This important guidebook tells pilots everything they need to know about getting their medical certification: What's required, what can go wrong in medical examinations, and how to deal with the FAA to get one's medical certificate back. These are all questions Aviation Medical Examiner Reinhart answers in clear and practical terms. His book provides pilots with the medical and administrative tools to protect their health and medical certification for as long as possible.
Updated to reflect current (1996) changes in the regulations for FAA medical certification standards, this unique handbook explains how to avoid unnecessary denials or delayed certification and discusses the development of a personal health maintenance program. Valuable in a crisis, the book nonetheless emphasizes the benefits and practicalities of keeping healthy. Dr. Reinhart shows how apathy toward health actually increases the risk of denial of medical certification. His advice will help all aviators, professional and amateur alike, to stay physically and psychologically safe and sound. Also includes an abstracted version of the Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners.
Widely recommended and consulted, this award-winning guidebook is the necessary resource for any pilot.
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.94(w) x 8.96(h) x 0.55(d)|