Sports Physicals Available on a Walk-In Basis at Our Urgent Care Location in Saline, MI

Three Female High School Students in Team Uniforms Playing on a Soccer FieldSpringfield Urgent Care is proud to make life a little bit easier for busy parents who want their kids to participate in team sports but have trouble getting a doctor’s appointment for the required sports physical. If you’re in Saline, Michigan, you can simply walk into our urgent care center and request a sports physical any day of the week. We’re open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., even on Saturday and Sunday. And our highly qualified medical practitioners are ready to assess your child’s fitness to participate in one of the many sports, school, or camp programs that can be such an enriching and memorable childhood experience.

Why Choose Us When Your Child Needs a Sports Physical?

At Springfield Urgent Care, we offer short wait times in a clean, modern facility where you’ll feel welcome the moment you step inside. We don’t require appointments, but you can use our convenient online check-in service to book a time for your visit if you wish.

Our rates are affordable, and we accept many health insurance plans. That means you can support your youngster’s desire to participate in healthy activities without taking a big bite out of your wallet.

What to Bring for Your Sports Physical at Our Walk-In Clinic

If you’ve been given a form for the examining medical practitioner to fill out, it’s important to bring that with you when you and your child visit us. Sports physicals typically involve assessing your child’s overall health as well as checking for specific conditions like asthma, allergies, and diabetes that may require certain accommodations to allow your child to safely participate. However, different programs have different requirements, so it’s best to bring the questionnaire supplied by the sports program coordinator. If your child wears glasses or contact lenses, you’ll want to bring those with you, too, because most sports and camp physicals include a vision test.

You’ll also want to be prepared to discuss your child’s medical history, including any medications she or he takes and any past illnesses and injuries.

For more information about the sports physicals we perform or any of the many other non-emergency medical services available at Springfield Urgent Care in Saline, contact us today.

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