Work Injuries & The Injured Employee
Injuries on the job sometimes include: headaches, neck pain, back injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle strains, and postural syndromes. Injuries that are occupationally related and not treated will continue to worsen, particularly if the same activity or repetitive motion of the injury is not discontinued. Our office treats many patients that suffer from these conditions and delivers effective treatment plans to get you back to work as quickly as possible. Diminishing pain and returning our patients to normal function is of primary importance.
We recognize that work injuries have special needs, especially when dealing with your employer and worker’s compensation insurance companies. You can relax knowing that we will handle all the necessary paperwork and documentation for your work related injury in an efficient and timely manner.
Have a Work Injury? Notify!
It is important that an employee notify the employer as soon as possible following an injury or after an injury has developed, especially if the employee feels his injury is work related. The sooner the employee reports the work injury to the employer, the greater the chance the claim will be valid.
Our providers specialize in treating patients who suffer from headaches, neck pain, lower back pain, carpal tunnel, nerve pain, arthritis pain and other chronic pain. We deliver effective pain relief for patients involved in workers compensation injuries, including physical therapy, chiropractic and pain management to get you back to work as quickly as possible. Workmans compensation injuries are best treated in a pain clinic with pain a specialist, chiropractors, physical therapists and pain management doctors. Treatment for problems resulting from a work injury respond best by combining the expertise of a pain specialist, chiropractor and pain doctor.