HELPFUL INFORMATION

CONTACT THE CP SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF

Throughout the year we recieve numerous questions about a variety of issues, this is a collection of information that may answer a question you have.

In accordance with the UIL and Conroe ISD requirements (see here), any student athlete seen by a medical professional (physician, nurse, chiropractor, etc.) for a medical issue must present a note from the Dr clearing or removing the athlete from participation.


We have our own Physician Referral page to aid in the transfer of information.


For COVID-19 clearances please use our Clearance Form

MY STUDENT WAS SEEN BY A DOCTOR, NOW WHAT?

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Thoughtout the school year there are several reasons why you may need to submit a medical document to the Sports Medicine Staff.


#1 - Directly hand a copy of the document to a staff Athletic Trainer

#2 - Email to the staff Athletic Trainers - More information here

SUBMITTING MEDICAL DOCUMENTS

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At College Park High School the Athletic Trainers do not supply any medications. Should a parent like to have a personal supply of an OTC for their student they may sign it in with form linked HERE.

MEDICATION AT SCHOOL

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At College Park High School there are 3 staff Athletic Trainers who provide care primarily to the atheltic teams participants but, we are known to work with Revs, ROTC, Cheer and members of our Marching Band.


For more information about the profession linked HERE.

WHAT ARE ATHLETIC TRAINERS?

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MY STUDENT MAY HAVE/HAS A CONCUSSION, NOW WHAT?

In the event you suspect your student sustained a concussion (on campus or off) you need to inform the sports medicine staff AND their coach immediately.


In the State of Texas, H.B. 2038 is a pro-student athlete safety legislation regulating the treatment of concussions. UIL students (athletics, cheer, RTOC or marching band) in Conroe ISD who are suspected to have sustained a concussion must be evaluated by a physician (MD or DO) prior to being allowed to return to participation.


If your student is confirmed to have sustained a concussion there will be a 5-Day Return to Play Protocol (RTPP) once they are symptom-free for 24 hours. The sports medicine staff will guide you though the process from start to end. Click HERE for information on concussions.

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