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SKIN INFO AND SKIN CARE

Posted by Rudy Martinez Jr on Jul 23 2013 at 05:00PM PDT

***WRESTLERS SHOULD TAKE A HOT SHOWER OR BATH WITH SOAP AFTER PRACTICES AND COMPETITON AS WELL AS WASH ALL GARMENTS AFTER EACH USEAGE*** 

Wrestling mats will be mopped before practices, however, Jr Trojans Wrestling Club is not responsible if a wrestler gets a skin disease of any kind.  

 

Skin Checks (REQUIRED AT EVERY TOURNAMENT)

Physician Release Form http://coyouthwrestling.com/By-Laws/2011-2012%20April%20WR%20Skin%20Form.pdf

If a participant is suspected by a referee or a coach of having a communicable skin disease or any other condition that makes participation appears inadvisable, the coach/parent must provide current written documentation from a physician stating that the suspected disease/condition is not communicable and the athlete’s participation would not be harmful to any opponent. This document shall be furnished at the weigh-in and be available for review prior to competition in the dual meet or tournament. Covering a communicable condition shall not be considered acceptable and does not make the wrestler eligible to participate. (Skin lesions may be covered while wrestling unless otherwise excluded by this policy requiring minimum treatment for contagious skin diseases.)

Below are some treatment guidelines that suggest MINIMUM TREATMENT before returning to wrestling:

Bacterial diseases (impetigo, boils): Oral antibiotic for two days and no drainage, oozing, or moist lesions.

Herpetic lesions (Simplex fever blisters, Zoster, Gladiatorum): Minimum of 120 hours or a full five days of oral anti-viral treatment with no new lesions and all lesions scabbed over. Visible lesions may be present and participation may be approved so long as lesions are scabbed over.

Tinea lesions (ringworm, scalp, skin): Oral or topical treatment for 72 hours on skin and 14 days on scalp.

Scabies, Head Lice: 24 hours after appropriate topical management.

Conjunctivitis: 24 hours of topical or oral medication and no discharge. ? Molluscum Contagiosum: 24 hours after curettage.

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