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We specialize in all FAA Physicals & are available for consults for special situations

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EKG’s

An EKG can be used to further investigate symptoms related to heart problems. EKGs are quick, safe, painless, and inexpensive tests that are routinely performed if a heart condition is suspected.

Opening Hours

  • Monday – Friday
    8:30am – 2:30pm
  • Saturday by Appointment

We specialize in all FAA Physicals & are available for consults for special situations

COVID NOTAM:


This office is COVID-19 Compliant. We follow all COVID-19 requirements bring a mask if it makes you feel more comfortable.

NEW PILOTS


Before you can complete a flight physical, you need to complete the online Form 8500-8 (APPLICATION FOR AIRMAN MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OR AIRMAN MEDICAL & STUDENT PILOT CERTIFICATE).

BRING PAPER COMPLETED FORM FROM MEDXPRESS WITH CONFIRMATION NUMBER FOR THE VISIT


This form can be found at https://medxpress.faa.gov/medxpress/

VETERAN PILOTS

veteran pilots, be sure to schedule your flight physical well in advance of your license expiration date.  It may help keep your blood pressure in an acceptable range

FAA Medical Certification Assistance

Do you have a pressing medical issue or concern requiring immediate attention for regaining your certification? Have you recently been diagnosed with or experienced:
By-pass surgery, angioplasty or stent placement

Heart attack or angina, pacemaker or valve replacement
-Cancer
-Kidney stones
-Sleep apnea
-Loss of consciousness
-for depression
-DUIs or DWIs

These are just a few conditions of a list that goes on and on. Our physicians have managed virtually all medical situations and conditions requiring FAA notification and/or certification.

Who We Are

Meet Lance Maki

Lance Maki MD first entered the aerospace world in 1973 when he started Undergraduate Pilot Training at Vance AFB Oklahoma.
He went on to fly the KC-135A, C-131, T-37 as an aircraft commander and finally was a T-38 IP (PIT) and aerospace physiologist at Shepard AFB, Texas. He attended Texas Tech Medical School and did his residency in OBGyn at Wright Patterson AFB/ Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. During his Air Force career, he maintained his interest in aviation as a USAF flight surgeon in addition to delivering babies and doing surgery. After retiring from the military he primarily has been involved with women’s care but also has been doing wellness medicine for both men and women.

  • He is a member of AOPA and the Daedalians.

  • He attended La Mirada High School, Ca

  • did his undergraduate studies at Cal State Fullerton and has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.

CACI Conditions

Conditions AMEs Can Issue (CACI) is a series of conditions which allow AMEs to regular issue if the applicant meets the parameters of the CACI Condition Worksheet. The worksheets provide detailed instructions to the examiner and outline condition-specific requirements for the applicant.

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