Hip or knee replacement surgeries are no longer exclusively performed on older persons and are now not uncommon procedures for many patients with persistent, significant hip or knee pain. Good out ...View Article
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A Department of Transportation (DOT ) physical examination is conducted by a licensed "medical examiner." The term includes, but is not limited to, doctors of medicine (MD), doctors of osteopathy (DO), physician assistants (PA), advanced practice nurses (APN), and doctors of chiropractic (DC). The Department of Transportation will require you to take and successfully pass a physical and provide proof with a 'Medical Examiner's Certificate'. Federal law requires CDL holders to receive periodic physical examinations, called a "Department of Transportation Medical Examination", to ensure the ability of the driver to safely operate a commercial vehicle. Trucking companies and truck drivers typically refer to the 'Medical Examiner's Certificate' as a 'DOT medical card'. Please review all the physical requirements defined by the US Department of Transportation:
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