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Athletic Training

Mission Statement
“The mission of Valley High School Sports Medicine is to provide optimal professional healthcare to student-athletes by way of prevention, immediate care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The student-athletes of Valley High School should feel that their overall health and well-being is the number one priority of the sports medicine program”

aps sports physical

Beginning Monday, August 22, 2022, no paper copies of physicals will be accepted. All sports physicals must be submitted electronically to DragonFly. Please contact Mr. Paz if you have any issues with this.

Per NMAA Bylaw 6.15, the New Mexico Activities Association sports physical packet must be used for all preparticipation examinations and all forms must be submitted to your school prior to participation. Sports physicals need to be completed on or after April 1, 2022 to be valid for the 2022-2023 school year. 

The portion (1 page) of the physical your physician needs to fill out is available to print below.

NMAA Sports Physical

**All of the other required forms are online, included in your DragonFly account:

  • Medical History
  • Emergency Information
  • Concussion Education
  • Consent to Treatment
Letter To Parents
Athletic Trainer Coverage schedule
Athletic Trainer

Daniel Paz-Rudolph

Cell: (505) 363-3378


Office Extension: 54255

Athletic Training Room Hours


Lunch, 6th, 7th periods, 2:25-6:00 pm


Lunch, 6th period, 2:25- 6:00 pm


Lunch, 7th period 2:25-6:00 pm

physician forms

Athletes that are referred or choose to see a physician on their own must bring a note from the physician with a diagnosis and what you can/ cannot do. Athletes going to see a physician must download and print the physician evaluation form below to have your physician complete. Athletes that have a skin condition must download and have your physician complete the skin condition release form. 

Athletic insurance
National Athletic Trainers' Association