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How to Become a Certified CDL Examiner


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Topics:
Clinical |  Legal |  Other
Faculty:
Dr. Clinton M Smith, DC
Duration:
52 Minutes



Description

Clinton M. Smith, DC, ME is a Federal Medical Examiner for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.  He has been providing physicals to the essential truck and school bus drivers since the early 1990s.  He was also one of twelve clinicians that developed the Federal training and testing material mandated for examiners to become certified in this powerful field of practice. He has trained in person or via his online training system over 10,000 examiners in all the medical fields.

 

The Illinois Chiropractic Society in cooperation with NRCME Training Systems, LLC will be providing an introductory one hour webinar exploring the “why’s and if’s” of becoming a certified examiner. Are you challenged in your practice?  Has musculoskeletal diagnosis and treatment kind of “worm-holed” you allowing your sharp training in general diagnosis to get a little rusty? 

 

  • Who can perform these exams?
  • What training do you need?
  • What kind of finding in drivers might you expect to uncover?
  • What kind of paperwork will you need to master?
  • How hard is the online training?
  • How hard is the Federal exam?
  • How do you market?
  • Where do you market?
  • How much can you charge?

 

This course was originally presented by Dr. Clinton (Marc) Smith on August 4, 2020, and sponsored by NRCME and Online Training Systems.

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Dr. Clinton Smith is a 1988 graduate of the National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Eastern Illinois University and Northern Illinois University for his undergraduate training. He specializes in lower back, neck and joint pain and has an interest in employer services to include DOT physicals, employee physical performance evaluations and drug testing.


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Overall:      4.3

Total Reviews: 167

Comments

Lance S - Robinson, Illinois

"Seemed like a 45 minute infomercial for his program"

Gary S - Macomb, Illinois

"no"

Petrina J - Carol Stream, Illinois

"none"

Thomas H - Glendale Heights, Illinois

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