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Sports physical form is a document that outlines and evaluates a person's health condition, mobility, and general fitness level for participating in sports activities. It's also known as a pre-participation physical examination (PPE). It's required by schools, colleges, sports clubs, and organizations to ensure that athletes are healthy and fit to participate in sports. The form is usually filled out by a doctor or a licensed healthcare provider who reviews the individual's medical history, allergies, current medications, and family medical history. The provider also conducts a physical examination, checking for any existing medical conditions or injuries that could affect sports performance. All youth and adults who participate in sports are required to undergo a sports physical examination. This includes individuals who play in school sports teams, recreational leagues, and club teams. The physical examination is usually required on a yearly basis or before each sports season. Ensuring that athletes are healthy and free from any medical conditions or injuries is essential to prevent further complications and injuries and to promote overall health and well-being.

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The main goal of the PPE or the pre-participation physical examination is to screen for life-threatening conditions and also just general health conditions, and secondarily it's also important for the PPE to establish a relationship with a primary care provider to just screen for general health and also a good time for physicians and patients for some counseling to occur maybe it's about diet exercise healthy habits maybe some at higher risk habits of some people from seventh grade through college to discuss with those patients it's a general form that we use in the state of Kansas for 7th through 12th grade put out by the Kansas State High School Athletic Association it's a four-page form asking about important history questions initially and then a physical exam that will include height weight vital signs vision immunization status and then going through a general medical examination and then a musculoskeletal examination if there's something that we find this abnormal on the examination is it something that just needs to be worked on maybe a patient has tight hamstrings, and they just need to have their hamstrings more flexible for injury prevention is something like that they need to work on throughout the year that we could maybe catch at the PPE or is it something that's life-threatening do we hear a murmur on the cardiovascular examination that is really concerning and needs further workup before we can allow them to participate the question always kind of comes up who should be doing these PPEs and what I generally recommend is that your primary care physician does your PPE you've got an established relationship with this physician they know you very well they are competent to perform the PPE or to go to a primary care sports medicine physician that gets...