MSHSL Sports Physicals

MSHSL Sports Physicals

Free Minnesota State High School League Sports Physicals

TRIA  is offering sports physicals (MSHSL pre-participation exams) for high school student athletes. All exams are completed by primary care sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons. Athletic Trainers will review each student athlete’s history prior to seeing the physicians and will provide optional ImPACT tests. At TRIA, we care for athletes of all ages and abilities. We’re proud to be team physicians for the Minnesota Twins and Wild.

Monday, July 30

5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

9555 Upland Lane North, Maple Grove, MN 55369

TRIA Orthopedic Urgent Care

Thursday, August 2 and 9 

5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

TRIA Bloomington- 2nd Floor

8100 Northland Drive, Bloomington, MN 55431

Tuesday, August 7

5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

TRIA Woodbury

155 Radio Drive, Woodbury 55125 

Reserve your appointment

Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are given priority. The MSHSL forms will be provided at check-in or can be downloaded and completed prior to your arrival. We will also accept student athletes from Wisconsin (WIAA).

Student athletes are encouraged to bring immunization records for a more comprehensive exam. If your school uses Privit Software you will need to bring a printed copy of your completed health history.

A parent or guardian must accompany students under age 18. Wear shorts or loose-fitting clothing for your exam.

Save on Baseline ImPACT testing

Concussion Baseline Testing is recommended for all athletes. During sports physicals, we offer Baseline ImPACT testing for $5 (regularly $20). This test is a tool that can help your medical team with concussion management.


These physicals are pre-participation exams (PPE) strictly intended to meet MSHSL requirements. These are used to screen for physical or medical conditions that might put the student athlete at risk for participation. The PPE does NOT replace your annual checkup or child wellness exam with your primary care provider for immunizations and important age appropriate health guidance. If the student athlete is currently under medical care or requires further follow-up prior to clearance for athletic participation, the student athlete will be referred to the appropriate medical provider.
A parent or guardian is required to accompany their student athlete if under the age of 18 years.
Student athletes should wear loose fitting clothing or shorts that will allow access to knees/ankles and proper movement during the PPE.


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