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Servicing the central Florida area, our centers have on-site labs, medicines, x-rays, EKG & more. Walk-ins welcome – no appointment needed. Tourists rest easy, we accept travel insurances, as well as most other insurances. Urgent Care centers are a great alternative to the hospital emergency room, as the cost is less, and service faster. We treat most minor, non-life threatening conditions and all illnesses cared for by a family doctor.

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What to Expect from a DOT Physical

Under Florida law, all commercial drivers with a CDL license must undergo a DOT physical exam to obtain a valid DOT medical card. There are a few exceptions, depending on the category of license. In most cases,DOT physicals are only needed every 2 years. In some cases, the doctor may issue a certificate that is valid for less than 2 years if the driver requires monitoring for a medical condition, such as hypertension.

Medical History

The review of your medical history will comprise a significant portion of your DOT physical. This is because there are strict regulations regarding chronic health conditions among commercial drivers. Every driver should be aware that failing to answer these questions truthfully could result in legal consequences in the future. The medical examiner will need to know whether you have any underlying medical conditions, including the following:

  • Seizure disorders
  • Brain injuries
  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • Dizziness or fainting
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Loss of hearing
  • Visual impairment
  • Paralysis
  • Missing limbs
  • Stroke
  • Digestive disorders

You’ll also be required to provide a complete, up-to-date list of all medications you’re currently taking.

Physical Exam

Next, the healthcare provider will perform a thorough physical exam. He or she will evaluate your general appearance, which can provide clues to problematic health conditions like alcoholism. The provider will check for spinal deformities, and unusual sounds of the heart and lungs. You’ll have your ears, eyes, throat, and mouth examined. The doctor will likely palpate your abdomen to check whether anything feels abnormal.

Health Screenings

DOT physicals include several health screenings. Screenings are exams performed to check for signs of possible health conditions, even if the patient hasn’t experienced symptoms. Your physical is likely to include the following health screenings:

  • Vision test
  • Hearing test
  • Hernia check
  • Neurological exam
  • Blood pressure and pulse check
  • Blood glucose measurement
  • Drug and alcohol testing

Paramount Urgent Care is a leading provider of DOT physicals in Orlando, Oviedo, Lady Lake and Clermont. We also provide other corporate medicine services, including wellness management, drug and alcohol testing, and smoking cessation counseling. If you have any questions, you can call our walk-in clinic at (407) 226-1906.

What Is Fifth Disease?

Fifth disease, or erythema infectiosum, is a contagious viral infection caused by the parvovirus B19. It earned the moniker “fifth disease” simply because it was listed fifth on a compilation of common skin rashes. Fifth disease most often affects children, but may sometimes infect adults. Most patients experience mild symptoms, but some may need to visit an urgent care clinic.

The onset of symptoms occurs within two weeks of the infection. Initially, children develop a fever, headache, and a runny nose. After a few days, they typically develop a red rash on the face, often known as the “slapped cheek” rash. The rash can be itchy and it may extend to other areas of the body. To rule out a more serious cause of this skin rash, it’s advisable to take patients to a walk-in clinic for an evaluation. Additionally, in people with compromised immune systems, serious health complications may result from fifth disease.

If your child develops a fever and needs urgent care, your family can count on Paramount Urgent Care.No medical appointment is needed, but you can call (407) 226-1906 for information about our walk-in clinics in Orlando, Oviedo, Lady Lake, and Clermont.

What Happens During a Physical Exam?

Getting an annual physical exam is always a smart idea.Physical exams allow your doctor to evaluate how your health changes over time. They are also excellent opportunities for you to discuss any concerns you have or unusual symptoms you’ve noticed. A comprehensive physical exam takes a look at many areas of your wellness, including your vital signs, bodily systems, and health history.

Health History

Once you’ve been shown into the exam room, you’ll be asked some questions about your family and personal medical history. Discuss any changes that may have occurred since your last exam, such as whether you started taking a new medication, or whether a family member was recently diagnosed with cancer or diabetes. Ladies can expect to answer questions about their reproductive history, such as whether they’ve ever been pregnant or had a miscarriage. Be sure to mention any unusual changes you’ve noticed with your wellness.

Vital Signs

You’ll have your blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, and respiration rate checked. The doctor will also assess your body mass index (BMI) and consider whether your vital signs have changed over time.

General Exam

Your doctor will perform a thorough physical exam that includes listening to your heart and lungs with a stethoscope. This exam can give your doctor important clues as to whether you might have lung disease or a heart murmur. You’ll be asked to open your mouth and say “ah,” which lets your doctor see your tonsils. Your doctor will check your ears, nose, lymph nodes, carotid arteries, and thyroid for signs of abnormalities. Your doctor might alsopalpate your abdomen to check for tenderness or organ enlargement.

Male Exam

Doctors typically perform additional exams on men, including testicular, penile, and prostate exams. The hernia exam is well-known for the directive to “turn your head and cough.” This exam checks for abdominal wall weaknesses.

Female Exam

Ladies can expect to have female-specific exams, including the breast exam. The doctor palpates the breasts to check for lumps, evaluates the lymph nodes in the area, and checks for visually evident abnormalities like skin changes or nipple inversion. A pelvic exam is standard for women, and ladies might also have a Pap test and HPV test.

Paramount Urgent Care is a leading provider of emergency care in Orlando, Oviedo, Lady Lake, and Clermont. But in addition to providing acute care to patients with respiratory infections and digestive issues, our providers offer family medicine services like comprehensive physical exams. You can direct general inquiries to (407) 226-1906.