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Frequently Asked Questions

Baylor Scott & White Sports Performance Center at The Star

Our mission is to develop the most comprehensive performance healthcare facility in the world that supports the mission to make Frisco become the safest place to play sports.

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Is my child required to participate in the program?
No, participation is voluntary and a signed consent is required.
Is this program only for athletics?
The medical support is the only aspect which is exclusive for athletics. All of the other components (injury prevention, education and research) are available to all high school students of FISD.
Am I allowed to take my child to a physician/specialist of my choosing?
Absolutely! The choice of care will always be left to the parents and guardians.
If I have a question regarding the medical care of my child, whom should I contact?
Contact the Frisco Athletic Trainer at your school.
What is the process to have my child tested?
BSW Performance Healthcare Athletic Trainers are on campuses working with head coaches to develop a comprehensive performance healthcare plan for each team.

While each plan may change from team to team, the standard plan includes:

  • Education for all parents
  • Collection of consent forms
  • Fusionetics Movement Efficiency Screening
  • Dynamic warm-up programming
  • Performance consultation
  • Nutrition and recovery educational information

Please contact your campuses BSW Performance Healthcare Athletic Trainer to schedule a time for testing.
What is the cost of the services offered?
All services offered on campus are free. Services offered at the Sports Performance Center may have a separate fee.
What is the data that you will be collecting from my child?
By electing to participate in the program, students and guardians understand that information (data) collected through the program will be used as part of the Sports Performance Center’s research initiatives. The Sports Performance Center will de-identify the student’s data prior to its use. The student’s de-identified Data may also be aggregated with similarly de-identified data of others for research and lawful business purposes. Data included will be personal information such as gender, DOB, school year, as well as information pertaining to injuries such as return to play from injury and type of injury. The Data itself will be used in Performance Healthcare research to identify the need for an injury prevention program. ​​​​​
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