The initial presentation of any physical / musculoskeletal issue requires an evaluation be performed, by your physician, to establish eligibility for FAA medical certification.  This includes but is not limited to:

  • Surgical Procedures
  • Pain
  • Weakness
  • Paralysis
  • Motion Coordination
  • Limited Range of Motion or Functionality
  • The regular use of pain or anti-inflammatory medications.
  • Active disease of bones and joints
  • Ankylosis, curvature, or other marked deformity of the spinal column sufficient to interfere with the performance of airman duties
  • Intervertebral Disc Surgery
  • Musculoskeletal effects of: Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy Myasthenia Gravis, or Myopathies
  • Symptomatic herniation of intervertebral disc
  • Other disturbances of musculoskeletal function, acquired or congenital, sufficient to interfere with the performance of airman duties or likely to progress to that degree

FAA evaluations must be accomplished in compliance with FAA requirements.  In many cases, Aviation Medical Examiners (AME’s) cannot approve certification and will defer the application to Oklahoma City FAA. The deferral process usually takes 4-6 months without our service.

We can help!

We work directly with your physicians and the FAA to assure compliance with FAA protocols and to resolve complex aeromedical certification issues quickly.

Contact us at 800-699-4457 or via E-Mail to confidentially discuss
the details of your case and
to establish your eligibility for FAA medical certification.

There is no charge for an initial consultation.

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Contact us at 1-800-699-4457 or by email here
to confidentially discuss your FAA medical issues.