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Sports Physicals

Sports Physical Exam Information

How often do I need a Sports Physical?  Every 3 years new documentation is required to certify that each student has been medically evaluated and are deemed to be physically fit to participate in school activities.  

What if my physical expires mid-season, am I still OK to participate?  No,  Actually if your Physical Exam will expire during the season, you will not be able to register for the activity on FeePay (the system will lock you out as a warning to get this taken care of).

How do I know when my Sports Physical will expire?  You can check the date of your last Physical on File by checking the "Health Tab" of your Parent or Student Portal on Infinite Campus

Where do I turn in my Sports Physical Form?  Please submit your physical to Lisa Krohnberg in the Activities Office. The form can be scanned and emailed to or faxed to 952-469-7945 or dropped off in person.

Where can I get a Sports Physical completed?  Your family physician, any minute clinic or a Sports Physical Summer Clinic hosted by Sports Medicine Clinics*

What if I need a Physical very 'Last-Minute'?  You don't have to wait to get in with your family clinic if the reservations are backed up.   You can walk into any Minute Clinic and the Dr onsite can complete a Sports Physical for you.

Why are the Summer Sports Medicine Physical Clinics a good option?  Typically, they are free.  They are hosted by Sports Medicine Doctors and Trainers and then you don't have to think about your physical during the school year.

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UPDATE: The original flyer listed July 15th as the date for the South Metro clinic, but it is actually on Thursday, the 14th... Register online here:

Summit Orthopedics invites all athletes (high school or college level) to one of 3 upcoming sports physical clinics in July.

Walk-ins are welcome but they encourage you to expedite your visit by visiting our site for more information and to schedule a time slot/pre-register.

What to Expect
Plan to arrive anytime between 5:00 and 7:30 p.m., and you can expect the exam to take approximately 30 minutes depending on volume of families arriving at that same time.

Heather Bartz, our school’s certified athletic trainer will be on-site to meet you and answer any questions you might have.

Please note: After the exams, each student athlete’s physical will be sent back with the participant to turn in to their school’s activities office. Summit Orthopedics does not keep copies of the exams on file.


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