This section of the MV Sports Medicine lookup site is vital in providing you with resources concerning Athletic Training Facility (ATF) hours of operation, understanding concussions, inclement weather protocols, team roster upload tool, and SportsWare injury tracking website. This is your resource tool for MV Sports Medicine information.
MV Sports Medicine Department
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
1:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Walk-in Treatment Hours
Monday - Friday
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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Here, you can schedule a concussion evaluation with a member of our MV Sports Medicine staff. Please note, concussion may take up to 72 hours before they fully present; however, early recognition and diagnosis is key to implementing the proper recovery procedures.
Required NFHS Courses (bi-annually)
- Register for a free account
- Sign in to your account
- Click - “Order Course” (this is free)
- Complete the concussion training course
- Print certificate and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Optional NFHS Courses
Video Resources on Concussions
- What is a Concussion?
- Concussions in Sports
- Concussion Symptoms & Treatment
- What is an ImPACT Baseline Test?
- ImPACT Baseline Concussion Test
Understanding Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a condition in which the heart unexpectedly stops beating. SCA is usually caused by an electrical disturbance in the heart. SCA results in death if not treated within minutes.
Inclement Weather Protocols
Mount Vernon utilize the Thor-Guard lightning prediction system. Thor-Guard does not detect lightning, rather, it measures the changes in atmospheric electron charges to predict when lightning may occur within a designated mileage range. With the Thor-Guard system, there is countdown timer for release; once the system detects that electron charges have balance out, then it will release for continued participation. There is a GHSA rule exception for use of the Thor-Guard system. Please note, dugouts and buses are not deemed lightning safe shelters. The MV Sports Medicine staff will monitor and coordinate lightning related information during inclement weather.
The GHSA requires heat monitoring and rule implementation for all equipment used sports. The MV Sports Medicine staff will monitor and coordinate heat code related information. Should a student-athlete have a heat related injury while on the MV campus, the cold tub is located in the Athletic Training Facility (ATF).