||Sports Medicine Physicians
- Record athletes' medical histories and perform physical examinations.
- Examine and evaluate athletes prior to participation in sports activities to determine level of physical fitness or predisposition to injuries.
- Examine, evaluate and treat athletes who have been injured or who have medical problems such as exercise-induced asthma.
- Evaluate the functioning of the neuromuscularskeletal system and the spine using systems of chiropractic diagnosis.
- Diagnose health problems by reviewing patients' health and medical histories, questioning, observing, and examining patients and interpreting x-rays.
||Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians
- Examine patients to assess mobility, strength, communication, or cognition.
- Conduct physical tests such as functional capacity evaluations to determine injured workers' capabilities to perform the physical demands of their jobs.
- Examine children regularly to assess their growth and development.
- Examine patients or order, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests to obtain information on medical condition and determine diagnosis.
- Monitor fetal development by listening to fetal heartbeat, taking external uterine measurements, identifying fetal position, or estimating fetal size and weight.
- Perform physical examinations by taking vital signs, checking neurological reflexes, examining breasts, or performing pelvic examinations.
- Administer hearing tests and examine patients to collect information on type and degree of impairment, using specialized instruments and electronic equipment.
- Examine and clean patients' ear canals.
- Examine animals to detect and determine the nature of diseases or injuries.
- Inspect and test horses, sheep, poultry, or other animals to detect the presence of communicable diseases.
- Perform and document an initial exam, evaluating data to identify problems and determine a diagnosis prior to intervention.
- Test and measure patient's strength, motor development and function, sensory perception, functional capacity, or respiratory or circulatory efficiency and record data.
- Monitor maternal condition during labor by checking vital signs, monitoring uterine contractions, or performing physical examinations.
- Monitor fetal growth and well-being through heartbeat detection, body measurement, and palpation.
- Examine or conduct laboratory or diagnostic tests on patients to provide information on general physical condition or mental disorder.
- Examine patients to obtain information about their physical condition.
||Allergists and Immunologists
- Conduct physical examinations of patients.
||Orthopedic Surgeons, Except Pediatric
- Examine patient to obtain information on medical condition and surgical risk.
||Orthotists and Prosthetists
- Examine, interview, and measure patients to determine their appliance needs and to identify factors that could affect appliance fit.
- Examine patients with problems related to ocular motility, binocular vision, amblyopia, or strabismus.
- Take and record measures of patients' physical condition, using devices such as thermometers or blood pressure gauges.
- Assess patients' general physical appearance to make diagnoses.
- Examine patient, obtain medical history, and use diagnostic tests to determine risk during surgical, obstetrical, and other medical procedures.
- Conduct complete skin examinations.
||Social and Human Service Assistants
- Assess clients' cognitive abilities and physical and emotional needs to determine appropriate interventions.