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Does anyone know if the NHIAA accepts a parent/athlete release of liability in place of a physicians release to participate in sports. We are not trying to push the envelope but have a difference of opinion regarding the progress of rehab with the doc. Any insight is appreciated.
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In the school districts that I have been associated with, once you see a physician, the district requires a physician's release. If the NHIAA has time to worry about that, wow, they must have a lot of time on their hands.
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Don't know if this will help, but here's the section of the NHIAA handbook, ByLaw Article III "Sports Medicine". Good luck.
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