Sports Medicine Information

What is athletic training?

Athletic Training Room Information

Phone (614) 231-4309

Located east (rear) of the BHS Gym. Parents and athletes may use the #22 door entrance off the faculty parking lot from South Cassingham Road. Typical hours are from 3:25 pm until the conclusion of the last sporting event held on that day. Hours are subject to change and may vary due to the nature of athletics. Coaches are sent weekly updates of Athletic Training Room hours. Please contact the Athletic Trainers for any questions.


All physicals are to be turned in to the Athletic Office and are not able to be uploaded directly to Final Forms. Physicals are good for 13 months from the date of exam per OHSAA. Physicals can be printed from Final Forms after completing all required electronic forms.

Middle School Injury Check

BMS athletes should report injuries to their coach. BMS athletes will be seen for evaluations and re-evaluations at MS Injury Check or when athletic trainers are covering BMS events. BMS Injury check is held Thursdays at 2:35pm during study hall in the Nurses’ Clinic. All athletes attending injury check should sign up in the BMS Office prior to 12:00pm on the day of.

Return to Play

Any athlete who sees a doctor for an injury must bring a note from that doctor clearly stating the diagnosis, participation status, limitation and any instructions for the athletic trainer regarding treatment and/or rehabilitation.

Any athlete who is diagnosed with a concussion will be required to complete a five‐step activity progression program before the student will be allowed to resume full sport participation. The athletic trainer, in conjunction with the team physician and any treating doctors the athlete has seen for the injury, will coordinate this program. Parents should report any medical information/recommendations received from their physician, as well as the official diagnosis of a concussion

Sports Medicine Resources

Ohio’s Concussion Law

Lindsay’s Law

OHSAA Medicine