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Work Related Injury or Illness

We want to help you prevent all injuries and illness at your workplace, but if it does occur we can treat your employees. We have providers on staff who specialize in Occupational Medicine and can treat your employees getting them back to work as soon as possible.

"Conservative Care Occupational Health takes care of your most valued asset – your employee.

Our providers and health care professionals work in partnership with you and your injured employee to deliver the best, most comprehensive medical treatment in a caring and respectful environment using state-of-the-art procedures and technologies for the best possible outcomes.

We understand that time is money for both you and your employee. We follow up on all workers' compensation visits to provide you with a full understanding of your employee's medical condition and workability.

In addition, we schedule follow-up appointments to ensure your employees receive prompt, ongoing care for their injuries. We answer any questions they may have to help them better understand their diagnosis and treatment plan. Our mission is to return employees to health, and their jobs, as quickly as possible."

DOT Physicals - Flight Physicals - Fit for Duty Physicals

At Conservative Care Occupational Health we work with every mode of the Department of Transportation (DOT): Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), United States Coast Guard (USCG), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA)

Navigating the rules and regulations of the different agencies can be frustrating especially if you have been audited or have an audit planned.

WE DEAL WITH THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS EVERYDAY! Let us help you, we continually educate our staff on the ever changing rules and regulations published by the DOT.

DOT Physicals

Federal law instructs that drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) need to receive routine physical examinations under the Department of Transportation. DOT physicals are highly regulated to ensure that driver’s stay safe and are aimed to detect any physical, mental, and emotional issues that can affect drivers’ ability to safely drive a commercial vehicle.

Our DOT medical examiners undergo specific training to understand the regulation and prevent drivers from being inappropriately disqualified. Call us today for an appointment

Non-DOT Physicals

We offer a complete line of post hire/pre-placement physicals to meet your specific needs. We can tailor a post hire/pre-placement exam to meet your needs for your facility.


Employee physicals are aimed to ensure workers stay safe and healthy on the job. Many jobs with specific requirements need regular physical exams for employees to boost workforce safety. Other jobs that involve interaction with the public require physicals to protect both the employee and the public. Need a physical? Contact Conservative Care today to schedule an appointment.

Firefighter Physicals

Few professions require the same physical vitality as that of a firefighter. Conservative Care Occupational Health has designed a physical exam consistent with the demanding needs of the duties. To determine a candidate’s fitness, we incorporate the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) Standard 1582 on Comprehensive Occupational Medicine Programs for Fire Departments to keep firefighters performing at their best. Prospective firefighters will need medical clearance to wear a respirator. Respirator fit tests are also required for firefighters and firefighter candidates.

Your provider will recommend the following in keeping with the NFPA guidelines:

  • Medical background and physical exam
  • Blood analysis and metabolic profile
  • Urine test
  • Infectious disease screening
  • Pulmonary function test
  • Chest X-rays
  • EKG and cardiac assessment
  • Cancer screening
  • Hearing exam
  • Vision testing
  • Vaccination update
  • Other information/screening as deemed necessary by the provider

Police Officer Physicals

The physically demanding police officer profession requires a physical evaluation. This important physical exam ensures you are fit and healthy enough to perform the duties required. While similar to having a routine physical performed, a police physical exam is more detailed, ranging from the standard vitals to muscular and skeletal evaluation.

Drug and Alcohol Testing

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A drug and alcohol free workplace provides your employees with the safety necessary to operate at their best ability. Conservative Care Occupational Health offers drug and alcohol testing for both individuals and workplaces. Drug and alcohol testing can be required for a variety of needs including pre-employment, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, at random, and to return to duty. Following DOT rules and regulations, drug and alcohol testing with Conservative Care Occupational Health helps your company stay in compliance. All drug test results are reviewed and verified by our Medical Review Officer.

Drug and Alcohol Testing Options

Specific types of analysis will be necessary to detect drug or alcohol presence. Some tests have better detection ability that other methods cannot determine. Hair drug testing provides a longer window of drug presence and is more difficult to cheat, but urine drug testing is much more common in the workforce. Conservative Care Occupational Health works with your company to determine the best approach to keeping your employees safe and your company productive.

