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Sports Medicine

Grandview Heights Sports Medicine & Athletic Training is provided in partnership with Nationwide Children's Hospital Sports Medicine.

Athletic Trainer:
Email: Kate.weale@nationwidechildrens.org
Office phone: (614) 355-8741
 
 
 
Team Physician:
Dr. Thomas Pommering, DO
Bio here
*To schedule with Dr. Pommering please let Kate know or call 614-355-6000
 
Athletic Training Intern from OSU: TBD 
 
 

Announcements:
 
 
Grandview Pupil Activity Permit Class/ First Aid Class:
Thursday April 27th, 2017 6pm-8pm
Location: HS Library
 
 
Doctors Notes:
All athletes who see a physician for an injury/illness must bring a doctor's note to the athletic trainer with their diagnosis and play restrictions listed before they can return to play.  This applies to any injury/illness that affects their ability to participate in athletics. 
 
 
Resources:
 

To complete the Concussion Baseline Testing Release Form (High School students only), click on the link below: http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/neurocognitive-concussion-testing

 
Want more information about sports medicine topics and tips for the elite high school athlete?  Check out:  
 
 
Engage with us on Facebook and twitter (@NCHSportsMed).
 

For Coaches:
 
Need to get or renew your Pupil Activity Permit?  Sign up for a course here.  
 
Need to complete your mandatory concussion training through the Ohio Department of Health?  Take one of the two online courses here.  Note: You must show proof of completion of one of these two courses in order to renew/receive your Pupil Activity Permit!
 
Need CPR certification or renewal?  Check out the local classes available through the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association