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Freeman Health System to Conduct Free Physicals for Middle School and High School Athletes

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JOPLIN, MISSOURI - Freeman Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine will once again offer free annual pre-participation physical exams to area middle school and high school student athletes. The physicals will be conducted throughout the spring and summer, beginning April 15 at Carl Junction High School. Subsequent physicals will take place at various schools throughout the area, with a few taking place at Freeman Rehabilitation & Sports Center, 2206 East 32nd Street. Physicals will be offered to additional schools later this month and again in May and July.

This marks the 24th year Freeman has proudly provided this service to the community. Many Freeman doctors, nurses, therapists, clinicians and support staff volunteer their time and talent each night to assist with this service.

Signed parental consent forms are required before a pre-participation physical examination can be conducted and may be obtained from a school athletic director. For more information, please contact Freeman Rehabilitation and Sports Center at 417.347.3737.

6:00 pm Wednesday, April 15

Carl Junction High School

6:00 pm Wednesday, April 22

Freeman Rehabilitation & Sports Center (Diamond, East Newton, Sarcoxie)

2:00 pm Sunday, April 26

Joplin High School

6:00 pm Wednesday, April 29

Neosho High School

6:00 pm Wednesday, May 6

Webb City High School

6:00 pm Monday, July 27

Freeman Rehabilitation & Sports Center (Baxter Springs, College Heights, Columbus, Riverton, Seneca, Thomas Jefferson, Crowder College, Ozark Christian College, Freeman Employee Families)

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