Boxing Medical Lincoln

Boxing Medical Lincoln

Boxing Medicals


Boxing Medical

Boxing Medical

We at Barnetby Medical Centre in Lincoln are aware of the particular medical requirements of boxing participants. Whether you train as a beginner or are a professional fighter, our all-inclusive services guarantee that your health is in the finest hands at all times.

What are the medical requirements for boxing?

Why pick Us for Your Medical Needs in Boxing?

1. Thorough Medical History Review: It’s important to review your medical history in detail before entering the ring. In order to give you the best care possible, our team will make sure that any prior medications, surgeries, or other health-related problems are fully understood.

2. State-of-the-Art Equipment: Our medical facility is furnished with the newest equipment to provide precise and effective assessments, from X-ray services to weight measurements.

3. Skilled Physicians and Education: Sports medicine, particularly as it relates to boxing, is a specialty of our specialists. Regardless of your age or experience level, they will offer support and attention catered to your individual requirements.

4. Safe Information Storage: We take your security very seriously. Every aspect of your health, including pictures and passport details if required, are stored securely, and access is controlled to ensure that your information remains confidential.

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What is included in a boxing medical?

Your doctor may choose to perform an EKG, HGV, or chest x-ray at your boxing physical. This is due to the fact that during the medical examination, one of the authorised physicians will ask you to hold your legs together and breathe heavily for a few minutes before taking an electrocardiogram (EKG) reading.

In addition to increasing security for the boxers during practice and against opponents who might not be entirely cooperative, this helps ensure that there are no cardiac issues that could compromise boxing performance.

It’s wise to be checked up at least once because these tests can assist discover any potential health issues before they become serious concerns.

Blood Examination

Every fighter competing in a fight must have an HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C test performed by a laboratory accredited by the Commission. The first HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C test must be completed no later than 180 days before the competition.


pre-fight examinations limited to physicals

Eye Exam

Every fighter who has participated in more than 200 professional rounds and/or is older than 37 years old is required to submit to a comprehensive dilated ophthalmological examination performed by a licenced ophthalmologist.

Neurological Examination

Any boxer who has participated in more than 200 professional rounds and/or is older than 37 years old is required to submit to a comprehensive neurological evaluation performed by a certified neurologist.

Book a Boxing Medical in Lincoln

It’s easy to schedule your session with us. To complete the needed form, visit the ‘Boxing Medical Lincoln’ part of our website using any browser. After it is sent, someone from our team will contact you within a week. To increase the effectiveness of our service, kindly make sure you supply all the necessary information. To speed up the process, please bring any pertinent materials or documents requested in the form when you arrive at our Lincoln centre.

Pre-Fight Boxing Medical

Boxing Medical Requirements

It is not too difficult to fulfil the requirements for a boxing medical, and you can do so by scheduling an examination three times a year.

– The first is when the boxer initially begins boxing; if they have training sessions or fights coming up, they return six months later. They will need to reenter after an additional six months of boxing.

In order to expedite the medical examination process, remember to bring your form and any other required paperwork. Make sure you’ve completed everything regarding any relevant illnesses or injuries!

Boxers should be aware of their medical demands because skipping weights or working out could cause an injury that could endanger their fighting career.

The fighter returns after six months to prepare for their next bout or training session (if any). The first time is when the fighter initially starts boxing. They will have to reapply after fighting for a further six months.

To ensure that everything is recorded, you should bring identification, such as a passport or driver’s licence, as well as any medical records and current medical conditions.

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