National Network of DOT Medical Examiner
Wheeler Ridge Testing Center
DOT PHYSICAL in Lebec, California
Wheeler Ridge Testing Center
James E. Alvis, D.C. NRCME
Contact Number(818) 359-3081
Hours of OperationTuesday & Thursday 1p.m. to p.m.
- DOT Medical Exam for Commercial Truck Drivers (CDL Physical Exam)
- CDL Driver Physicals
- School Bus Driver Physicals
- DOT and Non-DOT Drug Screens
- DOT physical examination
Random drug testing
Consortium set up
Our Priority is to the Driver!
We Perform Driver Helpful® DOT Physical Exams to Assist in Obtaining a CDL Medical Card.
Pass Your DOT Medical Exam!We know how important it is that you maintain a current CDL medical card. With extensive knowledge of the exam requirements, we will guide you through so you can Keep on Truckin'.
What is a Driver Helpful® DOT Physical Exam?Helping drivers is what we do. We know the medical requirements and we are interested in helping the driver maintain their livelihood. When needed, we steer drivers with medical conditions thru the requirements so they maintain a current CDL medical card.
Need your DOT Physical Exam Today?Give us a call! We are committed to getting you back on the road in no time.
BiographyI grew up in a military family. As a kid, I grew up constantly moving around the world with my mother and father who served our country 30 years in the U.S. Air Force and was a veteran of WWII. My college education was temporarily interrupted by the Viet Nam War draft. I chose to enlist in the U.S. Air Force and served 4 years. During my tour, I was sent to the Defense Language Institute at the Presidio of Monterey, California. There I received my training as a Czechoslovakian Linguist/Interrogator Specialist. After that I was transferred to Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas. There I became certified as a Cryptologist. I spent the rest of my tour flying in an AWAC plane monitoring military radio broadcasts for U.S. Intelligence. After I was discharged I stayed in Germany for a couple of years working in a civil service job at the U.S. Army Post in Augsburg. Then I came back to the U.S. to finish college. I graduated with a B.S. Degree in Clinical Psychology from East Tennessee State University. Then I decided to return to California in 1976 and have lived here ever since. I suffered a sports injury a couple of years later. Traditional medical treatment wasn't helping me get better and after ten months of that a friend introduced me to chiropractic care. The outcome of that experience encouraged me so much that I wanted to help others in the same way I was helped. So I became a chiropractor. I enjoy helping others and during the course of my practice I treated a number of commercial truck drivers. My cousin had been a commercial trucker and I became interested in working with them.
NRCME Number: 4531487562