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School and sports physicals are available from your Pediatrician or Family Medicine doctor at Mid Dakota Clinic. School physicals are generally given as children enter kindergarten to assure their school days get off to a good start with a wellness check. Sports physicals are required prior to children and youth participating in athletics.

Most youth sports programs follow the guidelines of the North Dakota High School Activities Association (NDHSAA) which requires a physical examination be completed on or after April 15 to be valid for participation (including practice) the following school year. A parent/guardian must accompany children ages 14 and younger. If your child is 15 or older, your child may come to the appointment without you. You must, however, complete and sign the Authorization to Treat a Minor form (included in link below) and return it to the Clinic on or before the scheduled appointment. You must also be available by phone, in case the provider needs to contact you.
Sports Physical Form   Download here


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