The Specialty of Occupational Medicine

Occupational Medicine is the medical specialty that deals with all aspects of work-related injuries and illnesses. Although many physicians claim to practice "occupational medicine," most are not certified specialists. Occupational Medicine is a sub-specialty of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, and there are only about 3000 board-certified Occupational Medicine specialists practicing in the US. Occupational Medicine training encompasses the allied fields of environmental medicine and travel medicine.

Our Occupational Medicine practice focuses on specialty services that include:

Prevention Services

  • Comprehensive prevention examinations (executive physicals)
  • Medical monitoring examinations for workers exposed to work hazards (e.g., chemicals, biological, ergonomic hazards)
  • OSHA medical programs (e.g., respirator, lead, asbestos, bloodborne pathogens), including OSHA-mandated laboratory testing

Evaluation and Treatment

  • Complex/prolonged work injuries
  • Chemical and biological exposures
  • Evaluation of work causation
  • Impairment and disability evaluations

Medicolegal Services

  • Independent Medical Examinations
  • ADA evaluations
  • FMLA evaluations
  • Fitness-for-duty evaluations
  • Expert medical witness services

On-Site Services (We come to you)

We are also able to provide either regular or intermittent on-site services, which many of our clients find highly convenient. Clients include corporations, government agencies, law firms, and health-care facilities.