Sports Medicine Info
Exeter Sports Medicine!
Your Athletic Trainers will be back on August 5th for morning hours, and August 12th for Pre-Season Practices.
Upon return, please know that all treatments, including taping, will be at the sole discretion of the athletic trainers, and will be directly related to the injury currently being treated.
If you or your athlete have an "old" ankle injury that feels better with support, or you'd like to prevent further ankle injury, please purchase a quality lace-up ankle brace. They have been proven to be more effective than tape, but more so when used in conjunction with low-top cleats!!
ALL ATHLETES NEED TO VISIT EXETEREAGLES.ORG TO REGISTER BEFORE DEADLINES LISTED BELOW!
The deadline for completed senior high online registration AND completed physical paperwork turn-in is August 5, 2019, 7 days prior to the start of the senior high spring season, August 12, 2019.
The deadline for completed junior high online registration AND physical paperwork turn-in is August 19, 2019, 7 days prior to the start of the junior high spring season, August 26, 2019.
All athletes need to complete online registration. NO exceptions. Visit ExeterEagles.org , scroll through Announcements on Right and click on Instructions for NEW Online Registration. Read them, and click on Online Registration portal on Right side of screen. See which option you need below:
- First PIAA sport of school year – Complete Tab 1, Tab 2, and Tab 3 choosing Sports Registration, print HH and PE forms BEFORE clicking Submit!!!!
- Second or third PIAA sport of school year – review Tabs 1 & 2, then under Tab 3 choose Winter OR Spring Sports Recertification, click all needed boxes and print Section 8 if needed BEFORE clicking Submit!
Recertification yields no papers to turn in UNLESS you need Section 8 to be completed by a doctor.
Sports registration yields 2 forms, one you fill out, one for the doctor to fill out – bring to physicals!
Only paperwork with the BigTeams watermark will be accepted, and only after verifying completed online registration. When you click Submit, a pop-up box will tell you if you have successfully submitted, or if your registration has been “saved as a draft” à that means there’s more info to enter, please review and try again until it says, “successfully submitted to Athletics”.
Incomplete online registration OR physical paperwork = No Practice/Play until BOTH are completed
JHS Library will be available for anyone unable to register prior, or whose registration saved instead of submitting.
**All physicals turned in after the deadline will be subject to a 24 hour administrative hold!**
Address any questions to Audrey at or text (no calls) at 610-780-5940.
Please note our new Parent Information handout is also available under Files and Links. Let us know if you have any questions after reading the information - we're happy to get feedback!
Athletic Training news:
Parents - if your son or daughter sees a physician for an injury or condition during their sports season, a note from that doctor needs to be given to Audrey, Kyle, or the main office as soon as possible. No exceptions will be made, no athlete will be allowed to play without a physician's note.
Impact baseline testing will be offered individually & in sessions. Contact Audrey or Kyle if you'd like your child to have a baseline test for future use. See "Files & Links" section for the permission slip that your child MUST turn in to sit for the test. No cell phones will be allowed to be on during testing.
Parents - please help us to help your children to take care of their bodies as though they are finely tuned machines. All athletes should be focusing on drinking water all day long, getting plenty of sleep (8 hours or more!), eating good foods regularly, stretching and icing while at home, and making good decisions about their bodies.
Cups are no longer available from the athletic training department - please make sure your son/daughter brings their own bottle to practice. Bottles are available from the athletic department, all the athlete must do is request one.
Most injuries require strengthening to get better and to avoid future re-injury. Stretching is NOT strengthening and is not enough to avoid re-injury in most cases. Please discuss this difference with your children - it's a common misconception. We at ESMP believe strongly that most conditions and injuries can be resolved completely with a little dedication and effort on the part of the athlete - there is no such thing as a 9th grader with "bad knees" (in most cases!!), just an athlete with a muscular imbalance that can be corrected!!! See your athletic trainer for details on how to avoid the same body part hurting every season - preseason is a great time to start rehabilitation to come at the season strong!! We are here to help you!!