Black Hills Urgent Care makes getting a physical exam fast and easy. Whether you’d like to come in before work, after school, during a weekday or on weekends we make taking care of your health easy.
The physician will begin with a review of your family and personal medical history including your vaccination status. During this time we encourage you to share any complaints or concerns. The doctor will then ask you about important lifestyle behaviors like smoking, alcohol use, sexual health, diet, and exercise. Following the review of your history and lifestyle habits the doctor will then check your vital signs such as blood pressure, heart rate, respiration rate, body temperature, general appearance (speech, memory and mental quickness, skin appearance, etc.), exams of the heart, lung exam, head and neck, abdomen, and legs and arms.
For males, your physical will also include the following exams—testicular exam, hernia, and prostrate.
For women, your physical will also include breast and pelvic exams.
If needed, the physician may recommend lab tests such as complete blood count, chemistry panel, urinalysis, and lipid panel (cholesterol test).
No matter which sport your teen plays—soccer, football, baseball, track, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, or martial arts—there’s always a chance of getting hurt. That’s why school and teams often require a physical so they know they are in good enough shape to play.
Sport injuries can vary from sprained ankles and strains, to more serious conditions like heat stroke or exercise-induced asthma (wheezing, coughing, and the feeling out of breath) or even allergic reactions to bees and other insects found around outdoor fields.
If everything checks out, the doctor will give the OK to play without any restrictions and will sign off on all required medical forms. If there are areas of concern, the physician may recommend playing with modifications like using special protective equipment, carrying an epinephrine auto injector for insect allergies, or using an inhaler.
We offer two athletic physicals.
Tier 1 includes an extensive review of your health history, followed by a physical exam which includes:
Tier 2 includes all of the above plus an EKG w/read by Cardiologist.
A Physical Evaluation Patient History form may be filled out prior to your visit. Download the form, fill it out on your computer, print, and bring with you to our office.
From pre-employment to general employee health exams, we’re your place for quick, cost-effective physicals. We offer on-site exams, testing, general medical treatment, as well as any health care needs that arise while on the job. We also offer comprehensive DOT physicals to help certify you and get you back on the road and back to work.