Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Athletic Training Room opens 2 hours before athletic events on weekends.
**Hours are subject to change. Weekly schedules are posted on the Athletic Training Room door.
2017-18 Physical Dates
Fall Sports: Wednesday, August 9
Winter/Spring Sports: Tuesday, September 5
Spring Sports: TBA
Please check with your coaches on the times.
All physical paperwork must be filled out on SportsWare Online at least 1 week prior to your physical date!
Athletic Training Department
The Cuyamaca College Athletic Training Department is operated and staffed by two certified athletic trainers, Jamie Adams and Lyman Connolly, as well as athletic training students. Adams and Connolly are both certified through the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and oversee the treatment and medical attention given to all Cuyamaca student-athletes. The athletic training students are upper division students from San Diego State University. The Cuyamaca Athletic Training Room is a clinical site for the San Diego State (SDSU) Accredited Athletic Training Education Program, allowing athletic training students hands-on experience in the field of sports medicine.
31 Days Behind the Tape
From the athletic training staff at Cuyamaca College, we bring you..."31 Days Behind the Tape," A compilation of skills and duties that athletic trainers have besides taping ankles! A special thanks to the Cuyamaca student-athletes and coaches who participated in our posts.
At the beginning of the season, athletes are asked to provide proof of primary insurance, if applicable. A copy (front and back) of the card may be requested at any time. In addition, athletes are required to fill out their insurance information on Sportsware (our online database and injury tracking software).
All athletes are covered under the Cuyamaca College's Student & Athletic Accident insurance policy. The policy is a secondary policy so if the athlete has primary insurance those insurance benefits will be billed first and exhausted before the secondary will make any payments. In addition, it covers only injuries and illness which occur during organized practice, competition and individual workouts for Cuyamaca athletics.
If an athlete requires medical attention the injury must be reported immediately to Athletic Training Staff at Cuyamaca College so injury can be documented and a claim form can be filed. In order to use the secondary insurance through Cuyamaca College ALL doctor/facility/office visits must be approved by a Certified Athletic Trainer BEFORE going to appointment to ensure athlete is only going to in-network provider for care. Any failure by athlete to gain prior authorization for doctor/facility regardless of insurance may impact the financial responsibility of athlete.
In-season athletes sustaining sports related injury- HMO patients will be referred back to their primary care physician/network for evaluation and then further treatment and referrals will be based upon their own network standards. PPO athletes will be primarily referred to one of our team doctors with the option to use their own primary care or MD of their choice. Athletes with no insurance will have use the Student Insurance act as a primary insurance and must follow the steps above for PPO athlete.
Non-traditional season athletes sustaining sports related injury: Only athletic injuries sustained during an activities class will be seen by the staff and only as time allows without conflicting with in-season athlete care. The athlete must be enrolled in the class and have a current physical on file to be seen in the athletic training room and may be referred to the student health center.
Jamie Adams was named Cuyamaca's head athletic trainer in July 2013. Prior to joining the Coyote family, she served five years as the assistant athletic trainer for the Sports Clubs program at UC San Diego. Adams has also spent time at Templeton High School in Templeton, CA, and worked with USA Water Polo. While with USA Water Polo, she traveled to several international competitions including the World University Games in Shenzen, China, and the Junior Pan-Am Games in Montreal, Canada. Adams is an approved Graston Technique Provider and a certified Corrective Exercise Specialist. In addition, she is a preceptor for the San Diego State University Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP). Adams also serves on several committees, including the National Athletic Trainers' Association Ethics Council and the California Athletic Trainers Association's Governmental Affairs Legislative Action Team. Adams received a bachelor's degree in sports sciences with an emphasis in athletic training from University of the Pacific before earning a master's in education leadership at Northern Arizona University.
Click here to see Jamie on KUSI, talking about the importance of licensing for athletic trainers in California.
Team Physician: Jeffrey Anthony, DO, FAAFP, FAOAS
|Dr. Anthony joined our program in 2013 and is board certified in Family Practice and Sports Medicine. He is a team physician for the US Olympic Training Center, SDSU club sports, San Diego Christian College, Cuyamaca College, and Santa Fe Christian High School. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCSD School of Medicine and adjunct professor at SDSU. He has served on many boards, including the Governor’s Board for Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, and the San Diego Academy of Family Practice which he is currently presiding. He has been team physician for the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) and the Million Dollar Ride since 2007. Dr. Anthony was voted among America’s Best Family Medicine Doctors by the Consumers’ Research Council of America in 2008, and as one of San Diego's Top Doctors in 2014.|
Team Physician: James Youn, MD
Dr. Youn joins the Cuyamaca Sports Medicine team as our Kaiser contact. Originally from Chicago, Dr. Youn has been in Southern California since his sports medicine fellowship at UCLA. His primary focus is family practice and sports medicine.