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1 IU Sports Medicine Information Sheet SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM A. MEDICAL SERVICES The sports medicine program at Indiana University works under the direct supervision of the team physician who is located in Assembly Hall. If a student-athlete should be injured while participating in an intercollegiate sports program, he/she will be evaluated by a nationally certified and state licensed athletic trainer, provided immediate care, and referred to whatever medical personnel deemed necessary. The role and function of the athletic trainers are to implement prevention of injury programs, provide immediate care and treatment, and follow rehabilitation procedures for the injured student-athlete as directed by the team physician. Certified athletic trainers will provide the student-athlete with the basic health care needs and direct him/her to the team physician when it is necessary. Today's athletic trainer is a well-trained professional who is an integral part of a complete athletic program. The team physicians have at their disposal medical consultants in every field of the medical profession. If a studentathlete is sent to one of the medical consultants, he/she will be given a referral form or a phone call will be made on their behalf to arrange for an appointment. If, for any reason, other than a life threatening situation, a student-athlete goes to a doctor or hospital without prior approval of the team physician or athletic trainer, the student-athlete will be responsible for those fees incurred. The sports medicine program will provide direct medical coverage, with its staff and/or athletic training students, only if the sport activity is an approved Athletic Department scheduled event, or coach supervised practice. Every effort will be made to provide coverage for the non-traditional or out-of-season practices or workout during the academic school year. Summer conditioning workouts will only receive coverage if there is strength/conditioning supervision as mandated by NCAA. B. MEDICAL FACILITIES The Athletic Training Rooms located at Assembly Hall, Memorial Stadium, Cook Hall, University Gym and the SRSC are the main source of medical care for student-athletes during their competitive season. The Indiana University Health Center is an ancillary facility which is used for physician referral, pharmacy, lab tests and x-rays. IU Health Bloomington Hospital should be accessed when one is unable to locate their respective staff athletic trainer and/or team physician. The hospital is also used for physician referral, surgeries, diagnostic tests, emergencies, etc. C. IN-SEASON AND OUT-OF-SEASON INJURIES OR ILLNESS All injuries, cuts, abrasions, etc. must be reported after practice or competition during the athletes' traditional as well as non-traditional seasons. The athletic trainer responsible for the sport will make an evaluation and take the appropriate action of treatment or referral. If an illness occurs, the student-athletes must check with their respective athletic trainer and let him/her evaluate the problem and refer to the appropriate physician, adult nurse practitioner, or medical facility. The Athletic Department can only provide expenses for medical treatment incurred by a student-athlete as a result of an athletically related injury (coach supervised practice or competition) or while participating in voluntary physical activities that will prepare the student-athlete for competition during the academic year (as per department policy). When out-of-season and the team physician or nurse practitioner is not available, the Indiana University Health Center or IU Health Bloomington Hospital is the source of medical service. Any costs or fees incurred at this time are the responsibility of the student-athlete. The athletic trainers, however, will always be available for consultation about personal problems and provide any treatment and rehabilitation for injuries caused during the in-season. 1

2 D. MEDICAL CARE AFTER ELIGIBILITY When a student-athlete's playing eligibility is completed, he/she must receive an exit physical review from a sports medicine staff member to identify any existing medical injury or problem. It is a Department policy that a student-athlete be allowed one year to take care of any medical problem, i.e., surgery, rehabilitation, etc., as a result of direct and eligible athletic participation. This should be coordinated through the team physician and staff athletic trainer. Otherwise, the Athletic Department cannot be responsible for the charges. E. EMERGENCY TREATMENT When the athletic training room happens to be closed and you find yourself in need of medical treatment, call either the head athletic trainer or the staff athletic trainer responsible to your sport. In extreme emergencies, and only after failing to reach either the head athletic trainer or staff trainer at home, notify the team physician as soon as possible and report directly to IU Health Bloomington Hospital. F. THE ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM As stated previously, the Assembly Hall, University Gym, SRSC and the John Miller (Stadium) athletic training rooms are the main facilities for the sports medicine program. During the Fall and Spring semesters, the Athletic Training Rooms will generally be open Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for injury evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation. Other athletic training room hours will be set up between the athletic trainer and their respective athletes. G. GENERAL TRAINING ROOM RULES 1. Student-athletes should park their vehicle only in those areas so designated. Do not block the driveway to the loading area. 2. All Athletic Training Room facilities are co-educational; therefore, be sure to be dressed properly. 3. Do not wear cleats or dirty uniforms into the Athletic Training Room. Shower first before entering to receive treatment, be evaluated for injury, or use cold whirlpools, etc. 4. The Athletic Training Room is not a self-serve facility. All taping, first aid, and treatment will be administered by the athletic trainers in charge. Be patient and wait your turn. 5. The telephones in the Athletic Training Room are for business only. Student-athletes are not to use their cell phones in the Athletic Training Room. 6. Return all loaned items to the Athletic Training Room. Each student-athlete will be charged for those items not returned and placed on a checklist until returned. 7. Remember, all the athletic trainers are dedicated to each student-athlete's health and safety. We will attempt to give each the best possible care but we expect courtesy, cooperation, and respect in return. H. MEDICAL EXAMINATION AND CLEARANCE TO OBTAIN EQUIPMENT Any student wishing to participate in athletics must be physically and academically cleared and provide proof of current health insurance prior to participation. Each student-athlete must have on file in the Sports Medicine Office an approved physical examination, a medical history and an insurance form in order to participate in an intercollegiate sport. Approval for participation is based on a thorough review of the student-athlete's health status. Equipment will not be issued until the manager of the equipment room is notified that the student-athlete is eligible to receive equipment. 2