Random Drug Screening

Choosing employees at random is often a part of the drug and alcohol testing process for workplaces. The best way to ensure your employees confidence in a completely random and unbiased screen selection is let a third party team select the employees to be tested. Your Conservative Care Occupational Health team can manage the random drug screening selection for your company. All drug and alcohol testing results will be reviewed by our medical staff.

DOT-Compliance Testing

A DOT-regulated company needs to have a DOT-compliant drug and alcohol testing program in place. We strictly follow DOT compliance standards with all drug and alcohol testing panels.

We work with DOT-regulated industries, such as the:

  • Public transportation (FTA)
  • Trucking industry (FMCSA)
  • Pipeline industry (PHMSA)
  • Railroad industry (FRA)
  • Aviation industry (FAA)
  • Maritime industry (USCG)

Pre-employment Screening

Pre-employment testing typically occurs after an employment offer has been extended to the prospective employee. Each state has their own laws regarding pre-employment drug screening. Conservative Care Occupational Health closely monitors any changes in regulations to ensure your employee's are safely operating by industry standards.

Reasonable Suspicion Screening

This type of testing requires a company to operate under a clear drug testing policy and comprehensive management training defining what justifies reasonable suspicion. Before screening, reasonable suspicion should be confirmed with HR, another supervisor, or manager. Conservative Care Occupational Health offers Reasonable Suspicion Training for businesses interested in bolstering their drug and alcohol policies.

Workers Compensation Screening

Post-accident or workers comp screening is performed after an employee has been involved in a workplace accident. Post-accident screening can help determine if drugs and or alcohol were responsible or a part of the accident occurring. This type of testing requires a clear drug testing policy and employee understanding of DOT guidelines to Distinguish post accident for DOT and NON-DOT. Within the company policy, clearly established guidelines must be determined for how soon after the accident testing must occur.

Other Services

Conservative Care Occupational Health offers a wide variety of lab services!

Traveling Internationally? We can provide the vaccinations you need!

TB Skin Testing or T-Spot TB Test

Hepatitis A&B series vaccinations - Can be done at your site

DOT and Non-DOT Drug Testing

Hair Follicle Testing


Conservative Care Occupational Health provides a variety of vaccinations onsite. Primarily we give flu and Hepatitis vaccinations onsite but we can provide just about any vaccination you may need. Contact Conservative Care Occupational Health to schedule your vaccine on vaccine clinic

Hearing Testing

What Is Audiometry?

Hearing loss comes with age but can affect anyone. According to a study in American Family Physician, at least 25% of people over 50 experience hearing loss, and 50% of people over 80 experience it. One way to test for hearing loss is through the use of audiometry.

Respirator Fit Testing

If your company requires the use of respirators Conservative Care Occupational Health has the capability to test your employee's onsite to make sure their equipment fits properly! We use the PortaCount Fit Testing machine to provide you with accurate data, making sure your employee's are protected. For more information and pricing contact Conservative Care Occupational Health.

Drug Screening Consortium

A third-party administrator or consortium manages an employer's DOT random drug and alcohol testing program. Often, a consortium manages the drug and alcohol testing for multiple businesses. This allows employers the security of truly random screening while diversifying the the odds of their employees selection for a random test. All DOT employees are required to complete a pre-employment drug test and a consortium strictly follows the rules and regulations to ensure a company and their staff are DOT compliant.

Training Services

Conservative Care Occupational Health is proud to go above and beyond in helping our business partners do more than just maintain the status quo in the work place! We offer the following training's that can be done onsite or hosted at our clinic's meeting area. Call (479) 725-3020 or (479) 725-3040 to schedule all trainings and for pricing. More information about these trainings can been found below.

Crystalline SilicaMachine GuardingLockout/Tagout
Powered Industrial TruckFall ProtectionCutting, Welding, and Brazing
Personal Protective EquipmentHearing ProtectionFire Extinguisher
Emergency Action PlansToxic and Hazardous SubstancesRespiratory Protection
Hand ToolsElectrical SafetyOSHA Record Keeping

Supervisor Training

This class teaches your supervisors how to better recognize someone who may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the workplace. The class instructs them on how the most commonly abused substances affect the body, motor skills, judgement etc...and how this will impact productivity in the workplace. It then covers how to properly document all situations and how to handle the confrontation. It also covers drug testing procedures, things collectors look for when testing individuals and myths about drug testing. This class meets all DOT regulations for supervisors. Certificates of completion are given to all who complete the class!

