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Find an AeroMedical Examiner (AME) for a flight physical
Show me the FAA medical standards
What is a medical certificate?
Congress Alarmed About Pilots Falsifying Medical Applications
Airman Certification (Part 61)
I need info about a specific condition or problem
I have blood pressure (hypertension) concerns
What are the types and duration of various medical certificates?
I'm Having Certification Problems
I need an Expert Witness / Consultant
I'm Hitting Turbulence-How can I expedite my medical certification
If my application for medical certification was denied - what recourse do I have?
Can I get my student pilot certificate at the same time I take my initial flight physical?
I had eye surgery, what do I need to do?
What does it cost to get a medical certificate?
Approaching Due Date
Tell me about the Sport Pilot designation
I had corrective eye surgery, what do I need to do?
How do I contact the FAA directly about an Aeromedical Certification Issue?
Which Medications are Approved for Pilots?
I have Blood Pressure (Hypertension) Concerns?
Who must hold a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Medical Certificate?
Who can fly without an FAA Medical Certificate?
Who is eligible to get a medical certificate?
What are the minimum and maximum ages for obtaining a medical certificate?
I have some minor medical problems and would like to find out whether or not they will create difficulties when I go to get my medical certificate. Who could I contact in order to get further information about my situation?
I had lens implants, what should I do?
Is a pilot required to report to the FAA that he or she has undergone LASIK or other laser eye surgery to correct vision?
What happens if I get my medical certificate and then I have some sort of medical problem that develops before the certificate expires? Do I have to report it and do I have to ground myself?
|Airman who need to get in touch with the FAA Medical Certification desk can use their direct phone number: (405) 954-4821|
The information provided on the FlightPhysical.com is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a pilot and his/her Aeromedical Examiner. Many of the FAA medical standards are eligible for waiver consideration and all must be interpreted by the physician before a fitness for flight recommendation is transmitted to the FAA.