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Physicals Available 365 Days a Year at Our Urgent Care Center in Groton, CT

Urgent Care Physicals Does your child need a physical to participate in sports, attend a camp, or to enroll in school but the deadline to have it completed is approaching fast? If so, turn to experts at PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Groton, Connecticut. Unlike a primary care provider who might not be able to squeeze you in for an appointment in a tight timeframe, our center is open 365 days per year and can complete the following types of physicals on a walk-in basis:

  • School physicals
  • Sports physicals
  • Camp physicals

What to Expect During a Physical

When you bring your child to PhysicianOne Urgent Care for a physical, he or she will be seen by an experience medical professional who will:

  • Review your child’s health history, including illnesses, injuries, surgeries, or any other health conditions
  • Check your child’s vital signs including blood pressure, pulse, height, and weight
  • Perform an eye exam to determine if your child needs to get glasses or contacts
  • Evaluate your child’s heart, lungs, abdomen, nose, ears, and throat to assess if he or she may have any limitations when it comes to physical activities
  • Check your child’s flexibility, strength, posture, and joint function to see if he or she will be susceptible to certain injuries

It’s important to keep in mind that a sports, camp, or school physical is not a substitute for a more comprehensive annual exam and will not involve immunizations or further testing. Your child will still need to receive that exam at a later time.
If your child needs a physical, stop by PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Groton today. We are located in the Groton Square Shopping Center at 220 Route 12, near I-95.

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