|SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF||IMPORTANT LINKS|
|Andres Alamillo, Head Athletic Trainer||Student-Athlete Information|
|Sally Alway, Assistant Athletic Trainer||Visting Team Information|
Michael J. Fraipont, M.D.
Dr. Fraipont’s special interest in Sports Medicine offers the patient both non-surgical and surgical alternatives. He lectures locally on related Sports Medicine topics and is the team physician for Azusa Pacific University and USC's Men's Ice Hockey Team. As an instructor for Congress Medical Associates Shoulder and Elbow Sports Medicine Orthopedic Fellowship, he remains on the forefront of knowledge and skills arthroscopic sports surgery topics. He is certified by the Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
As Managing Partner for CMA, Dr. Fraipont presides over the many business issues related to healthcare. Originally from Canada, Dr. Fraipont continues to play competitive ice hockey and coaches locally for the Pasadena Maple Leafs. Dr Fraipont is married with two children and lives locally in La Canada.
The athletic training room is open Monday-Friday from 12:00-7:00 pm for intercollegiate athletics and from 1-3 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during the academic year for student orthopedic injuries. All students must have a referral from the Caltech Health Center before they can be seen by the Sports Medicine Staff. The Athletic Training Room may close during the 1-3 pm hours when there is a conflict with intercollegiate competition. The athletic training room will stay open until the last practice of the day is complete and the athletes are cared for.
On weekends, the athletic training room will open one hour prior to the earliest reporting time for practices or contests. It will close following the last contest.
As a rule, the busiest times of the day are from 3:00-4:00 pm. Athletes must allow ample time for pre-practice treatments and evaluations.
The Sports Medicine Staff at Caltech is responsible for the coordination of health care to the student-athletes within the intercollegiate athletic program. Included in this responsibility are various administrative and clinical duties that are carried out by the Sports Medicine Staff. Clinically, the staff is responsible for the prevention, evaluation, management, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. This also includes coordination of physician referrals, determination of participation status, and the counseling and education of student-athletes. Additionally, the Sports Medicine Staff coordinates health care of student-athletes relating to general medical illnesses and conditions as they may affect athletic participation which involves referrals to the Health Center, Counseling Center, or other off-campus health care providers.
The Sports Medicine Staff also provides Athletic Training services to the Caltech community, which includes the general student body of undergraduate and graduate students. The Athletic Training Room is open from 1-3 pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday during the academic year for orthopedic injuries and require a referral from the Caltech Health Center prior to treatment. The Athletic Training Room may close during the 1-3 pm when there is a conflict with intercollegiate competition. When such a conflict occurs, notification will be posted on the athletic training room doors. Evaluation and rehabilitation hours observe Caltech observed holidays.
• Prior to participating in intercollegiate athletics including practices or strength, conditioning activities and receiving any pre-season funding - all necessary paperwork must be completed by all student-athletes using Caltech’s athletic health/insurance forms.
• All new Caltech student athletes (i.e. freshman, transfer students, first time athletes) must complete and submit the Full Health Screening forms to the sports medicine staff before participating by August 1st for all Fall sports and October 1st for Winter and Spring sports. The athletic health screening can be performed by your personal physician at the same time they complete the institute’s entrance physical exam.
• Returning athletes must only complete and return the Health History Update form to the Sports medicine staff before August 1st for all fall sports and October 1st for Winter and Spring sports. Exceptions to this are student athletes who have not participated in intercollegiate athletics for more than 1 academic year. These individuals must complete and submit the full athletic health screening form. All student athletes must have all forms completed and turned in before they arrive to campus. If they arrive without having the athletic health screening completed the student athlete will not be allowed to participate with the team and it will be his or her responsible to get the health screening done. Please note a fall sport student-athlete who arrives for preseason without paperwork completed and submitted will not be allowed to practice or receive any pre-season funding.
• Please note: There are areas on subsequent forms which requires your parent/guardian signature if you areNOT 18 years of age.
All forms must be turned to the athletic trainers with original signatures no later than August 1st for Fall sports and October 1st for Winter and Spring sports, they can be mailed to:
Andres Alamillo, MA, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
California Institute of Technology
Mail Code 1-2
Pasadena CA 91125-0001
Fax (626) 584-0589
2013-14 Pre-Participation Athletic Physical Information for new
(i.e. freshman, transfer students, first time athletes)
Make and keep a copy of all forms with you as sometimes things get lost in the mail!!!
Questions may be directed to:
Andres Alamillo, Head Athletic Trainer
A Certified Athletic Trainer will be available to assist you at all Caltech competitions and events. Athletic training staff members will be available to assist all participants at least one hour prior to the earliest reporting time for a contest. All teams will have access to our athletic training room for treatments. If your athletes require treatment during your visit, please make use of the athletic training room located in the Scott Brown Gymnasium. If your team is not traveling with a certified athletic trainer, please contact us in advance so that we may best care for your athletes. In the event that we are not contacted, any treatments requiring the use of therapeutic modalities require written permission and treatment protocols provided by the visiting team's athletic trainer. Also, visiting teams are expected to provide their own taping, bracing and/or padding supplies.
The following items will be provided for games:
In the athletic training room
- Hot packs
- Stationary bike
On-site of competition
- Water and cups
- Injury ice and flexi-wrap
- Biohazard kit
- First-aid kit
- Vaccum splints, AED
Huntington Memorial Hospital-major trauma
100 W. California Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105
Emergency Department: Fairmont/Congress St.