The Pomona-Pitzer athletic training staff has currently adapted an online injury tracking system. Current paperwork will be found on this website: (www.swol123.net) and is now to be completed by the athlete, with the exception of the MD medical clearance. There are several important items that must be read and completed online before you will be cleared for athletic competition. This information will be used to establish your personal and confidential medical file. This is a new system for all athletes, click on the link below for detailed instructions. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF!
If you are registering on swol123.net for the first time: Click Here
If you are a returning student-athlete who has already registered on swol123.net: Click Here
*******All physical form uploads will happen on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10-11:45am. In order to be cleared your physical form must be uploaded. Please allow enough time for this to happen.
******* No pictures will be accepted for your physical form. Must be a PDF, hard copy or faxed to (909) 621-8547.
****We are asking for all your information on Sportsware to be completed and your physical turned in by July 31 in order for clearance to occur before your first practice.
**** The physical form signed by your physician MUST be a PP athletic form found on sportsware. No heatlh center forms will be accepted.
******A MD signature is required for the physical. It CANNOT be a RN or PA. Please be aware some urgent cares don’t have MD’s sign the form. We will not accept your physical without an MD signature.
*******Physicals must be completed within 6 months of your first practice day. If you have student athletes going abroad please make sure they are aware of this.
IMPORTANT AND HELPFUL LINKS
ON CAMPUS RESOURCES:
- NCAA Concussion Fact Sheet
- NCAA Sports Science Concussion Educational Resource
- NCAA Sports Science Concussion Awareness Video
- NCAA Concussions: Don’t Hide It, Report It, Take Time to Recover
- NATA Concussion Statement
- CDC Basic Information on TBI and Concussions
- NATA Sickle Cell Information Page
- NCAA Student Athlete Sickle Cell Information Page
- NCAA Sickle Cell Home Page
Other Helpful Links:
- NCAA and Drug Free Sport Resource Program
- NCAA Banned Substance List
- NCAA ADHD Reporting form
- NCAA Medical Exceptions Procedure
- BMI Insurance Information
For information about student-athlete health and resources, including dietary supplements, nutrition and frequently asked questions, visit the following free resource page from the NCAA:
NCAA Resource Exchange Program
Services Provided to Varsity Student-Athletes
I) HEALTH CARE
A. Assessment of injury and illness
B. Acute Care of injury and illness
C. Rehabilitation of injuries
1. Therapeutic exercise
2. Therapeutic modalities
3. Biomechanics / core stability training
4. Rehabilitative techniques
a. Range or motion
c. Tissue Release
D. Protective taping, bracing and padding
E. Injury treatments pre and post-practice
F. Return to play evaluations
G. Nutritional assessment
H. Education regarding specific conditions and general health
I. Game coverage
J. Practice coverage as able
II) HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
A. Statistics and Research
B. Record and catalogue injury reports
C. Processing of insurance claims
D. Conduct mass sport pre-participation physical exams
E. Coordinate initial and follow up physician appointments
F. Daily communication with coaches about student athlete status
G. Maintain athletic emergency cards
H. Strength and conditioning programs.