Sports Medicine


Our sports medicine programs and sports-specific specialty clinics offer the comprehensive care athletes and active adults like you need to get healthy and strong and stay that way. We care for the athlete that's in all of us. 

If your athlete does not have a current physical on file, he/she will not be able to practice. This will be enforced this year. 

Return to Play Policy: 
All athletes to be evaluated by their family physician, urgent care, ER, etc. MUST provide a note from the treating physician indicating the type of injury, course of treatment, and participation status. The note MUST be given to the athletic trainer before the athlete can resume participation. Once cleared by a physician the athlete must complete an appropriate progression back to full play at the discretion of the school's medical staff and coaches. 

**ATTENTION: Medical exam with a cardiac assessment required if testing positive prior to RTP per ODH. – H. VIII (pg. 7) Asymptomatic/symptomatic – 

“An individual who tests positive for COVID-19, whether symptomatic or asymptomatic, shall not return to sports activities until a documented medical exam is performed clearing the individual prior to the individual return to participation in practice or games. The documented medical exam must specifically include an assessment of the cardiac/heart risk of high-intensity exercise due to the potential of myocarditis occurring in COVID-19 patients.” 

Abigail Butler 
Athletic Trainer 
Phone: 330-458-9365

Chistan White 
Assistant Athletic Trainer