At Action Physical Therapy, we have substantial amount of experiencing working with Worker’s Compensation Injuries.
Work-Related Injuries and Treatment
Injured on the Job? Action Physical Therapy specializes in Work-Related Injuries
Many employees can sustain injuries at the work place. At Action Physical Therapy we have substantial amount of experiencing working with work-related injuries and dealing with worker’s compensation claims. Maybe you had a fall, trauma to your neck or back, fracture, overuse injury, no matter what your condition is we are here to help. If you are seeking medical care for work related injuries and treatment, our team is here to devise a plan of care for you to ensure your safe return to work in a timely manner. We understand your health is important and injury can impact your ability to work, our job is to allow you to return to your optimum potential with the best care possible.
Treatment Options for Injuries Sustained While At The Work Place
Serious workplace injuries are more common than you actually think. Statistics show that every year millions of workers in the United States suffer serious work-related injuries. Most of the injuries are random incidents that can happen to anyone at any time. Furthermore, the risk of these injuries can differ from one working field to another because it depends on the industry, as well as the company. For example, a cubicle worker in an IT firm is going to face different risks than an assembly line worker in an auto manufacturing plant. However, one thing is common; the employee is responsible for themselves when it comes to taking caution during their job performance, while the employer is obligated to ensure a safe work environment.
What are the most common work-related injuries?
Some of the most common work injuries are repetitive motion injuries, machine entanglement, vehicle accidents, falling object injuries, falling from height injuries, slipping/tripping, and overexertion injuries, to name a few. Unfortunately, many doctors don’t treat workers compensation claims because they need a detailed understanding of the laws and special documentation of the care procedures. Luckily, however, that’s not the case with us; we’re experts in documentation and treatment of workers compensation claims.
How Can Outpatient Physical Therapy Help?
Most of these injuries are related to joints, bones, muscles, and nerves. More than half of all work-related injuries include the spine. Our comprehensive rehabilitation program includes treating acute and chronic conditions that result from different work-related injuries.
Our goals are to return the injured worker back to work as soon as possible with the help of an individualized therapy and to assist case managers and risk/safety managers in reducing lost days. At Action Physical Therapy, we understand what you’re are going through, and that’s why we are your coach for your successful return to work.
According to your input, we will develop a treatment plan designed for the condition you’re in. From preventative steps to post-injury treatment and safe return to work duties, we will provide a comprehensive approach in order to ensure overall satisfaction for each of our clients.
Oftentimes, an injury at work can impede your job performance, which is why you must follow a rehabilitation program that provides both cautious and aggressive approach to getting you back to work in a short time and at a high-performance level.
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