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Physicals services offered in Colton, Coachella, Moreno Valley, Hemet, Perris, Riverside, Indio, San Bernardino and San Jacinto, CA


About Physicals

One of the best ways to protect your long-term health is to get annual physicals. At Apple Urgent Care, preventive physicals are available for adults and children. The experienced medical team evaluates vital details about your health and can identify early signs of disease before you get sick. Apple Urgent Care offers pre-employment physicals, immigration physicals and sports physicals for athletes of all levels. Book an appointment online, call the office, or visit the Indio, Coachella, Hemet, San Bernardino, Perris, Colton, Riverside, or Moreno Valley, California, location as a walk-in today to schedule physicals for yourself and your family.

Physicals Q & A

When should I schedule physicals?

Adults and children should have yearly physicals as part of their annual wellness exams. You can schedule a physical at Apple Urgent Care for yourself or your family members, even if you feel fine and don’t have any concerns about your health.

Annual physicals provide the medical team with an opportunity to identify potential health issues before they worsen. These visits are also a great time to get caught up on vaccinations that protect against contagious diseases like chickenpox, measles, and the seasonal flu.

Additionally, the team can provide resources you can use to improve your health and quality of life. These resources may include weight loss strategies, exercise recommendations, and nutrition counseling.

What happens during physicals?

During your physical at Apple Urgent Care, the medical team reviews your personal and family medical histories, lifestyle, and diet. You can also discuss any questions or concerns you have about your health.

As part of your physical, the providers note details about your physical health, including your:

  • Height
  • Weight
  • Heart rate
  • Lung function
  • Blood pressure
  • Body temperature
  • Muscle strength
  • Joint flexibility

You may need blood work or other lab work to check for diabetes, high cholesterol, and other conditions. Diagnostic testing may also be necessary if you take medications to treat an existing health condition.

When your physical is complete, the team discusses your results. If you have new health issues that need treatment, the providers can create a care plan to address your condition.

Call the office, book an appointment online, or visit the clinic near you as a walk-in today for physicals for yourself and your family.