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Physicals & Labs

Daycare Physical

 

New parents may be surprised that some daycare facility require a physical exam before admission. Each daycare is different, so it's important to know exactly what the daycare facility requires. 

Why do some daycare facilities ask for a physical exam? Children are in close contact with each other, so it's important that each child is healthy for their safety and the safety of the other children and childcare workers.

What to expect during a daycare physical exam

  • Medical history, height, and weight would be documented

  • Vitals (blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration, temperature)

  • Reflexes, strength, and muscle tones would be tested

  • Vaccinations are current

  • Determine that developmental milestones are met

  • Additional requirements as requested by the specific daycare facility

 

School Physical 

Physical exams are a routine part of back-to-school preparations. It is important that every child is healthy to ensure the safety of themselves and the other students. School physicals are generally synonymous with yearly physical exams. Parents as well as children can ask questions regarding development if needed.

Physical exams can be done in conjunction with your child's sport's physical, simply ask your doctor. 

What to expect during a daycare physical exam

  • Medical history, height and weight would be documented

  • Reflexes, strength, and muscle tones would be tested

  • Vitals (blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration, temperature)

  • Vaccinations are current

  • Determine that developmental milestones are met

  • Additional requirements as requested by your school

 

Sports Physical 

Sports physical exams are a requirements for any child who plans to participate in any school sport. Sports physical exams are very important as they help to ensure that the child is healthy enough to participate in the sport and to bring awareness to any health conditions that the child may experience. Sports physicals can be a place where parents ask questions about the potential risks that their child may be exposed to while participating in the sport as well as ways to minimize these risk factors.

What to expect during a daycare physical exam

  • Medical history

  • Height and weight are documented

  • Vitals (blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration, temperature)

  • Vision test

  • Head to toe assessment 

  • Range of motion, posture, strength, flexibility test

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