Sports Medicine

Presented by Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine

Hoag Orthopedic Institute

HOI Saturday Sports Medicine Clinic

Wellness Warmup Resources

Check out the latest health and wellness tips from the Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine team.

Southern Section Athletic Trainers of the Year Award presented by Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine

The CIF Southern Section and Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine are excited to announce the Athletic Trainers of the Year Award!

COVID-19 Resources

Here is a link to the CIF State COVID-19 Resources

Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine, Official Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Partner

Press Release announcing the Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine partnership with the Southern Section.

Sports Medicine Physicians Near You

Hoag | HOI Sports Medicine is dedicated to caring for acute injuries of the musculoskeletal system and have doctors and staff specialized in treating elbow, foot and ankle, hip, knee, shoulder and sports injuries. Find a physician near you.

Community Education Classes

Hoag and Hoag Orthopedic Institute offer free community education classes on important health topics, led by trusted and specialized orthopedic and sports medicine doctors. Check out our upcoming free community education classes.

New Requirement: Opioid Factsheet for Student Athletes

Senate Bill 1109 – Controlled substances: Schedule II drugs: opioids, effective January 1, 2019 is a new school requirement for informing parents and student-athletes regarding opioids. SEC. 12. Section 49476 is added to the Education Code, to read: 49476. (a) If a school district, charter school, or private school elects to offer an athletic program, the school district, charter school, or private school shall annually give the Opioid Factsheet for Patients published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to each athlete. The athlete and, if the athlete is 17 years of age or younger, the athlete’s parent or guardian shall sign a document acknowledging receipt of the Opioid Factsheet for Patients and return that document to the school district, charter school, or private school before the athlete initiates practice or competition. The Opioid Factsheet for Patients may be sent and returned through an electronic medium, including, but not limited to, fax or email. (b) This section does not apply to an athlete engaging in an athletic activity during the regular schoolday or as part of a physical education course required pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 51220.

Barrow Brainbook Concussion Education Module

A web-based learning tool developed specifically for high school athletes with information on how to prevent, recognize, and respond to concussions.

Common Sense Skin Hygiene

Recommendations for schools and coaches to prevent spread of infections in sports teams.

Concussion Return to Play Protocol Info

Video Presentation Explaining Return to Play Protocol

Concussion Return to Play Protocol

Return to Play Protocol Form – Required Form If Student Athlete Is Diagnosed With Concussion

Concussion Prevention Education Video

Useful information to keep sports safe and avoid concussions

Gatorade Sports Science

Sports Science Library Provided by Gatorade

Concussion Information Form

Required Parent/Student Athlete Concussion Information Form

Heat Fact Sheet

Heat Acclimation Guidelines

Hot Weather Tips

A list of heat stress symptoms, and precautions to take to avoid them

Medical Release Form -Wrestlers Skin

NFHS Medical Release Form For Wrestlers to Participate with Skin Lesion

MRSA Skin Information

Identification of MRSA (methicillin-resistant staph aureus)

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Form

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Warning Signs and Required Parent/Student Athlete Form

Wrestlers Skin Health-Groom Check

Coaches Suggestions for Management of Skin Health in Wrestling

Protective Equipment

Automated External Defibrillators

Prevention – Hydration

Prevention – Heat Acclimatization

Prevention – Pre-participation Examinations

Prevention -Emergency Action Plans

Prevention -Sports Medicine Policies & Procedures

Emergency Conditions-Cervical Spine Injury

Emergency Conditions – Lightning

Emergency Conditions – Cardiac Conditions/Sudden Cardiac Death