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SCIAA Shelby County Interscholastic Athletic Association

SCIAA Shelby County Interscholastic Athletic Association/ SCIAA Shelby County Interscholastic Athletic Association

Athletic Health Services

Posted On: Wednesday, August 10, 2011
By: lschluterman1

Athletic Health Services

Mission

The mission of Shelby County Interscholastic Athletic Association (SCIAA) Athletic Health Services (AHS) is to promote and maintain the health and safety of the student-athlete in training and competition.   AHS is comprised of Certified Athletic Trainers who are licensed health care professionals that specialize in preventing, recognizing, managing and rehabilitating injuries that result from physical activity. As part of a complete health care team, the certified athletic trainer works in cooperation with  physicians, other health care professionals, athletic administrators, coaches and parents.

Certified Athletic Trainer

Kai Washington, MS, ATC, LAT       901-416-5764          washingtonkd@scsk12.org

 

Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Centers

AHS offers a rehabilitation center with services to student-athletes free of charge. Our facilities are located inside Sheffield High School and Raleigh-Egypt High School and are available by appointment.

This facility is professionally staffed with a Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer. Certified Athletic Trainers are health care professionals who specialize in preventing, recognizing, managing and rehabilitating injuries that result from physical activity. Certified Athletic Trainers do not take the place of physicians. Certified Athletic Trainers work in cooperation with physicians, as well as athletic administrators, coaches and parents, to provide health care services for student-athletes.

Please know that rehabilitation services are available to every student-athlete during the school year. Please contact the above listed Certified Athletic Trainer for appointments and further details.

Athletic Covid-19 Resources

Athletic Directors Meeting Spring Sports Presentation

Spring Sports Readiness Checklist

Covid 19 Physical Conditioning Guidelines Refresher

NFHS COVID Monitoring Form

How to Access Athletics Covid 19 Safe Schools Video

Athletics-Toolkit-V4[7280]

8.5×11 Athletic signs covid (1)

Initial Practice Plan

Covid 19 Symptoms

Covid 19 Practice Planner Template (1)

2020 NFHS Guidance for Opening up High School Athletics and Activities-N…[4848]

Athletes Health Record Covid 19 Updates

COVID-19 Common Area Guidelines

 

Required Documents for Athletic Participation

Athletes

1. Athlete’s Health Record

Page 1 – Emergency Contact Information

Page 2 – Informed Consent & Assumption of Risk

Page 3 – COVID-19 Informed Consent & Risk Acknowledgement Statement

2. Physician Signature (providing clearance, may be located on p.1 of the Athlete Health Record) – Physicals must be dated after APRIL 15th.

3. Signed Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information Sheet

4. Signed & Initialed Concussion Information Sheet

Need to confirm that you have all the required documents? Use this tracking sheet to check off that each participating athlete has all components of the Athletic Health Record- Athlete Health Record Tracking Sheet

Coaches

1. Current CPR/First Aid Certification (must be from an in-person, hands-on course). SCS offers free classes which can be found in the PLZ. Please contact the SCIAA office for other course instructor recommendations.

2. Course Certificate  – NFHS Coaches Training Free Course: Concussions in Sports-What You Need to Know

3. Course Certificate –  NFHS Coaches Training Free Course: Sudden Cardiac Arrest

4. Course Certificate-NFHS Coaches Training Free Course: COVID-19 for Coaches and Administrators

5. SCS COVID-19 Safe Schools Training: SCS COVID-19 Training

6. Signed Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information Sheet (for Coaches)

7. Signed Concussion Information & Signature Form (for Coaches)

Click Here for: Coaches Required Information Sheets

 

Documents can be found below at Roman numerals IV through VII

 

Additional Information

I. Seasonal School Visits – AD must have Athletic Health Record Binder complete and organized before the school visit by the above Certified Athletic Trainers. School is subject to a fine if it is not in compliance. 

  • Fall        –the week following the due date of the fall insurance payment
  • Winter  –the week following the due date of the winter insurance payment
  • Spring   –the week following the due date of the spring insurance payment

II.   Insurance Payments Due Dates

  • Fall Installment  see Calendar
  • Winter Installment  see Calendar
  • Spring Installment  see Calendar

III  Secondary Insurance Information

IV. SCS Sports Physicals – Physicals must be dated after April 15th to be valid for the new school year

V.  Athletic Director/Coaches Information

VI.  Athletic Director/Coaches Training

VII.  Athletic Risk Management

 Resources

 

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