Help your kids have their best year at school with an annual school physical. Most schools require a physical evaluation before students can participate in sports or extracurricular activities. At the iCare ER & Urgent Care in Frisco and South Fort Worth, TX we offer fast, affordable physicals performed by a highly trained team of medical professionals. School physicals will be conducted in private exam rooms with parents of minors present. Our CLIA/COLA certified onsite laboratory ensures that the results of any medical tests that may be performed will be returned within 15 minutes.
"I was seen very promptly, they took good care of me. All staff members were extremely nice. One of my favorite places of all time."- R.O. / Yelp / Mar 10, 2018
"I really hate to give this review but they deserve it based on the quality of care My family and I have received over the last 2 years. I say hate to give a review because we have never waited more than 10 minutes and the quality of care is always excellent. I hate to wait in line. I really do not like urgent care facilities because I find them very slow and they tend to have deceptive business practices. ICare is very straight forward, fast, and a has caring attitude. They want to give you the best care possible and get you out of there quickly. Everyone hates going to urgent care because it takes forever and tends to be expensive. This is not the case at ICare. My advice is to give them a try the next time you need to see a doctor. Call ahead and confirm if it is urgent care vs emergency care. I think you will be very pleased."- R.G. / Yelp / May 19, 2019
"I pulled a muscle in my back and was in extremely pain. My daughter drove me and she went into the facility to get a wheelchair and returned with 2 people. Wilson the Nurse was extremely professional, kind and sympathetic. He patiently &gently helped get me as comfortable as I could. He explained EVERYTHING throughly. He respected what I had to say and truly listened.Dr Cole did the same. I was treated with necessary medicine and began to feel better. I was given the necessary Rx and was out of the faculty in 90 minutes. I would highly recommend this Urgent Care."- J.K. / Google / Apr 30, 2019
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Purpose of the Physical
Annual school physicals are important for students as these exams can help catch illnesses or other health concerns before they become serious or interfere with physical activities. Medical problems such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, and many other illnesses can then addressed by an iCare physician. It is best to complete a physical 6 weeks before participating in a school sport or extracurricular activity. You can walk into an iCare ER & Urgent Care facility without an appointment to complete a school physical 7 days a week between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
What to Bring
Students requesting a physical should bring all forms that need to be completed to the appointment. If the student wears glasses or contacts, they should bring those as well in case their school requires a vision test. The student or parent may be asked questions about his or her family medical history.
What to Expect
While every school has different requirements for physicals, most will include the same basic proceedings to ensure the health of the student and detect any medical problems. A medical history review will be conducted, in which the physician will get a clear idea of the family medical history, any past conditions, lifestyle or behavioral issues, and to make sure that vaccinations are up to date.
Depending on the school’s particular requirements, this exam will most likely include checking the vital signs by taking the student’s temperature, pulse, and blood pressure, documenting weight and height, and noting respiration rates. The physician will observe the student’s general appearance, including the hair, nails, abdomen, limbs, head, and neck for any abnormalities or physical issues. The physician may measure lung function, muscle strength, reflexes and balance, flexibility, posture, and joint health. Some schools may require an eye exam, blood work, or vaccine updates according to the age of the student.
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Is Your School Physical Due?
If your child needs to have a school physical completed, the team at iCare can help meet your requirements. iCare physicians will carry out your examinations and tests so you can meet a deadline on time. We also have a billing program that accepts most insurances, making your visit straightforward and affordable. Visit iCare ER & Urgent Care today without an appointment to get a comprehensive school physical done in time for any school activity or sport.