First Aid CPR

First Aid/CPR/AED & Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers - Conservative Care Occupational Health offers these American Heart Association and life saving classes. These classes can be done onsite or at Conservative Care Occupational Health.

The First Aid/CPR/AED class is perfect for companies that have first responder teams. Person's who complete the class have a two year certification from the AHA.

The BLS class is perfect for doctor's, nurse's, or anyone in the health care industry. When completed it carries a two year certification from American Heart Association

OSHA Training

OSHA requires that your employees be trained in the hazards that may be present in the workplace. Even though many of these hazards can be site specific, OSHA has established requirements to train employees on an annual basis when certain hazards are present. It is critical that all workers can perform their job safely to provide for their families. You can ensure that they have the knowledge to recognize and address hazards with effective training. Employers can benefit by observing reduced cost and increased morale when workers are educated and work safely.

In order to support our customers in this area we offer Safety Training. Safety training is a vital piece to the success of every organization. There are organizations and projects that may require your employees obtain their OSHA 10 or 30-hour card. There are other certifications that may be required for your workers to safely perform required tasks or perform work on someone else’s site. We offer courses to help you meet the requirements of OSHA and any other safety training needs that you may have. We offer the following courses:

  • OSHA 10 Hour Construction and General Industry
  • OSHA 30 Hour Construction and General Industry
  • Confined Space
  • Cranes/Slings
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Forklift/Powered Industrial Truck
  • HazCom and GHS
  • Lockout Tagout
  • Electrical safe work practices (OSHA not NFPA 70E)
  • Noise/Hearing Conservation Personal Protective Equipment
  • Respirator Training (We also provide fit testing)
  • Silica and Other Toxic Substances listed in the OSHA Standards
  • Welding Safety

These courses can be conducted here at the clinic or at your site.

General Industry OSHA Courses

General Industry 10 and 30 Hour Course Differences

Specifically, for General Industry, some things are simple time changes. The “Introduction to OSHA” remains the same at 2 hours of mandatory time, while others like “Electrical Safety” increase from 1 hour in the 10-Hr course to 2 hours in the 30-Hr course. “Exit Routes, Emergency Planning, and Fire Prevention” also goes from 1 to 2 hours. However, other changes occur as well, such as which topics are allowed to be used as electives:

Elective Topics

10 Hour Course

  • Hazardous Materials
  • Materials Handling
  • Machine Guarding
  • Intro to Industrial Hygiene
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Ergonomics
  • Safety and Health Programs
  • Fall Protection

30 Hour Course

  • Hazardous Materials (mandatory in the 30 hour course)
  • Materials Handling
  • Machine Guarding
  • Intro to Industrial Hygiene
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Ergonomics
  • Safety and Health Programs
  • Fall Protection
  • Confined Space
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Welding
  • Powered Industrial Trucks


Telemedicine Features and Benefits

Telemedicine is a solution used to treat employees with relatively minor work injuries and illnesses. It helps minimize lost duty time, avoid unnecessary hospital or urgent care visits, and increase overall productivity.

Telemedicine provides:


Telemedicine can provide screening evaluations for employees with potential work-related exposure to COVID-19.

  • SAFE

How it Works

To get started, the following will be needed:

  • Mobile device or computer with a webcam and microphone
  • Employee's photo ID and email address
  • Employer authorization form

What it Treats and Where it's Available

Initial Injuries

  • Strains/sprains
  • First-degree burns
  • Back strains/sprains
  • Neck strains/sprains
  • Contusions
  • Abrasions
  • Rashes
  • Tendonitis/repetitive-use injuries
  • Bloodborne pathogen (BBP) exposures

Injury Rechecks

  • Some wound and laceration checks
  • Second-degree burns
  • Moderate cervical and low back injuries
  • Significant sprains, strains, and contusions
  • Routine postoperative checks

Telemedicine is not appropriate for serious or life-threatening conditions. For such conditions, please seek emergency medical assistance immediately.

