Therapy Solutions’ Occupational Health Services is provided by highly qualified therapy professionals. Our highly trained staff are ready to work with small and large companies to provide ready-for-work programs.
Employees that have been designated by the Department of Transportation (DOT) as “safety-sensitive” are required to have a regular physical to be compliant and keep working. Safety-sensitive means that their job can impact both their own safety and the safety of the public, therefore having good health is necessary to work safely.
DOT physicals can sometimes seem overwhelming, but Therapy Solutions is here to help simplify the process.
How do you prepare for your DOT Physical?
When you come to your DOT Physical, please bring a complete list of your medications, including the dosage regimen, dosages, and their doctors’ names and addresses. If you have certain medical issues like vision or hearing problems, diabetes or heart related issues, please come prepared with lab results for recent testing and any equipment you have that assists you with managing these issues.
What Your DOT Physical Covers
The DOT Physical will be testing your vision, hearing, blood pressure, heart rate, urinalysis, and a complete physical examination of your respiratory, vestibular, and musculoskeletal system.