PERRY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS MEDICINEInterested in becoming a Sports Medicine Student Aide? Fill out the application TODAY!! Accepting NEW applicants for the Spring Football Season to continue on into the 2018-2019 School Year.Important Information: REQUIRED to be in Sports Medicine for 18/19 SY (Year 1, Year 2 or a completer)8th graders interested - APPLY NOW! You will start in the FALL (JULY/First day of School if accepted)**YOU NEED BOTH FORMS FOR A COMPLETE PHYSICAL**Questions: Email Rebecca Goetz
SUMMER HOURS:Monday - Friday 8AM - 10AM in the athletic training roomFirst 3 weeks of June ONLY**All other times please contact your coach and they will reach out to Rebecca Goetz****Dr. Stewart (OSPI) and Dr. DeGooyer (OrthoAZ) are open during the summer**Tax Credit Donations are greatly appreciated. Please consider donating to the Sports Medicine Program at Perry by December 31, 2018 for your 2018 Taxes.Need to talk to one of us?? Please call 480-224-3012 and leave a message!I want to welcome the parents of incoming 9th grade students as well as any other NEW student athlete to Perry High School's Sports Medicine page. Your student athlete has access to sport specific medical care on Perry's campus everyday, afterschool during the practices and games. Please call us or email us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child's health while participating in a school sponsored sport.Some things you should know:1. ALL NEW Perry High School students athletes will be taking the ImPACT test for their baseline at the begnining of their season. See the ImPACT at Perry Webpage for more information.2. All student atheltes are encouraged to bring their own waterbottle to practices (and some teams games as well). There will be water provided, you just need to bring the cup/bottle.3. All injuries MUST be seen by an Athletic Trainer PRIOR to returning to practice/games. We are trained in recognizing injuries and treating them appropriately. We will do what is in the best interest of your child for SAFETY not to win/lose the game.4. If your child sees a doctor for an injury/illness - we must receive a note specifically stating that they are "CLEARED TO PLAY" or "CLEARED WITH NO RESTRICTIONS". If the note says anything else on it, we will follow those orders and so will the coach. If there are any questions about this please ask.5. Make sure the emergency contact information is current and accurate at all times. If at any time you need to make a change please notify us so we can write it down. We will be contacting you if your child suffers an injury or if we need you to come and get them.6. The location of the athletic training room is in the E Building (main gym area) next to the locker rooms/north from wresting/east from the weight training room/ west from the gym. The door is painted with the words "SPORTS MEDICINE". If your child is injured, unless we say otherwise, this is where they will be waiting for you.Please come meet us at any time!!Head Athletic TrainerSports Medicine InstructorAthletic TrainerDignity HealthDr. Greg Stewart (OSPI)Team Physician3530 S. Val Vista Drive B105Gilbert AZ 85297480-899-4333OrthoArizona Walk In Clinic (Available ONLY to ATHLETES)1675 E. Melrose St.Gilbert AZ 85297480 -750-0303Monday - Friday 7AM - 8AM NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED*times vary during school breaks*Be sure you say you are a Perry High School AthleteConcussion ManagementDr. Tefteller DO1675 E. Melrose St.Gilbert AZ 85297480 -750-0303**When calling to make an appointment for any of our recommended providers please mention that you are a Perry High School Athlete**
Preventative/RehabilitativeAthletic Training Room HoursMonday - Friday
By Appointment in the AM
2:00PM-6:00PMSaturdayBy Appointment**Times vary during breaks***Contact your Athletic Trainers for any questionsWorking together to keep all of your athletesas healthy as possible.