Schedule a DOT Physical in Moline, IL

Obtain Your CDL in the Quad Cities

Did you know that in order to receive your commercial driver's license (CDL), you're required to obtain a DOT physical, performed by a certified medical examiner? You don't have to search far and wide for your DOT medical exam in Moline, IL. Ade Medical Group is just the place to turn to. Our certified practitioner serving the Quad Cities meets the qualifications to complete your exam form without a hitch.

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What you can expect

Because DOT medical exams determine if someone can safely operate a commercial motor vehicle, it's essential that we leave no stone unturned during your physical.

You can expect us to ask questions like:

  • Have you been in the hospital or ER in the last year?
  • Have you had surgery in the last five years?
  • Do you wear glasses, contacts or use hearing aids?
  • Do you take any current medications?
  • Do you have a history of strokes or seizures?
These are just a few of the questions you can expect to answer at Ade Medical Group in Moline, IL. Talk with us today to schedule your DOT physical in the Quad Cities.

Note that failure to provide necessary documentation may result in you not being certified for driving at the time you are seen.


See some common questions and answers below.

The DOT information is as follows:

A DOT Examination is utilized to evaluate whether a driver is healthy enough to operate a commercial motor vehicle. Drivers are required to obtain a Department of Transportation physical by a Certified Medical Examiner who is a member of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) National Registry (NCRME).

Our certified practitioner meets the specifications and is qualified to complete your DOT physical exam form. During your DOT physical, we will review your medical history and ask you to list the medications you take on a regular basis.

DOT Physicals should never be a replacement for annual wellness exams.

Certified Medical Examiners are responsible for determining medical fitness for duty, not diagnosing and treating medical conditions.

Remember that national criteria are put into place to determine who should or should not be certified, so if you are disqualified at one facility for a CDL physical, you will not be able to go elsewhere and become certified.

If you have ANY health conditions, take any daily medications, have been in the hospital or ER over the last year, have had surgery in the last 5 years, wear glasses or contacts or use hearing aid(s), please ensure you read the information listed below and come to your appointment prepared.

If you have a history of MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION, HEART ATTACK, PACEMAKER, STENTS, ANGINA, CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE, IRREGULAR HEART RHYTHM, ANEURYSM, or other HEART DISEASE, please request this critical information from your cardiologist prior to your visit. If you have had an EKG within the last two years, bring a copy of that to your visit. You may need an EKG at the time of your visit; the charge for this is not included in the DOT physical charge.

If you have DIABETES, please ensure you contact the physician who manages your condition and have him/her fill out all critical information pertaining to your treatment, prior to your visit. We will need a copy of your blood sugar log and your most recent (within 6 months) hemoglobin A1C value.

If you are currently using insulin, please visit the FMCSA Diabetes Standard Webinar and complete the Insulin-Treated Diabetes Mellitus Assessment Form, MCSA-5870 prior to your DOT examination.

If you have a history of STROKE, TIA, SEIZURE, or TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY please ensure you contact your neurologist prior to your visit. Bring any additional important information to your appointment.

If you have a diagnosis of ADD or ADHD or take a daily stimulant, ensure you contact the provider managing your condition and obtain updated information regarding your current treatment plan.

If you have SLEEP APNEA: bring a letter from the physician managing your stating your condition is stable and does not pose any risk to driving. This must include the date of your last visit and must be current within one year. If you are on CPAP, you must bring in a current use log, showing compliance from the past 3 months. You can have the company that manages your CPAP machine prepare this log for you. If you had surgery for correction of sleep apnea, you must bring a letter from the surgeon noting the condition is resolved. This should include the date you were last seen by them and your weight at that visit.

If you have chronic pain or additional medical issues, please ensure you bring your most recent medication list and any documentation from your treating physician indicating the reason you are taking the medication.