Do I need clearance from a Doctor to scuba dive?

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Do I need clearance from a Doctor to scuba dive?

Not usually. If you are 10 years or older and in good medical condition you will most likely not require a clearance from a Doctor scuba dive. All uncertified divers are required to fill out a medical statement. Click here to view this form. If you must answer “Yes” to any medical question, then a clearance from your Doctor is necessary before you begin your diving adventure.

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A professional diver since 2006, Kevin Maratea has instructed and guided dives in the most popular diving destinations, including: Dahab and Sharm el Sheik (Egypt), the Similan Islands, Koh Tao & Chumporn (Thailand), and Roatan (Honduras). He welcomes new divers who feel claustrophobic with a fear of being underwater. Excited to share with you his respect for corals, fish and the ocean environment, Kev dives conservatively so you enjoy the best possible scuba experience. Ocean conservation is one of Kevin’s passions. He believes public awareness is the path to ending commercial fishing and the shark finning industry!