Physical examination is the process by which a doctor investigates the body of a patient for signs of disease. It generally follows the taking of the medical history – an account of the symptoms as experienced by the patient. Together with the medical history, the physical examination aids in determining the correct diagnosis and devising the treatment plan.
Health and Wellness-Related Physicals
School / Sports Physical Exams
School, sport, and camp physicals determine whether a student athlete or camp attendee is medically and physically able to participate in activities. (These physicals are typically not covered under private health insurance plans.
Health Risk Assessments
Health Risk Assessments that can point to areas of health risk, which can then be addressed as part of a long-term health and wellness program.
Immigration Physicals (conducted by designated Concentra civil surgeons) to confirm that immigrants arriving in the United States and applying for permanent residency meet the requirements of the Department of Homeland Security. This service is available at select Concentra locations. Please call your nearest clinic for details.
Pre Employment Physical Exams
Pre-Employment Physicals help companies answer the question: "Does this individual have the physical capabilities to perform the essential functions of this job safely?"
DOT Physical Exams
DOT Physical Exams purpose is to detect the presence of physical, mental, or emotional defects that would affect an applicant's ability to operate a commercial vehicle safely.
Firefighter Physicals evaluate a firefighter candidate to determine whether he/she is physically capable of performing the essential functions of the firefighter position.
Police Officer Physicals
Police Officer Physicals evaluate a police officer to determine whether he/she is physically capable of performing the essential functions.
Maritime Physicals examine reflexes, balance, bone density, respiratory health as well as physical strength for a maritime worker.