The show says the doctor reviewed all of Trump's systems.
Donald Trump on Wednesday handed over a one-page summary of his recent physical on a doctor's television show - but the campaign won't reveal what was disclosed.
Dr. Harold Bornstein, Trump's physician, proclaimed the 70-year-old to be in "excellent physical health".
The medical revelation comes following the collapse of his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton at the 9/11 memorial event in NY, and the subsequent pneumonia diagnosis that prompted her to release additional medical information.
It adds that he does not use tobacco or consume alcohol - abstention he has attributed in the past to the death of his older brother Freddy due to alcoholism.
But his body mass index (BMI) places him in the overweight category.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump appeared on "The "Dr. Oz Show" on Thursday to discuss his medical records, and he said he still feels like a man in his 30s". Trump said he believes his temperament is his "single greatest asset" and blamed Clinton for why people might think any differently.
The Clinton campaign released her health records Wednesday, which showed her numbers to be within healthy ranges as well. More importantly, it showed that Trump, regardless of his efforts to muddy the waters on his deportation plans, is still arguing for driving all undocumented immigrants out of the country.
New president of Uefa vows to fight for smaller clubs
Ceferin has been head of the Slovenian Football Association and part of UEFA's Legal Committee since 2011. Ceferin overwhelmingly beat Dutchman Michael van Praag , the only other candidate, by 42 votes to 13.
"After the campaign, I hope both candidates have a regular exercise schedule because that's good for all of us", he said. He said one was a health report and the other a letter from Lenox Hill Hospital, where he received his physical exam last week.
Dr. Bardack said Ms. Clinton's cholesterol and blood pressure are within normal ranges. Video footage taken by a bystander showed Ms. Clinton becoming dizzy as she attempted to get into a waiting vehicle.
Oz never questioned the seriousness of Bornstein's earlier medical evaluation that decreed Trump "will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency".
Dr. Mehmet Oz said Thursday that Trump is "healthy enough" to be president, based on the limited medical documents the candidate provided to him.
Trump is 70 years old and, if elected, would be the oldest man elected to the office of United States president.
Donald Trump's doctor has released a statement saying that the Republican presidential candidate is in very good condition.
Trump added that when he plays golf with professional National Football League quarterback Tom Brady, "I feel the same age as him.
With testosterone." ABC's Candice Smith tweeted that Dr. Richard Besser, who advised on Trump's medical letter, said "measuring testosterone is not a routine blood test".
Clinton's campaign responded with a new letter from her doctor declaring her "fit to serve" as president and recovering well from her illness.