3 First year scholarship, recruited walk-on and returning rostered student athletes will be given physical examinations by a designated physician in the office of Sports Medicine at scheduled times after arriving on campus. To facilitate this process, please complete the Medical History Questionnaire and Insurance information in your student portal account by June 25 th so we have this information before your son/daughter arrives on campus. The manager of the equipment room will be given written notice of the eligibility of new scholarship and new walkon student athletes who are to receive equipment after the appropriate staff athletic trainer has received the following information: 1. Notice of academic and compliance eligibility, 2. Determination that your health status is satisfactory, 3. Proof of current health insurance on file with copies of insurance cards in your student portal account* The manager of the equipment room cannot issue equipment until the signature of clearance is on file in the Athletic Training Room. Each student-athlete and cheerleader shall have an initial physical examination when they enter a Conference intercollegiate sports program. The extent of the physical examination including laboratory studies and other diagnostic procedures will be determined by the team physician. Thereafter, an annual review of their health status shall be performed. This may include a physical examination at the discretion of the team physician. A) The final decision on physical qualification or reason for rejection shall be the responsibility of the team physician. B) The team physician shall have final authority regarding participation in practice and competition subsequent to an injury or illness." (Agreement for Men's and Women's Programs Section 16.4, Handbook of the Big Ten Intercollegiate Conference.) *There are no exceptions to this policy unless specifically authorized by the Director of Athletics. I. IMMUNIZATIONS Indiana University is very concerned about providing a safe and healthy environment for all students. The University must comply with an Indiana state law which requires that all students must provide immunizations information to the Office of the Registrar. To be in full compliance of this state requirement, all students must: A. Each student must have been given a Tetanus/Diphtheria (Td) booster within the past 10 years. (If your last booster was given more than 10 years ago, you will need to obtain a current booster). B. The University is required to inform each student about the risk associated with meningococcal diseases and recommends meningitis vaccination. C. Each student is to show dates of immunity for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). D. International students are required to be tested for tuberculosis (TB) in the United States. New students are required to complete and submit the On-line Immunization Compliance Form in OnStart before the first day of classes. Failure to comply will prevent students from registration for the second semester. We ask that this immunization information also be completed in the student portal immunization section. Moreover, there is a major concern among health care professionals about the rise of infectious disease in this country and the worry about the risk of transmission of blood pathogens in contact/collision sports. The Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) is 100 times more contagious than the more publicized Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Thus, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and now the NCAA are recommending that all adolescents and young adults receive hepatitis B immunization. 3

