Occupational Medicine in Perris, California (CA)

Roman A. Shulze DO

Occupational Medicine


  • 2226 Medical Center Dr, #101
    Perris, California, 92571 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 5722 Bellflower Blvd.
    Lakewood, California, 90713 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 5345 Irwindale Ave.
    Irwindale, California, 91706 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 10900 Warner Ave., #121
    Fountain Valley, California, 92708 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
    1717 E. Lincoln Ave
    Anaheim, California, 92805 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 1171 Railroad St., #101
    Corona, California, 92882 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 7052 Orangewood Ave., #6
    Garden Grove, California, 92841 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 16702 Valley View Ave.
    La Mirada, California, 90638 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 754 N. Mountain Ave.
    Ontario, California, 91762 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740
  • 28991 Old Town Front St., #104
    Temecula, California, 92590 - United States
    Phone: (714) 367-8740

About Our Practice

Dr. Shulze specializes in Occupational Medicine and Family practice. Having obtained his Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry at California State University, Fullerton, he attended the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree in 2000. Following medical school he began his internship at the University of Southern California’s Multi-site Family Medicine Program. Completing the three year residency, Dr. Shulze was board certified in Family Medicine in 2003.

During his training at USC, Dr. Shulze practiced at the University Clinic. In addition to being a full service family medicine clinic, it also provided urgent care services and was the industrial health center for the LA County/USC Healthcare system. The University Clinic also provided all student health services to the Health Sciences Campus students. During residency, Dr. Shulze was an active physician in USC’s Center for Athletic Medicine. As the team physician for multiple local high schools, he provided side-line and post-game medical care for injured athletes. He was also an instructor in the Introduction to Clinical Medicine workshops, where he worked with medical students in various stages of training. He greatly enjoyed both of these activities and has been an active clinical preceptor for the Western University of Health Sciences.

In his final year of training, during a trip to his native Germany, he developed an interest in alternative and integrative medicine, which is much more prevalent in Europe. After clinical work with a physician at the UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine, Dr. Shulze pursued this approach to medicine by establishing an Integrative Medicine practice within the Santa Fe Springs Wellness Center. Ultimately Dr. Shulze went on to become board certified by the American Board of Holistic Medicine. This background has been exceedingly useful for him in all aspects of his practice as more and more patients are using herbal medicines and other alternative therapies. Dr. Shulze feels that a good understanding of these therapies and their potential benefits and risks, especially when used in conjunction with traditional western medicine, is the key to helping patients achieve their goal of wellness.

After leaving Santa Fe Springs, Dr. Shulze joined a more traditional practice which consisted of Occupational Medicine and Family Practice in Orange County. Here he enjoyed forming strong relationships with the local employers and managing all the aspects of occupational medicine. The clinic’s structure and ability to see private patients lent itself well to providing the best care for the local employees. Whether a work related injury or non-industrial illness, the patients were able to come to one clinic and receive prompt care with little to no wait. In addition, for those patients interested in alternative therapies, Dr. Shulze was able to counsel them and recommend appropriate integrative care. During this time he also attained certification as a Medical Review Officer (MRO) as well as a Qualified Medical Examiner (QME) for the state of California.

In 2007 Dr. Shulze joined First Care Industrial Medicine Centers of Healthpointe Medical Group, Inc. His goal is to continue to provide exceptional occupational medicine services and continue his integrative practice promoting safety and wellness in the work place and the home environment. He plans to become more involved with the Wilderness Medical Society and hopes to find time to devote to camping, mountain biking, surfing, and diving. Dr. Shulze enjoys treating patients of all types and continues to share his love for sports and healthy living.

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Roman A. Shulze DO has 10 locations.

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