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Pre-Participation Physicals

Baylor Scott & White Sports Performance Center at The Star

Our mission is to develop the most comprehensive performance healthcare facility in the world that supports the mission to make Frisco become the safest place to play sports.

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We offer pre-participation physicals for all FISD students

As a part of our collaboration with Frisco ISD, Baylor Scott & White Sports Performance Center at The Star offers pre-participation physicals to all current and incoming high school students in Frisco ISD.​

Pre-participation physicals are offered on select dates at the Sports Surgery Center. Parents of students will be notified in advance and provided necessary forms to register and reserve an appointment time prior to the event.

Why schedule a pre-participation physical?
The FISD Collaboration offers benefits to students and parents at Frisco ISD — at no cost.
In addition to diagnostic and treatment services, we offer educational resources that focus on injury prevention. As a part of the FISD Collaboration, we provide students with educational content on: Gatorade: nutrition and hydration, concussions and injury prevention​.
Facility Tours
The FISD Collaboration is back by Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research, located on a 91-acre campus that houses the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters. We provide students a tour of our facilities and provide more information about the services we offer.
Movement Efficiency Screen
​​We offer all FISD students the opportunity to receive a Movement Efficiency (ME) Screen, which identifies movement compensations associated with injury risk. Students also receive access to the Fusionetics App which provides a Self-Care program.​
  • About Movement Efficiency Screens

    Movement Efficiency (ME) Screens utilize the Fusionetics Performance Healthcare System to quantify how efficiently an individual is moving. Research has shown that inefficiency in movement leads to an increase in overuse injuries, thus limiting participation in activities.

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