National Network of DOT Medical Examiner
Sunrise Chiropractic LLC
Driver Helpful DOT Physical Exams in Farmington, New Mexico
Sunrise Chiropractic LLC
Beth Davis, DC, National Registry Certified Medical Examiner
Contact Number(505) 324-2080
Hours of OperationMon, Wed-Sat: 9:00am-5:00pm; Tues: 9:00am-8:00pm
- DOT Physical Exam for Commercial Drivers (CDL Physical Exam)
- School Bus Physicals
- DOT Alcohol Testing
- DOT Drug Testing
- DOT Random Drug Testing Programs
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.
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BiographyBeth Davis, DC, National Registry Certified Medical Examiner, has been in practice since 1982 and opened Sunrise Chiropractic in 2009 in Farmington, NM where she performs DOT Physical Exams and CDL Physicals for commercial drivers.
Dr. Beth Davis, graduated in April 1982 from Cleveland Chiropractic College, Los Angeles, California receiving her Doctorate Degree in Chiropractic and her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. In June 2007 she became licensed in New Mexico as a Chiropractic Physician. She performs CDL and or DOT physical examinations, with or without Drug Screening. Dr. Beth Davis is also a Breath Alcohol Technician. She taught at Cleveland Chiropractic College and Los Angeles College of Chiropractic for over 10 years as an Associate Professor in Manipulative Techniques. In addition, she supervised interns in their Clinic experience and worked with the research department on many projects validating chiropractic manipulation and lower back pain. She wrote two books published for each of the two colleges on manipulative therapies. Thoracic Mobilization Procedures published in 1989 and Adjustive Procedures Thoracic, Cervical and Upper Extremities published in 1991. Both of her books were used as a teaching manual's for students. She taught as an adjunct professor locally Anatomy, Physiology and Biology at San Juan Community College.
Since 1982, Dr. Beth Davis has been practicing on chiropractic on pets. She, along with several colleagues, successfully used chiropractic procedures to treat seeing-eye dogs from the Braille Institute of Southern California. The procedures are rooted in eastern medical techniques that treat pressure and trigger points to relieve bodily ailments. Dr. Beth Davis has treated dogs of all sizes, from a Bullmastiff to Teacup Chihuahua. The procedures do no cause discomfort or pain to the animal. All procedures must be performed under the supervision of an accredited veterinarian. Animals other than dogs can greatly vary from chiropractic therapy as well.
NRCME Number: 8458262146