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Student-Athlete Physical

Physical Card Physical Card - Spanish

If your physical has expired, you will be required to complete the Physical Clearance Form, which requires a doctor signature. You cannot compete until a physical form is on file.

Physical Expiration Dates

Physical Date Expiration Date
  • April - December 2022
  • January - March 2023
June 2024
  • April - December 2023
  • January - March 2024
June 2025
  • April - December 2024
  • January - March 2025
June 2026
  • April - December 2025
  • January - March 2026
June 2027
  • April - December 2026
  • January - March 2027
June 2028

Concussion and Head Injury Information

Wis. Stat. § 118.293 Concussion and Head Injury

What Is a Concussion?

A concussion is a type of head (brain) injury that changes the way the brain normally works. A concussion is caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head. Concussions can also occur from a blow to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. Even what seems to be a mild bump to the head can be serious. Concussions can have a more serious effect on a young, developing brain and need to be addressed correctly. Consequences of severe brain injury (including concussion) include problems with thinking, memory, learning, coordination, balance, speech, hearing, vision, and emotional changes.

Signs of concussion

  1. Dazed or stunned appearance
  2. Unsure of score, game, opponent
  3. Clumsy
  4. Answers more slowly than usual
  5. Shows behavior or personality changes
  6. Loss of consciousness (even briefly)
  7. Repeats questions
  8. Forgets class schedule or assignments

Symptoms Concussion

  1. Headache
  2. Nausea or vomiting
  3. Dizzy or unsteady
  4. Sensitive to light or noise or blurry vision
  5. Difficulty thinking clearly, concentrating, or remembering
  6. Irritable, sad, or feeling more emotional than usual
  7. Sleeps more or less than usual

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information

Wis. Stat. § 118.2935 Sudden cardiac arrest; youth athletic activities

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), while rare, is the leading cause of death in young athletes while training or participating in sport competition. Even athletes who appear healthy and have a normal preparticipation screening may have underlying heart abnormalities that can be life-threatening. A family history of SCA at younger than age 50 or cardiomyopathy (heart muscle problem) places an athlete at greater risk. Athletes should inform the healthcare provider performing their physical examination about their family’s heart history.

Warning Signs During Exercise

  • Fainting/blackouts (especially during exercise)
  • Dizziness
  • Unusual fatigue/weakness
  • Chest pain/tightness with exertion
  • Shortness of breath
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Palpitations (heart is beating unusually fast or skipping beats)

Stop activity/exercise immediately if you have any of the warning signs of Sudden Cardiac Arrest.