4th Professional (Sports Physiotherapy) B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination August 2012, held in November 2012


4th Professional B.Sc in Physiotherapy Examination August 2012, held in November 2012

Subject: Sports physiotherapy (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3 hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any Five (05) questions from each group

All questions carry equal marks


Q: No: 01: What are the factors important for injury prevention? What are the importances’s of warm up? Write in short about the basic components of a warm up session?

Q: No: 02: Define sport medicine. List the members of a sports medicine team. Discuss the roll of a physiotherapist in the team.

Q: No: 03: Write the importance of proper hydration for athletes. Describe the general guideline for hydration before, during and after exercise.

Q: No: 04: Write short notes on: (Any three): i) Athletes heart ii) Female athlete tried               iii) Exercise induced bronchospasm iv) Trigger finger

Q: No: 05: What are the causes of calf muscle pain? Give the symptoms of calf muscle strain according to grade.

Q: No: 06: What are the causes of low back pain? Gives its physiotherapy management,


Q: No: 07: What is muscle conditioning? Describe the principles of muscle conditioning.

Q: No: 08: What are the predisposing factors for “Hamstring pull”? How will you rehabilitate a pulled hamstring?

Q: No: 09: What are the common sports injuries related to knee? Give the management of ACL injury.

Q: No: 10: Write short notes on (any three): i) Muscle cramp ii) Flexibility iii) Athletes foot     iv) Exercise headache

Q: No: 11: Define sport training. Give its methods. Discuss the strength and power training for an athte.

Q: No: 12: What is fatigue? Give the causes and symptoms of fatigue.

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