4 J. DENTAL CARE While a student-athlete attends Indiana University, the Athletic Department will be responsible for all dental problems caused by injury while participating in an authorized practice or intercollegiate contest. All dental injuries are to be reported to the athletic trainer assigned to that particular sport during that practice or contest, or immediately thereafter. Routine dental care such as routine examinations, dental cavities, wisdom teeth extractions, etc., are the responsibility of each individual athlete. K. EYE GLASSES AND CONTACT LENSES All athletic eye glasses must be safety glasses with shatterproof lenses and frames. Contact lenses will be purchased for only those athletes who, in the opinion of the staff athletic trainer, are in definite need of visual correction in order to participate in intercollegiate athletics. Replacement of lost lenses and glasses will be furnished by the Athletic Department only if they are lost or damaged during practice or a game. The loss or breakage of lenses must be reported immediately. L. INSURANCE 1. The Department of Athletics is responsible for medical services administered to student-athletes who are ill or become injured in a practice or game, which was under the coaches' supervision or while participating in voluntary physical activities that will prepare the student-athlete for competition during the academic year. The word "injury" applies only to those ailments that are caused by the participation in a coach supervised practice or a game. The removal of tonsils or appendix by surgical procedure are examples of the medical problems for which the Department of Athletics cannot be responsible. The participation in sports will not cause conditions such as these and, according to department policy, we cannot be responsible for their remediation. For the above reason, we highly recommend that student-athletes or their parents carry an adequate medical and hospitalization plan on their son/daughter while he/she is in school. 2. The Department of Athletics utilizes a self-insurance program with the Office of Risk Management; however, medical expenses are continually rising. We ask that each athlete review his/her personal medical insurance to help cover the hospitalization and medical fees incurred. The student-athletes' and parents' cooperation will allow the Department of Athletics to utilize your health insurance information. If one belongs to a group policy, such claims typically do not affect the premium. However, if the insurance happens to be an individual policy, discretion should be used. 3. If there is no insurance coverage, we highly recommend that you enroll in the voluntary health coverage plan that is offered by Indiana University called the Aetna-Student Health Insurance. This plan would provide coverage of potential non-athletic problems. You may enroll for the Aetna-Student Health Insurance plan at Poplar Building, Room 165 or obtain other similar coverage on your own. This policy should be obtained prior to matriculation. 4. After completing the insurance tab in the student portal, please attach a copy of your insurance and prescription card(s) (front and back). M. ADD/ADHD POLICY Indiana University Sports Medicine is committed to providing optimal and ethical care to our student athletes. Concerns in the medical field have surfaced about over diagnosis and misdiagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyper-activity Disorder (ADHD). Some of the concerns are the lack of empirically validated criteria for diagnosis and the potential for acute and permanently debilitating side effects of stimulant medication prescribed to treat the condition (the FDA requires the most serious type of warning label for these drugs and they are monitored by the DEA). Additionally, stimulant medications (i.e. Adderall, Ritalin, Vyvanse, Concerta and others) might actually worsen conditions that masquerade as ADHD such as depression, anxiety, behavioral problems and addiction. 4

5 Stimulant medications are BANNED SUBSTANCES by the NCAA and Big Ten for athletic competition without appropriate documentation. The NCAA requires documentation to include proof of Formalized Testing that confirms the diagnosis of ADHD for student-athletes to be allowed stimulant medication. Furthermore, non-approved use of stimulant medication can fall under both the illicit street drug AND performance enhancing substance categories depending on the testing organization. The NCAA and Big Ten test for stimulant medication in their respective Year Round Performance Enhancing Drug Testing Programs. Generally, penalties for performance enhancing drugs are more severe than penalties for illicit drugs. Stimulant medications are strictly prohibited in Olympic and most International competitions. Student-Athlete First-Time or New Evaluation: 1. Referred to a healthcare provider for an appropriate screening process. 2. Based on the screening, the athlete may be referred to a local physician for appropriate medical management of ADD/ADHD. 3. Prescriptions for medication will be written by a local physician and the athlete will be responsible for the cost of the medication. The athlete will NOT obtain their prescriptions for stimulant medication from the IU Sports Medicine Department. 4. All documentation of testing and medication use should be provided to the Team Physician to keep in the student-athlete s medical record. Incoming or Returning Student-Athlete with a diagnosis of ADHD already taking prescribed stimulants: 1. Must submit documentation of appropriate testing to the Team Physician to keep in the student-athlete s medical record. 2. Will be referred to a local physician for stimulant medication prescriptions while the athlete is on campus. Alternatively, the athlete may continue to get prescriptions from the original prescribing physician at home. In either case, the athlete will be responsible for the cost of the medication. The athlete will NOT obtain their prescriptions for stimulant medication from the IU Sports Medicine Department. N. HOSPITALIZATION AND SURGERY If a student-athlete requires either hospitalization or surgery, the team physician or the team athletic trainer will call the parents and advise them of the information concerning the case. O. SHARED RESPONSIBILITY FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS SAFETY Participation in intercollegiate athletics involves unavoidable exposure to an inherent risk of injury. However, student-athletes rightfully assume that those who sponsor intercollegiate athletics have taken reasonable precautions to minimize the risks of injury from athletics participation. In an effort to do so, the NCAA collects injury date in intercollegiate sports. When appropriate, the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports makes recommendations to modify safety guidelines, equipment standards, or a sport s rules of play. It is important to recognize that rule books, safety guidelines and equipment standards, while helpful means of promoting safe athletics participation, are themselves insufficient to accomplish this goal. To effectively minimize the risks of injury from athletics participation, everyone involved in intercollegiate athletics must understand and respect the intent and objectives of applicable rules, guidelines and standards. The institution, through its athletics director, is responsible for establishing a safe environment for its student-athletes to participate in its intercollegiate athletics program. The team physician and athletic health care team should assume responsibility for developing an appropriate injury prevention program and providing quality sports medicine care to injured student-athletes. Student-athletes should fully understand and comply with the rules and standard of play that govern their sports and follow established procedures to minimize their risk of injury. In summary, all persons participating in, or associated with, an institution s intercollegiate athletics program share responsibility for taking steps to reduce effectively the risk of injury during intercollegiate athletic competition. 5

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