Our son wants to apply to SA's in a couple of years. I have questions about his past medical history and about annual physicals in general. When Bobby (not his real name) was around 5-8 years old - we were pursuing all kinds of treatments for his older brother Sam, who has ADD/Asperger's (never officially diagnosed, but we knew). These were natural approaches like a candida supplements, b12 shots, allergy treatments, heavy metal detox, food allergy testing, and so on. Since we were taking Sam to these docs, we took Bobby too and had him undergo some of the same protocols. Bobby used to have a lot of food allergies and diarrhea issues, but over the years they seem to have resolved and/or healed. We saw 3-4 specialists in that period of time, but we eventually stopped and settled on a conventional pediatrician. Bobby eats anything now, and his allergies seem a lot milder now. Sometimes he'll get hay fever, but it's mild and maybe lasts a couple of days. He was never prescribed an inhaler or allergy meds in the past, other than an inhaler to use for a week when he got bronchitis/pneumonia at 13 yrs. I think that was around the last time he had a physical. I've been reading the forums and all the DODMERB, DQ and waiver posts are scaring me. Do I have to go back and track down all those doctors from that period of time? I have no idea what things are in those records. Bobby is now a fan of essential oils and has been using them to build his immune system and keep allergies at bay. We found a really great holistic doctor for our family, but we are hesitant for him to see the new doc (or any doc) for a routine physical because she will run bloodwork and may find something to treat. If it's on his chart, it will get reported right? For example, we took brother Sam to her for a checkup. When we looked at his summary, she had put ADD on there based on our conversation with her, not from any testing she had done. On the other hand, she is a terrific holistic doc and may have good recommendations for him. Bobby seems healthy, so should we play it safe and avoid having him get a physical until DODMERB unless he has an obvious medical problem?