Minnesota Occupational Health (MOH) has three occupational medicine clinics where we partner with employers & workers to treat and manage work-related injuries. MOH strives to provide comprehensive Workers Compensation Injury Care utilizing a sports medicine model for the industrial athlete. Our overall goal in treating and managing work injuries is to help injured workers remain mobile, active and productive.
MOH also performs medical physicals including DOT exams, Hazmat exams, FAA pilot and air traffic controller exams, firefighter exams, law enforcement exams, immigration physicals and others. Physicians and insurers refer patients to MOH for Functional Capacity Exams (FCE) and Fitness for Duty exams (FFD) as well. All MOH providers are FMCSA registered and several are flight surgeons.
The Eagan MOH Work Performance Center performs FCE’s and post-offer/pre-placement functional testing that is job specific based upon the essential functional demands of a given job defined by the Job Task Analysis and is performed by MOH occupational therapists. MOH OT’s also train and consult on workplace ergonomics (office, manufacturing, transportation, etc.) and the creation of functional job descriptions used in functional testing. The MOH Work Performance Center also accepts physician referrals for work conditioning to rebuild the strength, balance and stamina of individuals who have become deconditioned following significant medical events. Additionally, all three MOH clinics offer isokinetic testing utilizing Cost Recovery Technologies (CRT) equipment which generates an aggregated strength test score for employers.