At Cardinal Urgent Care, we perform a variety of physical exams, including work-related physicals, as well as exams in preparation for school, sports, or travel. Our multipoint health evaluations cover a patient’s previous history, current status, and appropriate screenings.
The physicals we provide at Cardinal Urgent Care include:
For most students who wish to join after-school programs like cheerleading or soccer, a sports physical may be required to ensure the youth can perform the activities required by the program or sport. In addition, anyone beginning a new sport, workout routine, or other exercise regimen, should get the all-clear from a medical provider first – in the form of a sports physical – to ensure they take whatever precautions might be necessary to avoid a sports injury.
We provide occupational medicine services, including physical exams to determine when it is safe and appropriate for an employee to return to work after an illness or injury. If you are cleared to return, we also provide guidance on how to make the transition back to work as safe as possible to avoid re-injury.
Certain Department of Transportation (DOT) jobs require a physical to ensure the health and safety of the job applicants as well as others on the roads. A DOT physical follows strict guidelines by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and covers vision, hearing, and a drug screening, in addition to the physical exam.
Schools may require physical examinations of students. In these cases, the physicals are designed around a school’s requirements and may include things like vaccine administration, medical history review, developmental tracking, vision and hearing tests, and more. Schools that require a physical may include universities or places of higher education.
Whether your child is planning to be a camp counselor or just join in on the fun as a participant, we provide physicals to make sure their health is in exceptional standing to enjoy as many activities as possible during their camp stay. We’ll evaluate their physical development, capabilities, medical history, and any other concerns you may have before they go.
Being a Scout means a lot of physical activity and adventurous excursions. We perform physicals that include a review of your child’s health history and any risks or activity requirements tied to scouting adventures. Of note in these physicals are the identification and management of allergies, proper immunizations, as well as medication management. We will provide the exam and complete the required paperwork so your child can enjoy a safe scouting experience.
Physical Exams in King, NC
If you need a physical of any kind to prepare you for a new job, sport, or activity, plan a visit to Cardinal Urgent Care in King, North Carolina.
For these types of visits, it’s helpful if you make an appointment ahead of time, so we can get you in and out of our clinic as quickly as possible. Call us at (336) 983-9111 to schedule that visit or request an appointment now. If time is of the essence, you may also just walk in any time we’re open, too.