Port Adelaide will send injury-prone recruit Orazio Fantasia for scans on an injured knee after thumping Fremantle by 46 points.
Fantasia kicked two goals in Port's 18.7 (115) to 9.15 (69) triumph at Adelaide Oval on Sunday night.
But the former Essendon forward and his teammate Ryan Burton both will have knee scans in the aftermath.
Power coach Ken Hinkley says Fantasia may need a clean-up operation after being hampered in recent weeks.
"We'll investigate that thoroughly over the next day and make some decisions," Hinkley said.
"There's a possibly of that (clean-up) maybe for Fantasia but not so much for Burton ... (he) is a bit of an ongoing management one and he's one that we do have a good handle on."
The concerns take some gloss of a polished Port performance on Sunday - they booted seven goals to none in the first term to lay the platform for victory.
Port's Karl Amon starred in a stunning opening quarter, collecting 16 disposals, as the home side scored 7.5 to Fremantle's 0.7.
The Power registered a whopping 69 more disposals than the Dockers in the first term - winning contested possesions 40 to 22 and centre clearances six to two.
Dockers coach Justin Longmuir said pre-game, he had warned his players to brace for a fast start from Port.
"It was disappointing, we lost it at the contest and then we couldn't get the ball off them on the outside," Longmuir said.
"When we did get it forward, we lacked composure ... (and) centre clearance was certainly an issue.
"To give a good team a 40-point head-start, it's not ideal."
The visitors were 50 points down some 22 minutes into the second quarter before salvaging some respect with six of the next eight goals.
But the closest Fremantle got for their efforts, while plucky, was 22 points early in the final term before Port closed out victory with the last four majors of the match.
The Power enter their bye in fifth spot with eight wins from 11 games while the Dockers, who host second-placed Western Bulldogs next weekend, are in 11th spot with five wins and six losses.
Port's Charlie Dixon and Sam Powell-Pepper finished with three goals each and Ollie Wines continued his stellar season with 35 disposals featuring eight clearances and eight inside 50s.
Fremantle's early slumber was alarming but midfielders Adam Cerra (27 possesions, seven inside 50s) and Angus Brayshaw (27 touches) helped saved face with influential performances for the Dockers, who lost Sam Switkowski to a hamstring injury.