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Athletic Training

Injury Prevention Program

CRMC’s Injury Prevention Program is geared towards the middle school and high school student-athlete. The focus is to improve upon the individual functional deficits of each participant by use of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and corrective exercise. The overall goal of the program is to improve the functional movements of the athlete while decreasing injury rates for participants during their athletic activities due to dysfunctional movement. For more information on the FMS please visit https://youtu.be/p5yqSZaz4ms.

Functional evaluation and exercise will be provided by any one of the FMS Level 1 Certified Athletic Trainers (AT): Mary Blochberger, Spenser Deeken, and Mackenzie Strother.

Sessions will be held during the months of June and July. Athletes must be entering 6th-12th grade to participate. Prior to admittance, the Consent Form must be completed. If there is a ‘yes’ answer to any question, participation will be determined at the AT’s discretion. The AT has the right to request physician clearance. Payment must be made prior to the pre-screen date.

For further information and registration please contact the Sam B. Cook Healthplex Fitness Center membership office at 573.632.5635. Keep an eye out on our events page or the Sam B. Cook Facebook page for upcoming dates and information on the next session!

Consent Form

Disqualifying Conditions Questionnaire

Physician Clearance Form

Sports Medicine Handbook for Parents and Athletes

The handbook includes the following information:

  • Athletic trainer definition and certification standards.
  • Athletic trainer contact information.
  • Pre-participation physical examination guidelines.
  • Expectations for what to do in the event of an injury.
  • Injury release form.
  • Tips for injury prevention - stretching, diet, hydration.
  • Concussion recognition facts.

Sports Medicine Handbook for Parents and Athletes

Athletic Trainer Contact Information

Capital Region Healthplex West

3308 W Edgewood, #F
Jefferson City, MO 65109
573.638.3400

Capital Region Sam B. Cook Healthplex

1432 Southwest Blvd.
Jefferson City, MO 65109
573.632.5614

Megan Adams, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC

School Contact: South Callaway
Office: Healthplex West
Email: MAdams2@crmc.org

Trevor Barbour, LAT, ATC

School Contact: Capital City
Office: Sam B. Cook Healthplex
Email: Trevor.Barbour@crmc.org

Mary Blochberger, MEd, LAT, ATC

School Contact: Eldon
Office: Sam B. Cook Healthplex
Email: MBlochberger@crmc.org

Spenser Deeken, MS, LAT, ATC

School Contact: Jefferson City
Office: Sam B. Cook Healthplex
Email: SDeeken@crmc.org

Alex Flanagin, PT, DPT, ATC, LAT

Office: Healthplex West
Email: AFlanagin@crmc.org

Debbie Gullic

School Contact: Lewis & Clark
Office: Healthplex West
Email: DGullic@crmc.org

Lacey Hale, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC

School Contact: Blair Oaks
Office: Healthplex West
Email: LLHale@crmc.org

Jessie Hubbs, LAT, ATC

School Contact: Russellville
Office: Sam B. Cook Healthplex
Email: Jessie.Hubbs@crmc.org

Paula Jennings, MEd, LAT, ATC

School Contact: New Bloomfield, Thomas Jefferson
Email: jenningspjc@gmail.com

Scott Schlueter, LAT, ATC, PTA

School Contact: Eugene
Email: SSchlueter@crmc.org

Carinda Steele, LAT, ATC, PTA

School Contact: Jefferson City
Office: Healthplex West
CSteele@crmc.org

Mackenzie Strother, LAT, ATC

School Contact: California
Office: Sam B. Cook Healthplex
Email: MStrother@crmc.org

Team Physician Information

Blair Oaks: Timothy Galbraith, DO

California: Brian Toedebusch, MD

Capital City: Timothy Galbraith, DO and Greg Kuhlmann, DO

Eldon: Scott Griswold, MD

Eugene: Greg Kuhlmann, DO

Jefferson City Club Hockey: Michael Roach, DO

Jefferson City High School: Chris Schaefer, MD and Brian Toedebusch, MD

Jr. Falcon Football: Timothy Galbraith, DO

Lewis and Clark Middle School: Chris Schaefer, MD and Brian Toedebusch, MD

New Bloomfield: Chris Schaefer, MD

Russellville: Greg Kuhlmann, DO

South Callaway: Chris Schaefer, MD

South Callaway Youth Football: Chris Schaefer, MD

Thomas Jefferson Middle School: Timothy Galbraith, DO and Greg Kuhlmann, DO

Athletic Therapy

Athletic Therapy is provided by Capital Region Medical Center's Certified Athletic Training staff. Sessions will be tailored to treating the current athletic injury and returning the athlete to play as soon as possible. The athlete will be provided with a Home Exercise Program during and after treatment to focus on quicker healing and future injury prevention.

Athletic Training Evaluation of Sports Injury - $40

Athletic Therapy Treatment Session - $30.

Payment is due at time of service.

Contact your school's Athletic Trainer to see if this is the right path to rehab for you!

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