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Woodstock (12.99 mi)
Schaumburg (14.15 mi)
Saint Charles (17.39 mi)
Bloomingdale (18.07 mi)
Libertyville (19.25 mi)

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60102 (2) (1.31 mi)
60194 (1) (12.62 mi)
60098 (1) (13.26 mi)
60174 (5) (16.89 mi)
60108 (4) (18.52 mi)
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  • Terrence Loughlin, MD

    Distance: 14.15 mi
    1585 Barrington Rd Ste 206
    Schaumburg, IL 60194
  • Neil Shah 150 Points

    Neil K Shah, DO
    Distance: 17.38 mi
    2900 Foxfield Rd
    Ste 207
    Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • Stephen Headley 150 Points

    Stephen V Headley, DO
    Distance: 17.38 mi
    2900 Foxfield Rd
    Ste 207
    Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • Winston Rajendram 150 Points

    Winston D Rajendram, MD
    Distance: 17.38 mi
    2900 Foxfield Rd
    Ste 207
    Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • 100 Points

    Distance: 17.38 mi
    2900 Foxfield Drive
    Suite 207
    Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • George Pappas, MD 100 Points

    Tyler Medical Svc
    Distance: 17.38 mi
    525 Tyler Rd Ste Ij
    Saint Charles, IL 60174
  • Adrienne Baksinski 150 Points

    Adrienne Baksinski, DO
    Distance: 18.06 mi
    245 S Gary Ave
    Ste 200
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Neil Shah 150 Points

    Neil K Shah, DO
    Distance: 18.06 mi
    245 S Gary Ave
    Ste 200
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Rasa McCarthy 150 Points

    Northwestern Medicine Occupational Medicine
    Distance: 18.06 mi
    245 S Gary Ave
    Ste 200
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Robin Robinson 150 Points

    Robin J Robinson, MD
    Distance: 18.06 mi
    245 S Gary Ave
    Ste 200
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • 100 Points

    Distance: 18.06 mi
    245 S Gary Ave
    Suite 200
    Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Robert Baker, MD

    Distance: 19.24 mi
    291 Peterson Rd
    Libertyville, IL 60048
  • Bharthi Rao, M.D.,F.A.C.O.G.

    Distance: 21.81 mi
    2500 W Fabyan Pkwy
    Batavia, IL 60510
  • Dennis Stepanek, MD

    Distance: 21.81 mi
    540 N Van Nortwick Ave
    Batavia, IL 60510
  • Anthony Tesmond, DO

    Distance: 22.5 mi
    501 S Grace St
    Addison, IL 60101
  • 100 Points

    Distance: 23.06 mi
    875 Roosevelt Road
    Suite 200
    Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
  • George Cooper, MD

    Distance: 23.97 mi
    1125 Lake Cook Rd
    Northbrook, IL 60062
  • Ibrahim Sadek, MD, IMG 100 Points

    Mid America Med Ctr
    Distance: 24.66 mi
    639 W North Ave
    Villa Park, IL 60181
  • Max Goldschmidt, MD

    Distance: 25.66 mi
    3333 Green Bay Rd
    North Chicago, IL 60064
  • Eileen Ruder, MD

    Distance: 30.81 mi
    935 Bonnie Brae Pl
    River Forest, IL 60305
  • Rockton Hitt, MD

    Mercy Sharon Medical Center - Sharon
    Distance: 32.16 mi
    118 Plain Street
    Sharon, WI 53585
  • Van Cura, MD

    Distance: 33.27 mi
    181 Scottswood Rd
    Riverside, IL 60546

Nearby Cities

Woodstock (12.99 mi)
Schaumburg (14.15 mi)
Saint Charles (17.39 mi)
Bloomingdale (18.07 mi)
Libertyville (19.25 mi)
Batavia (21.82 mi)
Winfield (22.09 mi)
Addison (22.51 mi)
Glen Ellyn (23.07 mi)
Northbrook (23.98 mi)
Lake Forest (24.09 mi)
Villa Park (24.67 mi)

Occupational Medicine Specialist Info

Occupational Medicine Specialist Summary:
An Occupational Doctor focuses on the prevention and management of injuries and illnesses in the workplace. If they do occur, then an Occupational Doctor will help the worker through rehabilitation so that they can get back to work faster. They also help to promote health and increase productivity of the workers. Occupational Doctors help educate both employers and employees on increasing morale and preventing re-injury.

Education and training: To become an Occupational Doctor, 4 years of medical school and a residency in occupational medicine are required. Many people who enter this profession come from careers such as surgery, rehabilitation and orthopedics.


Occupational Medicine Specialist FAQs:
What is an

Occupational Doctor

?
An Occupational Medicine Specialist studies the effects of the workplace on health. An Occupational Medicine Specialist deals with illness or injury related to the workplace.

What does Occupational Medicine include?
An Occupational Medicine Specialist specializes in injury prevention, industrial hygiene, epidemiology and toxicology.

Where does an Occupational Doctor work?
Occupational Medicine Specialists work in academic, clinical, government and industrial settings.

What are some services that they provide?
An Occupational Doctor provides services such as: in-office or on-site therapy, transitional work services, work simulation programs, prevention programs and return-to-work programs.

Who needs an Occupational Doctor?
Anyone who has suffered a work-related injury, such as a sprain, fracture, burn, or repetitive motion injury is in need of this specialist.

How do I find an Occupational Medicine Specialist in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate an Occupational Medicine Specialist in your state. Select Occupational Medicine Specialist from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate an Occupational Medicine Specialist in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need an Occupational Medicine Specialist in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Occupational Medicine Specialists in your city and state.


Occupational Medicine Specialist Related Terms:
occupational medicine, occupational medicine specialist, workplace safety, office safety, workplace injury prevention