Occupational Medicine Services
Businesses today face many obstacles and challenges. Providing excellent occupational health services for employees shouldn't be one of them. We deliver proven solutions for companies to prevent or reduce injuries, maintain compliance, mitigate claim expenses, and deliver medical care for injured employees in a timely and cost-sensitive manner. Our occupational health services can help you avoid the pitfalls many companies make and allow you to be a successful employee health advocate for your organization.
We hope your employees never experience a work-related injury, but if they do, we are here to help.
Place your trust in our services that have been the first choice for many small and large businesses. I am proud to serve the greater St. Louis area.
Dr. Webb has been a healthcare professional since 2001. Initially practicing as a chiropractic physician, he began a very successful set of practices and was able to help countless people. Today, as a medical doctor, Dr. Webb focuses on occupational medicine and assisting businesses with employee injury evaluation and management, independent medical evaluations (IMEs), post-offer/pre-employment clearance exams, occupational (OSHA) risk reduction, DOT exams, and helps employees return to work quickly with over 20 years of workers compensation experience. Currently, Dr. Webb is a licensed medical doctor in Missouri and a licensed chiropractic physician in Missouri and Kentucky.
Occupational medicine (also known as “occupational health”) is focused on the evaluation and treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses. Physicians, like Dr. Webb, trained in and concentrating on occupational medicine, diagnose and treat work-related injuries much more effectively than most primary care physicians. They’re up-to-date on federal and state regulations for workforce health and safety, including Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), so they can make the best treatment plans and perform regulatory examinations. Occupational medicine physicians often work directly with employers, case managers, or insurance companies to keep businesses running and employees safe and healthy on the job. Dr. Webb also perform EKGs, urine drug screens, spirometry testing, and blood/laboratory work on site.
We commonly see work related injuries such as; low back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, foot and ankle pain, hand pain or numbness, crush injuries, chemical exposure, lacerations, vision and hearing deficits, work-related breathing issues, concussion/mild TBIs, post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) - "long COVID", and much more.
Dr. Webb's focus is on preventive measures to reduce occupational injuries and exposures common in many industries. He provides clinical and consultation services for persons with occupational and environmental illnesses and conditions, including communicable disease prevention and control, chemical exposures and worker's compensation cases. Services include expert clinical employee health services, pre-placement and periodic exams, medical surveillance exams and case management for workers with work-related conditions. Also offered are comprehensive independent medical evaluations and medical review officer (MRO) services. His experience and training make him an expert in occupational medicine, independent medical examinations (IMEs), disability and impairment ratings, and workers compensation care.
Regents College – Albany, NY
BS - Bachelor of Science, Biology
Chiropractic Doctorate Education:
Sherman Chiropractic College – Spartanburg, SC
DC - Doctor of Chiropractic
Ross University – Miramar, FL
School of Medicine
MD - Doctor of Medicine
Davenport University – Grand Rapids, MI
Sneeden Business School
MBA - Master of Business Administration,
Rutgers University – Piscataway, NJ
School of Public Health
MPH - Master of Public Health, Epidemiology
(Magna Cum Laude)
Harvard University – Cambridge, MA
MLA – Master of Language Arts, Biotechnology
Excellence in Occupational Medicine
The Cutting Edge
Medical diagnosis and treatment innovations continue to yield new and exciting advancing in how we deliver healthcare. Our new state-of-the-art medical office in St. Louis brings occupational health, urgent care/walk-in worker injury clinic, imaging (X-ray, US), physical therapeutics, and the highest quality workers' compensation care under one roof.
Our facilities provide 360 degrees of comprehensive care, with a practice that is trusted to care for employees in the greater St. Louis area.
Management of Injuries
A Comprehensive Approach
John Webb, MD works closely with clients to make sure the business and their workers know how to use our services effectively. We schedule medical center tours for new clients, and our clinicians can visit your work site to identify the workplace conditions that may impact treatment plans and return-to-work.
Communications and reporting are essential for a successful occupational medicine program. Dr. Webb communicates patient treatment status with all key stakeholders—employer, payor, employee, and clinicians—to provide organizations with the information you need to keep their business running smoothly.
Workers Compensation Process Administration
A great patient experience can be the deciding factor between patient disability and recovery. Dr. Webb's return-to-work philosophy is built upon objective insights driven by clinical expertise in occupational medicine. Patient treatment is focused on early intervention, which promotes activity and physical therapy to avoid medically unnecessary disability and get patients back to function, faster.
As a trained occupational medicine expert, Dr. Webb understands the legal and health implications of workers compensation claims. This relationship is vital for successful outcomes on all fronts.