Possible Injuries Which May Occur
There are risks involved when participating in the Wilderness Vision Quest. Some of the possible injuries and bodily harm which can occur through participation in the programs are listed below. This list is provided to make the prospective participant aware of the possibilities of injuries which may be sustained. The individual is completely responsible for his/her own safety and health.
POSSIBLE INJURIES: strains, sprains, pulls, tears, cramps, infection, rashes, vomiting, bruises, contusions, wounds (abrasions, incisions, lacerations, punctures, avulsions), insect bites, dislocation, blisters, nosebleeds, broken bones, fractures, choking, respiratory or heart failure, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, fainting, nerve damage, shock, paralysis, concussion, and in an extreme case-death.
BODY AREAS WHICH MAY BE AFFECTED OR INVOLVED IN A WILDERNESS VISION QUEST: head, face, eye, ear, jaw, teeth, mouth, neck, nose, chest, abdominal, back, arms, elbow, hands, fingers, wrist, shoulders, genital organs, scalp, bones, leg, knee, hip, ankle, feet, toes, internal organs, nerves, muscles, ligaments, cartilage, joints, tendons, spinal cord, arteries and veins, brain.
I have reviewed the above information and am aware of the risks in participating in Wilderness based programs and the possible injuries which may occur. I child freely and voluntarily agree to participate in any and/or all of the activities listed here which are offered in the Wilderness Vision Quest.