Same-Day School & Sports Physicals

Powers Pediatrics provides a variety of physical exam services with same-day appointments. We accept Medicaid & major insurance available.

Sports Physical Pricing at powers pediatrics

Sports Physical

Sports physicals are an important part of staying healthy and safe while participating in sports. We evaluate overall health as part of the evaluation to determine whether your child meets the requirements to participate in the sports activity.

School Physical

Powers Pediatrics offers a child’s school physical exams for your child to participate in a sports team, go to school, or get a checkup. We also provide the immunizations required of all children before they attend school.

What Does Physical Examination Include?

Development Surveillance

At Power Pediatrics, we offer comprehensive physical exams tailored to each patient’s unique needs. We perform developmental surveillance to ensure that your child is meeting age-appropriate milestones.


Lead exposure can have serious health consequences, particularly in children. we may screen for lead exposure and provide education on how to prevent exposure.


Performing well at school can be very difficult if a child has vision problems. We evaluate your child’s vision which typically involves a vision screening test.

Oral Health

This involves an examination of the mouth, teeth, and gums, as well as a review of the dental history.

Blood Pressure / Hypertension

Measuring your blood pressure is a routine part of a physical exam, and we also measure other vital signs, such as heart rate and temperature.


Measurement is particularly important for children as both growing too slowly or too fast may indicate a nutritional or other health problem.


Our team provides vaccination recommendations and can administer vaccines that Keep you away from getting and spreading the diseases.

Behavioral Assessment & Anticipatory Guidance

Mental health problems affect about 1 in 10 children and young people including depression, anxiety, and conduct disorder. We assess your mental health and guide healthy behaviors such as diet, exercise, and stress management.

Get Access to Community Resources

We provide access to community resources such as food banks, shelters, mental or behavioral health experts, ETC.

Common Physical Questions

Preparing for school and sports physicals can raise many questions. At Power's Pediatrics, our pediatricians are here to provide clear answers and thorough exams. As the new school year approaches, rely on us to ensure your student-athletes are ready for their activities, confident, and healthy.

Is a school physical the same as a sports physical?

While school physicals and sports physicals share similarities, they have distinct purposes:

  • School Physical: This comprehensive exam ensures your child is healthy and up-to-date on immunizations for the academic year. It typically covers overall health, development, and preventive care.
  • Sports Physical: This focuses on evaluating your child's fitness level and ability to participate in sports safely. It includes assessing physical strength, flexibility, cardiovascular health, and any potential risks of injury.

At Power's Pediatrics, we offer both types of physicals to ensure your child is prepared for school and athletic activities.

Do I still have to get a regular school physical if I get a sports physical?

Yes, you still need a regular school physical even if you get a sports physical. Each exam checks different parts of your health for school and sports activities.

Is there anything I should bring for the physical?

When you come to Power's Pediatrics for a physical, please remember to bring:

  • A completed and signed physical form provided by your school or sports organization
  • Your child's medical history, including any past injuries or surgeries
  • A list of any current medications
  • Vision or hearing aids, if applicable
  • Immunization records
  • A parent or guardian, especially if your child is a minor.

When does my child need a sports/school physical?

Most schools and sports leagues require a sports physical before a child can participate in organized sports or physical activities. It is usually recommended that a child has a sports physical every year.

How Long Does A Physical Examination Take?

At Powers Pediatrics physical examination takes about 30 minutes. However, it can vary depending on the age and health of your child and any specific concerns you may have.

Why is a Physical necessary?

A physical is a vital part of ensuring that children are able to participate in activities safely and with the best possible health outcomes. It also helps Primary care providers to screen for medical conditions that might impact a child's ability to participate in activities, as well as to assess growth and development. It's also a good time for the doctor to give the child any immunizations they need.

Is it important to get a physical every year?

It's recommended that kids have annual physicals to track child medical history, identify past injuries, growth and development and catch any potential health issues early. An annual physical is essential for monitoring your overall health and ensuring that any potential illnesses or issues can be caught in the early stages. This also allows your doctor to stay up-to-date on any changes in your health and develop a comprehensive plan for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. learn more about the importance of regular or annual physical exams.

Are physical exams free?

Most insurance plans will cover the cost of a well-child visit, which includes a physical exam. However, if you don't have insurance or your insurance doesn't cover well-child visits, Powers Pediatrics offers self-pay options.

Can my child still participate in sports if they have a medical condition?

It depends on the medical condition. We will evaluate your child's medical history and condition to determine if they can safely participate in a sport or physical activity.

How much is a physical exam at Powers Pediatrics?

Powers Pediatrics offers school & sports physical exams at $80 and only charges $10 per vaccine.

Can I get a Sports physical exam at Powers Pediatrics with no insurance?

Powers Pediatrics offers self-pay options in case you don't have insurance or your insurance doesn't cover well-child visits.

What is the best way to schedule an appointment with your office?

The best way to schedule an appointment with Powers Pediatrics is to call our main office line at 407-286-2965. You can also request an appointment through our website. Same-day appointments are often available, but it depends on the demand for that day.