Mon. Mar 27th, 2023
Free sports physicals for kids in the Lake Area are being offered by Lake Regional Health System.
Physicals at Camdenton High take place Wednesday, July 22nd from 3-6pm.
School of the Osage will have physicals on Wednesday, July 29th from 3:30 to 6:30 pm.
The physicals are good for two years and include height, weight, blood pressure and vision checks.
Students are advised to wear lose clothing and they must have a parent or guardian present.
Lake Regional Health System Offers Free Sports Physical Clinics
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. — Lake Regional Health System will provide free sports physicals for middle and high school students attending Camdenton, Lebanon, School of the Osage, Stoutland, Richland and Swedeborg. The physicals are valid for two years per MSHSAA requirements for participation in school sports practices and games.
Lake Regional will provide the physicals using the following schedule.
Students should wear loose-fitting clothing and have a parent or guardian present. The general and musculoskeletal exam includes height, weight, blood pressure and vision checks. Sports physicals do not replace well-child exams and do not include immunizations. Only sports physicals will be offered at these events; students will not be able to receive physicals for other activities, such as scouting.
Please allow more time than in previous years. All participants will be screened for temperature and symptoms, and social distancing guidelines will be followed. Face coverings are required for everyone. If you do not have a face covering, one will be provided. If possible, please limit attendance to the student and one parent or guardian.
For more information on the Camdenton and School of the Osage screenings, call Lake Regional Orthopedics at 573-302-3990. For more information on the Lebanon and Stoutland/Richland/Swedeborg screenings, call Lake Regional Clinic – Lebanon at 417-532-2805.
Lake Regional Sports Medicine serves area athletes with comprehensive care of sports injuries and athletic trainer services. The providers include a board-certified orthopedic and sports medicine specialist and a foot and ankle specialist, as well as orthopedic surgeons. For more information, visit lakeregional.com/SportsMedicine.