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Lewis & Clark Sports Medicine Forms
First Year/Transfer Student-Athlete Tutorial - a step by step tutorial that will walk first year student-athletes through how to set up their SportsWare profile, complete the appropriate sections, and upload the required documents.
First Year/Transfer Student-Athlete Checklist - a checklist of items that need to be performed by first year/transfer student-athletes.
Returning Student-Athlete Tutorial - a step by step tutorial that will walk returning student-athletes through how to set up their SportsWare profile, complete the appropriate sections, and upload the required documents.
Returning Student Checklist - a checklist of items that need to be performed by returning student-athletes.
Lewis & Clark Physical Exam Form - If you are in your first year, transfer, or 3rd/5th year of participation as a student-athlete at L&C you will need a physical. All physical exams must be done AFTER June 1, 2018 and submitted on the L&C form through SportsWare. Substitute forms will NOT be accepted. Please do not mail this form to the Sports Medicine department.
Return to Athletics Form - This form must be filled out by your treating physician if you have/had: a heart murmur or other cardiac abnormality, absence of a paired organ, a major illness in the last 12 months, physical injuries requiring ongoing medical attention or clinical rehabilitation in the last 18 months, or any surgery in the past 24 months (copy of operation report is also required).
Temporary Student Health Insurance Card - If you are a subscriber to the student health insurance plan, temporary insurance cards will be available from the PacificSource website in August.
ADHD Medication Exemption Form - If you are currently taking a prescribed medication that is a banned substance by the NCAA, please have the prescribing physician complete and return this form. This includes Ritalin, Adderall, and Concerta. Follow the directions on the form to submit supporting documentation. For more information please visit drugfreesport.com or ncaa.org/health-safety.