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From the front desk to our medical staff, the friendly team at Multi-Care Medical and Rehabilitation Clinics are dedicated to providing all your medical, chiropractic and rehabilitation needs in one convenient location.  We specialize in treating musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, hip pain, and more. Auto accidents can be a hassle to deal with but our doctors and staff can assist you with filing your auto accident claims for medical care and treatment. We work with workers compensation and auto accident claims adjustors every day and we know how to help you file the paperwork necessary to get your claim going. Multi-Care Medical Clinics combine a multidisciplinary practice that involves the expertise of Medical Doctors, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists and Rehab Therapists, in addition to a well-trained support staff. We can take care of your every need when you suffer a work or auto injury. We can help you with medications, injections, rehab therapy, chiropractic adjustments, and more depending on the severity of your injury. For employers, our occupational medical department utilizes a streamlined medical approach geared toward quality care, reliable communication with both employee and employer, safe and timely return to work with OSHA standards and awareness. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment with us call (432) 580-3700 today!

Multi-Care Medical and rehab clinics offers the following services on site:

Occupational Medicine Services

  • Work related injury care
  • Digital X-Ray system onsite
  • Human Performance Evaluations
  • DOT Exams

Drug Testing Services

  • Non DOT/Non-Nida
  • Rapid Screening
  • Blood Alcohol Testing
  • Hair Testing
  • Random Consortium
  • Blood Testing (Companies Only)
  • 24/7 post accident and reasonable suspicion testing for clients exclusive to MultiCare Occupational Medicine

Exams and Physicals

  • Annual/Executive/Insurance
  • School Pre Participation Sports Physicals
  • DOT (Commercial License)
  • Fitness/Return for Duty
  • Pre-Employment/Post Offer

Human Performance Evaluation: A comprehensive program that takes a complex approach to an individual's ability and the physical demands of the individual's job. Ability and demand are then compared for compatibility. Employers now can determine ahead of time if the worker has the range of motion, endurance, and strength to safely perform the physical demands of the job they are being hired to perform. For more information regarding Multicare Medical Occupational Medicine Department please email us or call (432) 580-3700 to receive personalized answers to your questions from our friendly team.We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones

MultiCare Occupational Medicine

850 Tower Drive suite 104
Odessa, Texas  79761
(432) 580-3700

3409 Andrews Hwy
Midland, TX 79703

Meet Dr. Gonzales

  • Dr.
    Frank Gonzales

    Dr. Gonzales has been freeing people from pain since 2001 in his clinic in Odessa and Midland, TX. As a Chiropractor with experience, our professionals are committed to promoting the health and well being of his patients. Read More


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  • "This place has amazing drs. That really know there practice."
    - James T. / Odessa, TX