Conservative Care Delivers Comprehensive Telemedicine Services

Telemedicine is available in all Conservative Care locations. Contact us to see if Telemedicine is available in your location


Telemedicine may be used to evaluate employees who tested positive for or were potentially exposed to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) before they return to work.


Employees previously seen at a Conservative Care clinic for physical therapy may use our Telemedicine platform to continue their rehab sessions.


Employees treated for an injury at a Conservative Care clinic may use Telemedicine for their injury rechecks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need for my employees to use Telemedicine?

To access Telemedicine, employees will need an internet-enabled device (i.e., smartphone, tablet, or computer) with a webcam and microphone. A quiet, private place should also be set aside for the employee’s telemedicine visit.

Can employees access Telemedicine on any mobile device?

Recommended mobile device options are as follows:

  • Any Apple (iOS) device newer than 3 years old and running iOS 8 or higher.
  • Any Android device newer than 2 years old and running Android 4.4 or higher.

For the best experience using the mobile app, a Wi-Fi connection of 4G or higher is recommended using a current iOS or Android device with a mic and webcam.

Is Telemedicine only a first-aid option, meaning an injured or ill employee will eventually have to visit a Conservative Care?

No. Most employees with injuries that are treatable using Telemedicine are fully treated from onset to post-recovery via our telemedicine platform. Should in-person care be required, the injured or ill employee will be referred to the nearest Conservative Care clinic to continue treatment.

How long does a Telemedicine visit last?

The length of each telemedicine visit varies depending on each employee’s treatment needs. It’s worth noting that with telemedicine, no time is spent traveling to and from a medical facility.

How secure is a Telemedicine visit?

Telemedicine deploys a HIPAA-compliant system of secure communication to maintain the integrity of your employees’ protected health information (PHI). The platform is equipped to monitor communications for prevention of accidental or malicious breaches. In addition, Conservative Care does not record video visits or store patient records in this platform.

Benefits of onsite Occupational Medicine services

Increased participation in events like flu clinics and other vaccination clinics. When the employer takes the extra effort to make vaccinations more convenient for the employees the employees are thankful and appreciative of the service and the employees are more likely to take advantage of the services.

Better business productivity is the best ROI for performing Occupational Medicine services onsite for a company. When Occupational Medicine services are performed onsite the amount of time the employee is away from the worksite is significantly reduced. If the employee does not have to drive to and from a appointment then the company is saving valuable time that the employee can remain productive at their worksite.

Increased regulatory compliance is the ultimate goal of onsite Occupational Medical services. When Occupational Medicine services are performed onsite there are fewer hurdles and excuses that prevent key employees from getting these services. When employees have to go offsite for physicals and testing there is always some reluctance to let them leave for even a short time period. Onsite Occupational Medical services allows key company employees to remain onsite and available while receiving the regulatory required medical services or training.

Onsite Occupational Medicine Services offered: Conservative Care offers most of their clinical services at your location. Vaccination clinics can be scheduled months or weeks in advance to make sure that employees are well and ready to work. Onsite Occupational Medicine services allow key personnel to remain engaged and close to the worksite.


  • Influenza
  • Covid-19
  • Hepatitis A Titer
  • Hepatitis B- Injection or Titer
  • Hepatitis C Titer
  • Tetanus – TDIP or TDAP


  • Non-DOT
  • Hazmat
  • Respiratory
  • Mobile Equipment
  • Return to Work
  • Fit for Duty
  • Police
  • Firefighter
  • Company Specific
  • Standard Threshold Shift

Drug and Alcohol Testing:

  • Urine drug – DOT and Non-DOT
  • Hair drug
  • Saliva drug
  • Breath Alcohol - DOT and Non-DOT


  • Hearing
  • Spirometry
  • Vision
  • Mask Fit Testing – Quantitative and Qualitative
  • Physical Ability

Safety Services:

  • Safety Program Development
  • Safety Program Training
  • Compliance Assessment/Audits

Training Services:

  • OSHA Training – Contact us for more details and a list training topics
  • CPR/AED/First Aid Training
  • Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors – Company specific and FMCSA

Other Services:

  • T-SPOT
  • Tuberculosis – TB skin test
  • Onsite Ergonomic assessments – job specific or the entire company
  • Soft Tissue Massage – Active Release Technique in some markets