Select Medical Sports Medicine

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah Moss - ATC

My name is Sarah Moss, and I’m the athletic trainer contracted to Bondurant from Select Physical Therapy. This is my 5th year. It’s my job to keep your athletes safe and functioning while they continue to play their sport. I work alongside Brant Reyerson, who is our team physical therapist, as well as a certified athletic trainer. He has been involved in our school for several years. 

Contact Information

Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns at any time. My cell phone is the easiest way to contact me, but I do try to respond to emails in a timely fashion. If I am not available, Brant can be reached at 515-984-8200 or at the numbers below. Our clinic is located at 87 Paine Street SE, in the same building as the nail salon and Los Altos.

                        Cell: (319) 551-0917             Email: SarMoss@selectmedical.com

                        BR: (515) 229-9851         Email: Breyerson@selectmedical.com

Reporting Injuries

It’s important that I am aware of injuries ASAP. I have MANY resources available to get our athletes the best and quickest care, including same day or next day orthopedic and physical therapy appointments. In order for me to do this, I need to be made aware of the situation immediately. If your child has come home with an injury, please do not hesitate to call or text me. I am here to help your child get the best possible medical care. I want to see your child perform their best just as much as you do, so I ask you please keep me in the loop. If your child comes in to see me, I will give you a call once I see them. If you take your child to a physician without my knowledge, I ask you please bring me a note. My rule of thumb is they have to have one full practice before returning to competition. 

Concussions/Head Injuries

IF AN ATHLETE IS SUSPECT OF SUFFERING A CONCUSSION OR HEAD INJURY THEY MUST BE REMOVED FROM PRACTICE OR COMPETITION IMMEDIATELY AND BE EVALUATED BY MYSELF OR FAMILY PHYSICIAN. As parents, you all sign the “Heads Up” form each year, so this should not be new information to you. If your child does happen to suffer from a concussion/head injury, a packet of information will be sent home regarding things to watch for and return to play protocol. I inform the school nurse regarding any head injury or concussion in case your child needs accommodations regarding their class work, but ask you as parents also inform the office. The state of Iowa does not require physician’s clearance for me to start a return to play, but if you do take your child to a physician, they are still required to follow my return to learn/play protocol set in place by the district.