2016.08.06 CSCS Daily Study Question:
A track athlete hands you a report from the school’s athletic trainer stating that the athlete has a first degree ankle sprain. The athlete didn’t bother to ask the athletic trainer how serious a first degree sprain is so now he’s asking you. Of the three degrees of ligament sprain, which is the most serious?
(A) First degree
(B) Second degree
(C) Third degree
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(C) Third degree
To remember the severity of sprains, you can think of their as the opposite of the severity of murder charges. Whereas first degree murder is the most serious charge, first degree sprains are the least serious type of ligamentous trauma. Third degree sprains are the most serious, with a complete tear of the ligament and full joint instability.
Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning 3rd edition p. 526
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2016.08.06 CSCS Daily Study Question