M Health Fairview is proud to provide the contracted athletic training services to Wayzata High School. M Health Fairview is a service of Fairview and North Memorial. M Health Fairview provides orthopedic and sports physical therapy services at 25 Twin Cities locations as well as chiropractic care many locations. A certified athletic trainer is an American Medical Association recognized medical professional who manages the care and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries. M Health Fairview has resources available to you such as:
Free injury screening and evaluations for recreational and competitive athletes;
Specialized programs for runners, throwers, golfers, back injuries, athletes needing advanced rehabilitation prior to returning to sport and a special program designed for women only;
Free 24-hour athletic medicine hotline for questions about sports related injuries (952-920-8850);
Referrals to sports medicine physicians and physical therapists; and
Athletic Trainers are contracted to cover all home varsity sports and various lower level sports depending on sport and season. Please check with your coach or athletic office for details. Should you have a question for us you may contact us at the numbers and emails listed above. For after hours concerns please contact the athletic medicine hotline at 952-920-8850 to speak to a certified athletic trainer.
At some point during the sports season it may be necessary for your child to see a physician. I can work with you to obtain an appointment with a sports medicine physician. It is important to keep open lines of communication with all members of the sports medicine team and I will communicate with the physician your child sees to ensure a safe return to play.
If your son/daughter is seen or treated by a physician for an injury or serious illness, they must bring a written note from the physician before they can return to practice or play in a game. This is a Minnesota State High School League Rule (Bylaw 107.00). This is for the student’s protection as well as to keep everyone informed as to the student’s readiness. If you forget to get a note, you can have one faxed to 763-745-6625, or send by email (PDF), to the above email addresses.