SPATAFORA CHIROPRACTIC, P.C.
SERVING DRIVERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY!
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Our Priority is the Driver!
We perform Driver Friendly DOT Physical Exams to Assist in Obtaining a CDL Medical CardPass Your Physical Exam!
Pass Your Physical Exam!
Dr. Spatafora knows how important it is that you continue to maintain a current CDL Medical Card. His extensive knowledge of the DOT Physical Medical guidelines, will steer you through the DOT physical exam requirements so you can Keep on Truckin’!
What is a Driver Friendly DOT Physical Exam?
Same Day Appointments are routine as your time is valuable! We know the medical requirements and we are interested in helping the driver maintain their livelihood. When needed, we assist the driver with existing medical conditions through the process of maintaining a current CDL medical card. We are committed to getting you back on the road in no time, just give us a call. We won’t keep you waiting!
Not sure if your medical condition will affect your driving status?
Just give us a call before your appointment. We are here to answer your questions and help you prepare for your DOT medical exam. We have all required medical assessment forms that are required for diabetes and vision programs.
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DOT MEDICAL EXAMS
Helping The Community
A DOT physical exam is the evaluation required in order to operate a commercial vehicle. It is referred to as a “medical fitness for duty” examination, which ensures that each driver is capable and healthy enough to successfully complete the duties associated with commercial driving. A standard 5 panel drug urine test is the drug test most frequently used by government agencies and private employers. ... The DOT 5 panel drug test checks for THC, Opiates, PCP, Cocaine, and Amphetamines.
WHO NEEDS A CDL PHYSICAL EXAM?
Reinforcing our Commitment
Those operating the following vehicles in interstate commerce need to have a DOT medical exam: Vehicles with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) or gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), or gross combination weight (GCW) or gross combination weight rating (GCWR) of 10,001 pounds or more;
Such as: Taxi drivers, Bus drivers, Limousine drivers, ...