School Physicals

One of the best forms of preventive treatment is yearly physicals. Yearly physicals play an important role in confining diseases and problems early before they begin to have a destructive impact on your life. Annual checkups can also support healthy behavior maintenance and improve patient-provider communication, which can result in more patient assessment.

An annual physical is the perfect opportunity for healthcare providers to assess your child’s health as well as discuss important health concerns.An annual physical exam is performed to ensure that the child is healthy and physically prepared to participate in any activities.At Instant Urgent Care, we administer physicals to ensure your child’s health throughout the entire school year.

Our comprehensive school physicals include examination of the child’s:

  • Review of medical history
  • Physical examination
  • Summary of visit
  • Complete forms for sports or school participation

At Instant Urgent Care, we also provide a variety of immunizations and offer numerous treatments for conditions such as:

  • Bacterial infections
  • Common colds
  • Cut that require stitching
  • Influenza (the flu)
  • Skin rashes and irritations
  • Stomach aches
  • & More

For more information about our school physicals, please call to speak with one of our medical professionals at (408) 687-4806, or book an appointment with us today!

Depending on your age and general health, you may need to have a physical examination every one to three years. This examination is a safeguard. It is intended to assist you in maintaining your health and to identify diseases and other problems so they can be treated before they worsen. You will also have the chance to talk about your health-related worries and inquiries with a healthcare professional at this session, who can offer you the knowledge you need to achieve your health objectives.

Not everyone needs a physical every year, but maintaining excellent health necessitates routine doctor visits. Inquire with your doctor about the recommended frequency.

Talk to your doctor at your physical exam about any new symptoms or concerns you have had since your last visit. You might also want to find out if any vaccines or screenings are overdue for you. Discuss with your physician about your health objectives; you might be able to alter your lifestyle or benefit from new medications. Last but not least, find out when to expect test results and whether any additional appointments are recommended.

A medical professional will examine you physically and talk to you about your medical history during an annual physical. The usual examinations include measurements of your height, weight, bone structure, muscle, belly, lungs, heart, and vision. Blood is often drawn during a physical exam in order to conduct lab tests, the findings of which provide your healthcare provider with knowledge about what is occurring in your body. Your healthcare professional will discuss your health objectives with you, suggest preventive tests, and respond to your inquiries.