With no appointment needed, back-to-school physicals from Lee Health couldn’t be easier. Our physicians help children feel comfortable so they develop good health habits.
We provide an easily accessible alternative for school and sports physicals to help keep children safe and strong!
Back-to-school physicals include:
- Height and weight
- Blood pressure
- Eating and sleeping habits
- Heart rate, lung function
- Musculoskeletal issues
- Vital signs
- Ears and throat
- Allergies, skin issues, and nutrition
- Review of all medications and medical history
- Physical exam
No Appointment Necessary!
Sports, camp, and school physicals at all 4 Convenient Care locations.
Lee Convenient Care - Metro Pkwy
13340 Metro Pkwy, Suite 100 Fort Myers, FL 33966
Lee Convenient Care - Pine Island Rd
1682 NE Pine Island Rd Cape Coral, FL 33909
Lee Convenient Care - Page Field
4771 S Cleveland Ave Fort Myers, FL 33907
Bonita Community Health Center
3501 Health Center Blvd Bonita Springs, FL 34135
Why are physicals important?
Sports physicals are largely required by athletic leagues and schools. They raise awareness of any issues that may interfere with your child’s ability to participate in a sport and overall health.
Your healthcare provider can identify areas that may be prone to injury and suggest tips and exercises to avoid future problems as well as future treatment.
Who should get a physical?
Anyone who is participating in school sports, community activities, or attending school should receive a physical.
What should you bring?
Bring any required forms for healthcare providers to complete. If the patient wears glasses or contacts, bring those to the exam as well.
You should also bring your child’s immunization records and a list of any medications your child takes, including prescription medications and over-the-counter medicines.
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