History of IIC

The Irwindale Industrial Clinic story began in 1989 when doctors Jack, Joel, and their late father, Dr. Murray Feldsher, opened the doors of a small clinic on Irwindale Avenue. As a pioneer of occupational medicine, Dr. Murray created a new niche: the 24-hour medical clinic devoted exclusively to workplace injuries and wellness. Dr. Murray’s vision continues to inspire us today.

During the past 29 years, over 1,000 local employers have trusted our doctors and staff to deliver high quality medical care at significantly lower costs than our competition. This commitment to excellence has been the basis of the continuing growth of our practice, most recently culminating in the expansion to our brand new, state-of-the-art medical clinic on Arrow Highway.

In a recent four-year study of primary care providers in California, a major Workers Compensation Insurance Company found that Irwindale Industrial Clinic patients returned to work more quickly and at significantly lower cost than those treated at comparable facilities. (In many cases, our costs were 25-50% lower.)

Philosophy

Trained Staff

At Irwindale Industrial Clinic, every patient
receives personalized attention.

At Irwindale Industrial Clinic, treatment is based solely on each patients medical needs. We are not a large corporation, subject to rigid algorithms, protocols, and quotas; we are doctors and healthcare professionals. We do not order unnecessary and expensive medical tests, instead relying more on our clinical experience and physical examinations when developing treatment plans. Moreover, we refer far fewer patients to specialists than is typical for a primary care facility.

Our doctors and staff remain committed to Dr. Murray’s ideals of the highest quality medical care at the lowest possible cost.

Facilities

X-ray Tech
X-ray Tech
X-ray Tech
X-ray Tech

Irwindale Industrial Clinic is a modern, fully-equipped 13,000 sq. ft. facility featuring:

  • Surgery room for the treatment of all types of wounds and trauma, lacerations, burns, crush injuries and fractures.
  • State-of-the-art digital x-ray processing.
  • Promotron 3000 lift stimulator.
  • Casting and splinting facilities.
  • Slit-lamp microscope for the diagnosis and treatment of eye injuries.
  • Kidde cuff tourniquet for bloodless examination of complex wounds.
  • Computerized Spirometry for evaluation of lung function.
  • OSHA-approved hearing booth and audiometer.
  • Titmus occupational vision tester.
  • All necessary equipment for advanced cardiac life support, including defibrillator.
  • Nervepace electroneurometer (CTS Screening) for on-site nerve conduction studies.
  • Physical therapy department including Biodex and Nautilus exercise machines as well as variety of shoulder, knee, ankle and hand rehabilitation equipment.