Sport MedicalCertain sporting bodies and authorities will require a medical before competing is allowed, and some are only recommend one. We are happy to provide a full service in this regard and preform medicals ranging from the very specific to the more general all round medical.
This part of the exam includes questions about:
- Serious illnesses among other family members
- Illnesses that you had when you were younger or may have now, such as asthma, diabetes, or epilepsy
- Previous hospitalizations or surgeries
- Allergies (to insect bites, for example)
- Past injuries (including concussions, sprains, or bone fractures)
- Whether you’ve ever passed out, felt dizzy, had chest pain, or had trouble breathing during exercise
- Any medications that you are on (including over-the-counter medications, herbal supplements, and prescription medications)
It’s easy to make an appointment with The Keogh Practice, simply click the make an appointment button.
Please find a full list of different forms that you may need for your sports medical assessment.
Specific forms may apply
First time competition licence application click here
Competition licence renewal application click here
Scuba and Sub-Aqua
Dive Clubs will often have their own specific medical form
Padi recreational scuba diving medical clearance form click here
Boxing Clubs will often have their own specific medical form
Irish amateur boxing association medical form click here
Full contact competition medical form click here
Pilots licence medicals require a specially qualified Doctor, here at The Keogh Practice Dr. Malachy Coleman has all necessary qualifications to certify fitness in this regard
GAA Cardiac Screening
Individual G.A.A. clubs will may have specific forms but the general approved GAA cardiac screening form is available. click here