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School & Sports Physicals School and Sports Physicals Made Convenient & Affordable

If you or your child are in need of pre-participation physicals, Mend Urgent Care is your convenient and affordable option to get them done.  Mend Urgent Care centers are open seven days a week and are available to complete your school or sports physicals after hours, on weekends, and even during holidays.

During a school or sports physical, dependent upon the unique requirements of each pre-participation examination, the physical will assess among other aspects:

  • Vitals (e.g. pulse, blood pressure)
  • Height and weight
  • Eye examination
  • Review of medical history (including any records provided during the visit)
  • Fitness check
  • Physical examination

Walk in today and allow our team of high-quality healthcare professionals to perform your school or sports physical conveniently and affordably.  Use these opportunities as well to ask our team about ways you or your child may be prone to injury and gather tips and exercises to help avoid future problems.

What is a sports or school physical?

A sports or school physical, also known as a pre-participation physical examination (PPE), is a requirement for participation in certain athletic and school programs.  The purpose of the physical is to determine whether or not a child (or adult) is physically able to participate in a sport or program safely.

Sports and school physicals do not replace and are not substitutes for routine, annual physicals performed by a Primary Care Physician (PCP) or Pediatrician.

What do I need to bring for a sports or school physical?

Your school or sports program will typically provide you with their designated Physical Form.  Please bring this physical form in and fill out with as much detailed health history, certifications, consents, and any applicable records and/or medical history that would impact your or your child’s ability to safely participate in the school or sports program (i.e. heart problems or heart conditions).

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