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Doctors Visits and Medical Clearance 
Injuries will happen. Student-athletes should always inform their parents, coach, and athletic trainer about an injury or medical concern. Communication is vital to assist the student-athlete in their evaluation, treatment, and recovery.

CHS Injuries

  • The Certified Athletic Trainer will be glad to evaluate a student-athlete about an injury that occurred during a Cary High School participation. If the athletic trainer decides the student-athlete needs to evaluated by other medical professionals or the parents take their child to see a medical professional, the student-athlete MUST bring a medical note from the professional who evaluated and treated them. This note should include when the student-athlete is cleared to return to participation or any modifications that the student-athlete should follow. Medical clearance with the appropriate medical note is REQUIRED

Non-CHS Injuries

  • Non-CHS Injuries are injures that occur during any outside CHS activities. Student-athletes should inform their parents, coach, and athletic trainer, so CHS is aware and does not put the student-athlete in a situation that may make the injury worse. CHS is not responsible for non-CHS injuries. Please contact your family physician regarding evaluation and treatment. A doctors note and / or medical clearance may be requested on the student-athletes return. The athletic trainer will have final say regarding any medical concerns that happen outside CHS. 

CONCUSSIONS

  • Any student-athlete who suffers head trauma (concussion) will be required to have the appropriate paperwork before returning to CHS sports. Student-athletes MUST be evaluated and cleared by a licensed physician. All forms will be returned to the athletic trainer to clear the student-athlete for CHS participation regardless if its a CHS or Non-CHS injury.