Sports Medicine

Meet Your Athletic Trainer -

Amanda Matos MS, ATC/LAT


Sports Medicine Information

The safety of your child is paramount. If your child has an existing medical condition that you believe needs to be discussed, please do so.

Water will be available at all practices.  Please have your student-athlete bring a water bottle on a daily basis

If an injury occurs and your child misses practice and or a competitive match, he/she will not be able to return to practice or competition without assessment from our athletic training staff or written permission from your child’s physician.

Pre­-Participation Physical Exam - Carolina Day School 

It is department policy that any child in grades 6-12 that wishes to participate in the CDS athletic program must have a yearly pre-participation physical on file in the athletic department. Students will not be allowed to participate in any CDS practice/match/game without this document on file. This form must be filled out by a physician.

Gfeller-­Waller Concussion Awareness Act

To increase and ensure the safety of our student-athletes, we have implemented a concussion management protocol following the Gfeller-Waller Concussion Awareness Act. There are three major areas of focus in the law, and these include education, emergency action and post-concussion protocol implementation; and clearance/return to play or practice following a concussion. Student-athletes in grades 6-12 will take a neurocognitive computer test through ImPACT; this will serve as a baseline should your athlete sustain a concussion. All student-athletes and their parents must review the Concussion Information Sheet.

Meet Your Doctor- Peter Mangone, M.D.


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