Sports Physicals -$40
Lawrence, KS | Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic
Same-day Appointments Available
At Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic in Lawrence, Kansas, we understand the importance of sports physicals for high school and middle school athletes. That's why we offer comprehensive sports physicals for student-athletes, performed by our experienced team of medical professionals.
Why Sports Physicals Are Important
Sports physicals are an essential part of participating in school sports in Kansas. The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) requires that student-athletes have a sports physical completed within the past calendar year in order to participate in school sports. Sports physicals are crucial for identifying any potential health issues that may put student-athletes at risk during physical activity, including underlying health conditions and injuries.
What to Expect During a Sports Physical at Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic
At Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic, we provide comprehensive sports physicals that assess a student-athlete's overall health and physical readiness for sports. Our team of chiropractors will review the student-athlete's medical history and perform a physical exam that includes an evaluation of the student-athlete's cardiovascular health, muscular strength and flexibility, and joint function.
Our sports physicals typically last about 30 minutes and are performed in a comfortable, private setting. Our medical professionals are experienced in working with student-athletes and understand the unique physical demands of sports.
How to Schedule Your Sports Physical at Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic
Scheduling your sports physical at Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic is easy. Simply call our office at (785) 856-2273 or schedule online for an appointment. Our friendly staff will assist you in scheduling a convenient appointment time that works with your schedule. If you have any questions about what to bring to your appointment, please feel free to call our office for guidance.
Please download, print, fill out and bring in the following Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation form.
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a screening tool used to evaluate seven fundamental movement patterns in individuals with no current pain, complaint or musculoskeletal injury. The FMS is not intended to diagnose orthopedic problems but rather to demonstrate opportunities for improved movement in individuals. Improved movement may decrease the risk of future injury.