Email Regarding NASS (medical)

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  1. navygirl89

    navygirl89 Member

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    So I got this email
    That is the entire email, and it's the first I've heard since the "successfull application" email, I don't entirely understand what I'm supposed to do. Do I just get my Pediatrician to email that address regarding me? I'm honestly confused. :confused:

    So if anyone knows anything about this, insight would be greatly appreciated!!
    ps: I do plan on calling the number tomorrow if I still don't understand, would that be the right thing to do?
     
  2. rudyinok

    rudyinok Member

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    When ds applied, he had to scan in a copy of the physician's physical form that is typically used to play school sports. do you have such a form already from playing sports at your school? if not, your physician probably has blank forms he/she uses and can complete the physical for you. then send them the signed physical. does that help?
     
  3. MIDNDAD

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    Yes, call the contact number and ask for clarification.

    Something in your application triggered that e-mail. It's not a big deal at this point. Go to your doctor and ask them to write a simple note that you are cleared for all phisical activity. The note should be on the doctors/hospital letterhead and of course signed by the doctor. E-mail that back to admissions and you will be good to go.
     
  4. navygirl89

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    Thanks !!

    Thank you so much everyone.

    I called the number and a simple note was all that was required so I better get on that.

    I really appreciate both responses
     

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