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What Happens During a Sports Physical?

Providers may perform sports physicals differently from one another. But they always include a conversation about your medical history and a physical exam.

Your provider will want to know about your health, your family's health, your medical problems, and what medicines you take.

The physical exam is similar to your annual checkup, but with some added things that relate to playing sports. The provider will focus on the health of your lungs, heart, bones, and joints. Your provider may:

Your provider may ask about:

Read more at: https://medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000673.htm

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