Sports Medicine


Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District

Sports Medicine

Athletic Trainers

Bethany Avramaut
[email protected]

Physical Evaluation

Every student-athlete is required to have a valid physical on file with the trainer. Each physical is valid for 1 (one) calendar year from the date of the exam and must be on the OHSAA Physical Evaluation Form. Athletes may not participate in any practice, scrimmage, or contest without a current physical on file. Download and print the form: OHSAA Physical Evaluation Form (PDF)

Healthy Living

Part of being a student-athlete is living a healthy lifestyle. Doing so will increase the ability to perform at peak levels, which in turn, create increased team performance. Making the right decisions for your body also results in better scholastic performance. As teenagers become adults, it is important to create GOOD habits, most importantly what goes in their body. This includes everything from what foods to eat, to drugs, to nutritional supplements. Click here for more information from OHSAA about healthy lifestyles.


Concussions are becoming increasingly more prevalent in every level of sport, year after year. It is important that both parents AND student-athletes learn about the symptoms of head injuries/concussions and what to do in the event that a head injury occurs. Any head injury should be treated with extreme caution and reported immediately.
Contact the Heights High Athletic Department (216-320-3014) with any further questions or concerns regarding concussions or other injuries. For more information on concussions, please visit the "Sports Medicine" page on the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) website
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