How To Participate In The Sports Medicine Program
High school or junior high school students in cheerleading, band, flag
team, dance, football, baseball, basketball, track, tennis, golf or other
verified school-sponsored athletic programs may participate. Members of
local youth, amateur or recreational teams and leagues also may take advantage
of North Oaks Sports Medicine services. Please note that the Physical
Day benefits are currently only available to eligible area junior high
and high school athletes.
To participate in the Sports Medicine program and receive the benefits,
the student’s parent or guardian must complete and sign the form
attached to the brochure or complete the online form below.
Report injuries to a member of our Sports Medicine staff, your team, your
personal physician, the North Oaks Medical Center Emergency Room, or the
North Oaks Walk-In Clinic in Hammond, Ponchatoula, or Walker. Athletes
must present an Injury Verification Form signed by the school coach, sponsor,
or principal for any injury occurring during the current school year.
The injury must have occurred during an event sponsored by the member
The student-athlete must be a current member of his or her team’s
active roster. The active roster ends the last day of the team’s
scheduled event. Graduation from high school excludes the athlete from
participation in the North Oaks Sports Medicine program.
All services rendered by our state licensed and nationally certified trainers
are at no cost to the student-athlete. Co-payments and expenses not covered
by your insurance plan as a result of necessary services (surgery, diagnostic
testing, rehabilitation, MD clinic visits, etc.) will be your responsibility.
If you would like additional information about North Oaks Sports Medicine,
call (985) 230-5248.