Shelton High student among scholar athletes awarded from local medical office
The Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Center (OSM) of Trumbull recently announced the winners of its annual scholarships. The awards were given to high school scholar athletes planning to attend college this fall.
The winners included a student from Shelton High School.
OSM offers these scholarships to outstanding high school seniors who excel in three areas: student athletic achievements, academic accomplishments and community service.
The scholarship is open to high schools where OSM serves as team physicians: Trumbull High School, St. Joseph High School, Masuk High School, Harding High School, Central High School, Shelton High School, Notre Dame High School and Bassick High School.
“Assisting the student athlete to move toward their goal is very rewarding. Our practice is proud to follow these students throughout their high school athletic careers and to serve as their team physicians. This program keeps us connected to the community we serve,” said Dr. Michael Redler, orthopaedic surgeon at OSM.
And the winners are:
The winners of this year’s scholarships are:
— Joshua Kreitler (Shelton High School)
— Thomas Adzima (St. Joseph High School)
— Diamond Allen (Central High School).
— Alison Forger (Masuk High School)
— Andrew Goldstein (Notre Dame High School)
— Colin Keyes (Trumbull High School)
— Hector Reyes (Harding High School)
OSM surgeons specialize in all aspects of bone and joint surgery as well as sports medicine and orthopedic surgery. The practice consists of a chiropractor, a podiatrist, two physiatrists, physician assistants, and athletic trainers. OSM has offices in Shelton, Fairfield, Stratford and Trumbull, as well as The OSM Therapy Centers in Shelton, Fairfield and Trumbull.