At M15 Urgent Care, we provide Sports Physicals at a special rate. Call our office for the most current prices.

During a sports physical, your healthcare provider reviews your medical history and conducts a physical exam. Your medical history includes questions about illnesses and injuries you have had, such as asthma or a broken leg. It is important to know about medical problems that run in your family or any medicines you take on a daily basis. For example, has anyone in your family had heart trouble? Another important question is whether you've ever passed out, felt dizzy, or felt pain in your chest while running or playing. You should fill out the form with your mom or dad to provide the doctor with the most accurate information. Your doctor may ask additional questions during the exam.

During the physical exam, the physician will:

  • measure your height
  • check your weight
  • take your blood pressure
  • listen to your heart and lungs
  • feel your abdomen
  • look in your ears, nose, and throat
  • check your eyesight
  • test how strong and flexible you are

During this time with the doctor, you should discuss any other questions you have about your health and playing sports.

Almost all kids can play the sports they want to play. If you have a health problem, you can usually take medicine or get treatment that will let you play your sport safely. If you have an old injury, the doctor may be able to suggest exercises and other treatments to help you fully recover from it. Even kids with serious health problems often find a sport in which they can participate.

It's a good idea to get a sports physical about 6 weeks before the sports season starts, so be sure to plan ahead. Even if you get a sports physical, it's still a smart idea to have an annual checkup. Your regular doctor knows you better and will be better able to spot changes in your overall health.

Call us to make an appointment: 248-793-7113

For those with no insurance, we offer a special rate for flu shots. Call our office for current specials. Those with existing insurance will be billed through their insurance company.

Influenza is a viral infection that attacks your respiratory system — your nose, throat and lungs. Influenza, commonly called the flu, is not the same as the stomach "flu" viruses that cause diarrhea and vomiting.
Influenza and its complications can be deadly. People at higher risk of developing flu complications include:
 Young children
 Older adults
 Pregnant women
 People with weakened immune systems
 People who have chronic illnesses
Your best defense against influenza is to receive an annual vaccination.

For those with no insurance, we offer a flat rate office visit fee. Call us for current specials. Those with existing insurance will be billed through their insurance company.

We accept most major insurance plans. But it is always advisable to contact the clinic to make sure that we accept your insurance. All the Co-Payments are due at the time of Service. We accept Checks, Cash and all major Credit Cards.
At M15 Urgent Care, our main goal is to provide you with high quality compassionate medical care. In order to consistently get the most out of your visits with us, you may want to consider the following list.  We feel that by thinking about these items beforehand, your visit will be more productive for both you and your provider.

1.Make a list of your concerns: If you write down a list of concerns, it will help both you and your doctor plan your visit. In addition, it will minimize the chance of forgetting important medical concerns.
2.Prioritize your concerns: As much as our providers try, we do have some time constraints. By bringing up your most important issue at the beginning, you will make sure that there is adequate time to fully address this concern.
3.Bring a friend or family member: If you are worried, bring a second pair of ears. Most people will leave a doctor’s office and really only remember about 25% of what was discussed. If you are concerned about a problem, or if your family is concerned, bring a friend or relative with you to the visit to help you to remember what has been talked about.
4.Bring your medication bottles: Bring your bottles of medications with you to each visit. At almost every visit, the nurse and the provider will talk with you about your medications. Making sure that everyone has a common understanding about what you are taking is essential to providing you with high quality care.
5.Bring more information: If you are a diabetic and you know the provider will want to know what your sugar readings have been, bring your glucometer. If you have high blood pressure, bring your list of blood pressure readings since your last visit.

We do NOT require you to change your primary care physician to be seen. We have working relationships with insurance plans and local primary care physicians so that your immediate medical condition will be taken care of today, and your follow up care will be with your established primary care physician. If you don't have a primary care physician, we will provide you with a list of physicians in the area who are currently accepting new patients.

Thank you for considering these ideas prior to your visit. We look forward to seeing you.