Kambre Brewer Sports Medicine

Green River High School, Green River Utah, CTE

Table of Contents

  • FCCLA Planning Process 1
  • Self Assessment 2
  • Evidence of Career Research 3
  • Sports Medicine Doctors 4
  • Interview of Dr. C. David Geire, Jr. 5
  • Samples of School Work 6
  • Use of Family and Consumer Science Coursework/Standers 7
  • My Goals :) 8
  • Kambre Rain Brewer 9
  • Bibliography 10

FCCLA Planning Process

Goal: Become a Sports Medicine doctor for a NBA Division Team

Who-Me

What: Sports Medicine

When: 2032

Why: I would like to work for a NBA Division because I like basketball and I would like to help the people who play the game to keep and keep me entertained.

How: Finish High School an College

Act: Stay on track and keep working hard.

Follow up: At the end of this year I would like to set up classes to learn about Sports Medicine. Also play sports next year so I can learn more about it.

Self Assesment

Personal Interests: I like Basketball and helping others. Sports Medicine Doctors like the sport they are working for. They have to be willing to help other too.

Skills: I know they game and what can happen in a game. Sport Doctors need to know what is happening in games, so they know what can go wrong.

Personality Traits: I am mostly calm. Sport Doctors need to be calm when something goes wrong.

Learning Styles: I learn by watching and listening. Doctors learn by doing that also.

Evidence of Career Research

Job Description: Sports medicine therapy is a discipline within the health and rehabilitation sciences. Sports medicine therapists are trained in anatomy and physiology, nutrition, exercise science, and rehabilitative techniques as they relate to athletics.


Duties: Sports Medicine therapists work with athletes to develop rehabilitation plans. They work one on one with the athlete executing and overseeing therapeutic techniques. They make sure the rehabilitation plan stays on course. Sports medicine therapists generally use various special equipment and a number of treatment moralities, such as electrical muscle stimulation, to build athletes' strength and flexibility and promote healing.


Job Requirements: A Masters degree in sports medicine, physical therapy, or athletic training is common educational requirement. Must be licensed as physical therapists vary but generally include graduation from a degree program that's been accredited by the American Physical Therapy Association. Some states require an additional jurisprudence examination that tests aspiring physical therapists on relevant state laws and regulations.

Qualifications: Knowledge of the sport, being good with people, and being fit.


Entry-level position- Start out out with a college team, then get drafted into a NBA division.

Advancement Opportunities: Gain more skills and advance to bigger division. You can do that by putting in extra work with other teams, and/or take more college classes.

Job Outlook: The growing and aging population will also cause growth in the demand for physicians.

Average Annual Salary: $82,180 for all physical therapists

http://study.com/articles/Sports_Medicine_Therapist_Job_Description_Duties_and_Requirements.html

http://www.salary.com/physician-career-education-and-advancement/


Fun Facts About Sports Medicine:


  • There are over 41,000 BOC Certified Athletic Trainers in the United States!
  • Over 70% of Certified Athletic Trainers possess a master’s degree or higher.
  • Athletic Trainers are responsible for the prevention, evaluation, and rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries.
  • The National Athletic Trainers’ Association is based out of Dallas, TX
  • Alaska and California are the only two states that do not require athletic training licensure or other registration with the state.

Sports Medicine Doctors

It's our goal to help every athlete achieve their maximum level of performance. Whether it's helping to prevent injuries or treating current ones, we focus on getting you back to what you love. Competition.

Interview of Dr. C. David Geire, Jr.

He wanted to become a doctor because he wanted something that challenged him everyday. If he got to do it over again one more time he would still specialize in sports medicine. Dr. C. David Geire, Jr is satisfied with his income, because he never went into medicine solely to make money. You have to love helping patients. If you don’t, no amount of money will make the job worth it, in his opinion.

Samples of School Work

Some Experiences Available for Sports Medicine Athletic Training Interns:


Functional Rehabilitation

Clinic Rotations

Injury Prevention Programs

S.A.F.E

New U program (Center for Healthy Weight and Nutrition)
Orthopedic Clinic Setting

Radiology

Leaps and Bounds

Special Event Coverage

Outreach Services

Use of Family and Consumer Science Coursework/Standerds

-Nutrition helps me because I need to know what foods work best for the athletes.

-Adult Roles can teach me how to be responsible and how to take care of the money I earn.

-College Career Development helps me learn about college.

My goals :)

Goal: Become a Sports Medicine doctor for a NBA Division Team

Work for a college team first.

Start college classes before I graduate High School

Do all of my homework everyday.

Turn it in on time.

Work hard in school by getting straight A's.

Kambre Rain Brewer

I am 14 years old I attend Green River High School. I love sports they are pretty cool, I play basketball, volleyball, I ran cross country, and was considering doing softball and junior high track. Most of the time my schedule is busy but I still make time to go have fun with my friends. I love to go to the Temple with Church groups.

Favorite things:

Food- Cheese Sticks

Animal- Dog

Color- Blue

Sport- Basketball or Volleyball

Song- Lost Boy

Snap Chats my favorite

Favorite Athlete Quotes:

What is love? Love is playing every game like it's your last.

-Michael Jordan

Everything your going through and everything you've gone through will be worth the struggles and frustrations.

-Ronda Rousey

What would I like to be when I grow up?

I would like to be a Sports Medicine Doctor. One that travels with the team and takes care of the players, either for a college team or when I get better at it up in the NBA division.

Why would I like to have this job?

I would like to do this job because I love basketball! Plus helping people would be pretty cool. So helping the people who play the game to entertain me would be an amazing job!