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LITTLE ELM SPORTS MEDICINE
It is the mission of the Little Elm Sports Medicine Department to provide comprehensive sports care to athletes throughout their athletic participation with Little Elm. Our purpose is to provide prevention, recognition, management, and rehabilitation of injuries sustained from participation in Little Elm ISD athletics.Little Elm High School - Injury and Treatment Information - click here
LEISD purchases a limited benefit secondary insurance policy that partially covers all students while participating in an approved athletic/UIL competition. If an injury occurs, your personal primary insurance covers first and the district insurance is secondary only reimbursing a partial percentage of what your Primary Insurance does not cover. Any bills not paid by your personal carrier or the athletic/UIL policy will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian. All injuries are to be reported to the athletic training staff and coach the day of the injury. Treatment must begin within 60 days from the date of the injury and claims must be filed within 90 days of the injury date. Parents/Guardian must contact the Athletic Trainers to complete and obtain a claim form. Parents/Guardians must personally file a copy of the claim form along with copies of any bills or receipts received to the address listed on the form within 90 days of the injury date. Further information regarding addition supplemental insurance available for purchase by parents/guardians will be posted annually in August. Further questions concerning the athletic insurance policy should be directed to the athletic trainers at Little Elm High School or the district’s benefits coordinator.
- Dr. James C. Walter and Dr. Chris Miskovsky are with Texas Orthopedic Associates in Plano, Texas.Athletes have a choice on what physician to go to, but our team physicians are Orthopoedics and specialize in bone, joint, and musculoskeletal injuries. These physicians are also members of our Concussion Oversight Team.For more information please call Texas Orthopedic Associates at 972.378.1438 or visit their website.