This includes school and sports physicals, school entrance physicals, work-related physicals, general health physicals, DOT (truck driving) physicals, CDL physicals (commercial driver’s license), drug screening and testing, routine checkups, Pap Smear tests, blood pressure testing, Executive health assessments, post-job-offer physical exams, Department of Transportation physicals, non-DOT physicals, return to work physicals and respirator physicals are available to meet your specific needs.
Outcomes are reported to company representatives in the format requested. Health screenings and immunizations can be provided at your facility upon your request.
Available screenings include:
- Blood pressure
- PFT (pulmonary function testing)
- Hepatitis B
The purpose of requiring physicals for school age children is to not only ensure that the child is healthy, but to make sure schools are notified of conditions that may require special attention. The physical exam is a way to assess overall wellness.
A regular school physical will include a height/weight check, a cardiovascular and respiratory examination, a blood pressure screening, a urinalysis, a spinal exam to screen for scoliosis, and an overall check of the skin, ears, eyes, and throat.
The exam is very important for students who are involved in sports. Although the state does not require annual physicals for all students, it is mandatory for all student athletes to have an annual physical and be approved to play sports. The physical determines if the child is physical fit and able to compete without any limitations.
MY ER Doctors has made a commitment to continually enhance the quality of its services and programs and its focus on the satisfaction of the persons served.
Emphasis is placed on the evaluation and treatment of patient disabilities which may be due to accident or injury.
The purposes of physical therapy are to develop new functional skills and utilize present abilities to the maximum advantage. Physical therapy helps each individual reach his or her maximum potential for independence in functional activities.
Occupational Health Services
Sunset Strip Medical Center’s occupational health service helps local area businesses decrease their costs for worker’s compensation by managing work-related injuries. The program is staffed by occupational health specialists who provide comprehensive case management, physical examinations, training aimed at avoiding on-the-job injuries, and alcohol and drug testing.