If you teach Sports Medicine in the secondary setting then you likely have been with curriculum support. In a way that is great and allows you to make or create anything you want. But on the same hand you must either create everything or beg borrow and steal it from somewhere else.
Here are a few people I know teach some good lessons in Sports Medicine, so take what you want and use as best you can in your situation.
Dr. Amy Christen-Huhn is my family pediatrician. Communicating with patients who lack vocabulary to articulate what hurts and when is a mandatory skill for her job. We plan to learn tips and tricks to ask better questions and get better answers from our patients.
A few of her tips are:
Start on the unaffected side
Make questions relate to them
Use one finger
Watch them move
Ophthalmologist Dr, Pham took care of me and helped prevent me having a detached retina. She used to work down the street from a soccer field and has seen her share of sports injuries. check out her presentation as she shares some stories and best practices to treat and deal with Athletic eye injuries.