If an athlete is injured during a practice or game, they must report to the athletic training room for injury evaluation and/or treatment during morning treatments (if the athlete did not notify the AT during practice/game). The only exception is a new injury that has just occurred.
Morning treatments for high school athletes are every morning from 6:30-7:15 am, except on Late Arrival Thursdays, in which treatments are from 8:30-9:15 am.
Morning treatments for middle school athletes are every morning from 7:30-8:30 am, except on Late Arrival Thursdays, in which treatments are from 9:30-10:30.
During the athletic period, athletes are instructed to do what they are able to with the team, and report to the athletic training room for ice or treatment the last 15 minutes of the period.
The only athletes allowed to do rehabilitation or treatment during the athletic period are those that have documentation from a doctor stating there is to be no sports particpation or a post-op athlete that is not cleared to participate in athletics.
If an athlete has an injury that requires a referral to another health care specialist, the parent/guardian will get a phone call from the staff athletic trainer to communicate this and set up the next level of care.
**If an athlete sees a doctor for ANY injury, the athletic trainers MUST get a copy of a note from the doctor stating what, if any, restrictions the athlete has**