Explained situation and reassured athlete. Communicated plan of action to assistants,Instruction on positioning of athlete. Athlete presents with second threatening problem,Responded to athlete complaint secondary problem. Performed an appropriate examination, Provided appropriate support immobilization of area. H RETURN TO SPORT DECISION FOLLOWING POTENTIAL,TRAUMA TO THE HEAD. Can the athlete return to play, Under which condition can the athlete return to play. Explained effective home monitoring,Discussed the appropriate follow up required. Appropriate knowledge of return to play protocol,GENERAL COMMENTS Strengths Weaknesses. Performance Criteria U A G D,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. Examiner s Recommendation for Station A Emergency Care PASS FAIL. Reason for Decision If the Candidate failed this station summarize the reasons for failure Refer to performance. criteria objectives by letter a b etc to clarify individual points. Performance Criteria U A G D,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. Station B Sling and Splinting Taping and Strapping Maximum TOTAL allowable time 40 minutes. Section B1 Sling Splinting Techniques 20 minutes total 15 minutes for application and 5 minutes for. questions discussion, Note The conditions asked are acute conditions in which the candidate is asked to prepare the model for. transportation to a medical centre or home, All performance criteria are to be evaluated on accepted standard practices according to Certificate level. references,note UNacceptable column,EXAMINATION SCENARIO 1 2. Performance Criteria B1 20 minutes U A G N A U A G N A. The Candidate,a Analyzed the problem and described a possible. b Chose an appropriate technique to achieve a,functional outcome. c Selected suitable materials to achieve a,functional outcome. d Positioned and handled the athlete,comfortably and continually monitored the athlete. for comfort,e Positioned the athlete effectively to achieve. functional outcome,f Prepared the body part adequately for. application of materials,g Applied materials in an organized and neat. h Applied materials within a reasonable time,frame time. i Achieved a functional outcome with technique demonstrated. compression,immobilization,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. note UNacceptable column 1 2, Performance Criteria B1 20 minutes U A G N A U A G N A. restricted movement in desired plane s,comfortable circulation and sensation intact. materials secure when stressed by athlete and,examiner s. j Explained the rationale for the technique used,physical psychological and practical. considerations,k Adapted technique to improve functional. l Explained the possible complications that must,be considered. m Explained appropriate home care and follow,up management. General Comments Strengths Weaknesses, Examiner s Recommendation for Section B1 Slings and Splints PASS FAIL. Reasons for Decision If candidate failed this section summarize reasons referring to performance criteria by letter a b. etc if necessary,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016, Station B Slings and Splinting Taping and Strapping Maximum TOTAL allowable time 40 minutes. Section B2 Taping Strapping Techniques 20 minutes 15 minutes to apply 5 minutes questions discussion. Note Candidates are asked to perform basic taping and strapping techniques that are commonly used for the. following joints or structures arm elbow forearm wrist hand fingers chest hip thigh leg ankle foot or toes. Functional outcome and speed are of primary importance. All performance criteria are to be evaluated on accepted standard practices according to Certificate level. references,note UNacceptable column,EXAMINATION SCENARIO 1 2. Performance Criteria U A G N A U A G N A,The Candidate. a Analyzed the problem and described a possible,b Chose an appropriate technique to achieve a. functional outcome,c Selected suitable materials to achieve a. functional outcome,d Positioned and handled the athlete. comfortably and continually monitored the athlete,for comfort. e Positioned the athlete effectively to achieve,functional outcome. f Prepared the body part adequately for,application of materials. g Applied materials in an organized and neat,h Applied materials within a reasonable time. frame time, i Achieved a functional outcome with technique demonstrated. compression,immobilization,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016. Performance Criteria U A G N A U A G N A,restricted movement in desired plane s. comfortable circulation and sensation intact,materials secure when stressed by athlete and. j Explained the rationale for the technique used,physical psychological and practical. consideration,k Adapted technique to improve functional. l Explained the possible complications that must,be considered. m Explained appropriate home care and follow,up management. General Comments Strengths Weaknesses, Examiner s Recommendation for Section B2 taping and strapping PASS FAIL. Reasons for Decision If candidate failed this section summarize reasons referring to performance criteria by letter a b. etc if necessary,Revised Tuesday March 22 2016, Station C Protective Equipment Functional Testing and Sport Massage Maximum TOTAL allowable time 45. Section C1 Protective Equipment 15 minutes, Note The Candidate must be able to successfully demonstrate knowledge of the equipment analyze strong and weak. features and explain modification methods to protect or prevent and injury. All performance criteria are to be evaluated on accepted standard practices according to Certificate level. references,note UNacceptable column,EXAMINATION SCENARIO 1 2. Performance Criteria U A G N A U A G N A,The Candidate. a Analyzed the role of the equipment,b Differentiated between the protective. qualities characteristics of various materials,and design of equipment. c Demonstrated appropriate fitting of,equipment and explained the basic principles of. d Explained the factors that must be considered,when modifying equipment practical safety. e Analyzed the positive aspects of the,f Analyzed the negative aspects of the. g Describe appropriate methods to modify the,General Comments Strengths Weaknesses. Revised Tuesday March 22 2016, Examiner s Recommendation for Section C1 Protective equipment PASS FAIL. Reasons for Decision If candidate failed this section summarize reasons referring to performance criteria by letter a b.
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