Press: DOT Physical Exam Vision Requirements Article Released

Orlando DOT Physical Provider Workflow Employer Services Owner Dr. Brad Levine Publishes New Article Outlining the DOT Physical Exam Vision Requirements

Dr. Brad Levine, Orlando Chiropractor and owner at Workflow Employer Services releases new article reviewing the vision requirements for the DOT physical exam.

Altamonte Springs, FL — July 10, 2016 — Workflow Employer Services owner and Orlando area chiropractor Dr. Brad Levine recently published a new article on his website “Can You See Clearly Now? The DOT Physical Exam and Vision Requirements.”

Dr. Levine begins the article by reminding commercial drivers that no matter the DOT physical location you choose, vision test requirements will be the same. He then gives those specific requirements to the reader.

From there, he steps into a definition of monocular vision and why it’s not acceptable. As he says, “With this type of correction, however, the eye with the lens for distance is slightly blurry when seeing up close. The eye corrected for near vision is blurry when looking at distant objects. Yet, together, they improve the person’s sight both near and far away. Though this sounds kind of confusing and difficult to get accustomed to, the eyes actually make the adjustment fairly easily and pretty quickly.”

Next, Dr. Levine covers contact lenses and Laski vision correction surgery as they relate to DOT physical vision requirements.

The entire article can be found here:

Workflow Employer Services has two DOT physical locations in Orlando and Altamonte Springs. Both locations offer same day DOT physicals and CDL medical exams along with employee drug testing services. Both DOT physical locations are bilingual and accept DOT physical exam walk-ins.