Sports Physicals

MN State High School League Physical Exam Form

Many sports and activities require a physical exam before a child can participate. The Minnesota State High School League requires an updated physical every three years. These physicals are completed by a family medicine provider or pediatrician to determine whether a child can participate with or without limitations, or if the child should not participate. An exam is important to determine if their may be any pre-existing conditions that could put the child at risk for sport participation.

We recommend you schedule a complete well-child exam with your primary health care clinician. This is also a good time to review and update immunizations before school begins.

Please come to the appointment prepared with a copy of the MN State High School League Physical Exam Form signed by a parent or a guardian. Forms are also available at the clinics.

Schedule a well-child appointment with your child's primary care clinician by calling your clinic at the numbers below.

If you have not established a relationship with a physician, now is a great time to start. Most well exams are covered by insurance carriers.

  • Clinic
  • Appointment #
  • CentraCare - New London/Spicer
  • 320-354-2222
  • CentraCare - Redwood
  • 320-200-3200
  • CentraCare - Willmar Lakeland Clinic
  • 320-235-7232
  • CentraCare - Willmar Main Clinic
  • 320-231-5000
  • Meeker Memorial Clinics, Litchfield
  • 320-693-3233
  • Swift County-Benson Health Services
  • 320-843-2030