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J Athl Train. 1992; 27(1): 40–42.
PMCID: PMC1317128

The Problem-Oriented Approach to Sports Injury Evaluations


The problem-oriented approach to sports injury evaluations is used successfully throughout the United States by various health care providers, and can be used by certified athletic trainers to enhance the evaluation and management of sports injuries. The problem-oriented medical record is used successfully to provide effective communications and as a learning tool in health-related education. In this paper, I present a problem-oriented system for evaluating and keeping medical records on sports injuries. The process of collecting data through interviews and organizing that information is the focus.

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