Welcome to the SHS Sports Medicine!
Athletic Training Services are available upon appointment at this time.
Office Phone: (603) 543-4220 x1079
Fax: (603) 372-4125
SHS Baseball, Softball, and Lacrosse players will be testing in the gym after school March 22nd.
SHS Unified track partners, tennis, and track and field will be testing at 1pm March 23rd
CMS students will be tested at CMS on the 25th and 26th of March- Contact Mr. LaPlante (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions
ALL STUDENTS TAKING THE ImPACT MUST BRING THEIR CHARGED CHROMEBOOK TO THEIR TESTING SESSION
Anyone who has not had an ImPACT yet this year and is planning on playing a spring sport must have one done.
Sports Physicals and ImPACT Baseline Testing Info
Sports Physicals and ImPACT baseline testing are done on an annual basis. Until completed along with registration on Family ID, athletes will not be eligible to participate in CMS or SHS sports. New athletes and incoming freshmen are expected to bring a copy of their most current physical.
If an athlete does not have a valid physical, they will be considered ineligible to participate until a new one is completed and handed in to their designated coach, the school nurse, or the Athletic Trainer. This is to ensure athlete safety.
If student-athletes cannot get an appointment for a physical until after their current one is expired there is 14 days in which they can participate. In order to participate during this time the athlete needs to prove that they have an appointment scheduled and their doctor needs to sign off that they are allowed to play.
ImPACT tests are completed prior to the start of each season for all sports as scheduled by the Athletic Trainer. Once an athlete has taken their baseline at the start of their first season of the school year, the baseline scores are valid for the rest of the year. They are not repeated at the start of every season. Look out for announcements on our home page for testing times prior to the start of each sports season!
Sports Medicine Resources for Families and Athletes
*NHIAA Sports Medicine Specific Rules and Regulations: http://nhiaa.org/PDFs/5510/5ByLawArticleIIISportsMedicine.pdf
*CDC Concussion Information: http://www.cdc.gov/HeadsUp/index.html
Interested in a career in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine??
Visit the National Athletic Trainers' Association website for more information! www.nata.org
Athletic Training services at Stevens High School are funded in part through a collaboration with Valley Regional Healthcare as part of its ongoing commitment to the health and wellness of our community and especially our student athletes.