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Treatment (Occupational Health)

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Pricing Information:

Description – Occupational health services(work-related injuries and physical exams) 

  • Amount – $500
  • Unit Price – $100

DOT physicals (Department of Transportation physicals) are required by the Department of Transportation for all commercially licensed drivers. The physicals are mandated for CDL drivers to ensure that they are physically capable of safely operating a commercial vehicle.

What should I expect during a DOT physical?

The Department of Transportation requires that your physical be administered by a licensed medical examiner. During the [city] DOT exam, your doctor will evaluate your eyesight and peripheral vision, as well as your hearing and blood pressure. He or she will also review your medical history, any physical impairment you may have, and your use of prescription and non-prescription drugs.

Injuries in the workplace

The workplace can be a dangerous place – even in seemingly benign occupations. Physical labor and repetitive motions are responsible for a bevy of workman’s compensation claims every year in the U.S. Though a person can develop nearly any type of injury on the job, certain workman’s comp injuries are more common than others. Some of the most prevalent injuries in the workplace include:

  • Herniated discs
  • Muscle Sprains
  • Soft Tissue Strains
  • Sciatica
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

These conditions can cause severe or chronic pain and in some cases, numbness and tingling. Instead of masking symptoms with prescription medications, chiropractic is effective for treating the source of some of the most common workplace injuries.

How do I know if my injury is work-related?

Your employer’s worker’s compensation insurance company may require that you prove an injury is work-related before receiving benefits for a claim. Determining if your injury occurred on the job is simple: Did your injury occur while you were performing a task for your employer? This includes injuries that occur inside the workplace, as well as injuries that occur on location or while riding in a company vehicle.

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