For young athletes

The health examination starts with a questionnaire. The properly completed questionnaire will greatly help your doctor in this health examination and providing evaluations and advice. The information in the questionnaire is confidential.

The questionnaire can also be filled in on site, but we would still like to ask you to do it in advance, sign it digitally and send by e-mail to info@sportmed.ee or print it out and take it with you to the health examination so that we can provide faster service.

THE QUESTIONNAIRE IS AVAILABLE HERE.

Information and registration

By calling to 699 6515 or 699 6545 or on site
Tondi 84/3, 3rd floor of Audentes School, Tallinn

To register a young athlete, we will need their personal ID code and the number of training sessions per week.

Right preparation is important before taking the exercise test. Please read the guidelines on the preparation for a young athlete’s health examination.

Doctors

Dr Leena Annus

Dr Ants Kiviselg

Dr Muza Lepik

Dr Katrin Raudsik

Dr Krista Lääne

Dr Marge Šuman

Dr Virve Vask

Price

Spordimeditsiini SA [Sport and Exercise Medicine Foundation] is participating in the project “Young athletes’ health examination for the prevention of sport-related health risks” financed by the Estonian Health Insurance Fund.

Within the project, all teenagers aged 19 and under who practice sports (including competitions) at least 3 times per week in addition to Physical Education lessons at school can have a health examination at Spordimeditsiini SA for a regular visit fee.

HEALTH EXAMINATION WITHIN THE ESTONIAN HEALTH INSURANCE FUND’S PREVENTION PROJECT

aged 19 and under

Price: 5 €

HEALTH EXAMINATION OUTSIDE THE ESTONIAN HEALTH INSURANCE FUND’S PREVENTION PROJECT

aged 19 and under

Price: 85 €

HEALTH EXAMINATION OUTSIDE THE ESTONIAN HEALTH INSURANCE FUND’S PREVENTION PROJECT

including the maximum oxygen consumption tests for people aged 19 and under

Price: 140 €

* The prevention project of the Estonian Health Insurance Fund does not apply to young athletes training fewer than 3 times per week or those who would like to have an examination in order to get their physical capability evaluated and to gather information for an exercise plan. The above persons are to be monitored during regular health examinations performed by the GP; alternatively, their health examinations are to be financed by athletic clubs or parents.