Workers Injury in Labor Industries
At our clinic, we understand that workplace injuries can be devastating, both physically and financially. That’s why we offer specialized rehabilitation services to help the injured worker return to work quickly and safely.
Our Approach: Our workers injury program is led by experienced physical therapists who have extensive knowledge and training in workplace-related injuries and rehabilitation. We take a comprehensive approach to treatment, combining manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercises, and job-specific training to help injured workers get back to their optimal level of function.
Our Services: We offer a range of workers injury rehabilitation services to meet the needs of injured workers in labor industries, including:
Injury Assessment and Treatment: Our physical therapists will conduct a thorough assessment of your injury and develop a personalized treatment plan to help you recover as quickly and safely as possible.
Rehabilitation Exercises: We offer a variety of exercises and techniques to help improve strength, flexibility, balance, and range of motion, all of which can help injured workers recover from injuries and get back to work.
Job-Specific Training: Our team can help injured workers develop the skills and techniques needed for their specific job, helping them to perform safely and effectively.
Return-to-Work Testing: We offer comprehensive testing to determine when an injured worker is ready to return to work after an injury, ensuring that they are able to perform safely and effectively.
Worksite Analysis and Modification: We work with employers to analyze worksites and identify potential hazards, and offer solutions to help prevent future workplace injuries.
Our workers injury rehabilitation program can treat a wide range of workplace injuries, including sprains, strains, fractures, overuse injuries, and repetitive motion injuries.
The duration of recovery can vary depending on the type and severity of the injury. However, many injured workers experience significant improvement within 6-8 weeks of starting workers injury rehabilitation.
No, after a claim is open and approved by your attending physician. You may consult with that physician to determine if physical therapy is appropriate for your injury. If it is and you have a PT clinic that you prefer, you may request to attend that clinic for your rehabilitation.
Once your claim is open and approved by your attending physician, the nature of your injury will determine if rehabilitation is appropriate for you. You and your physician will discuss your options and if physical therapy is an option discussed then they will initiate a referral to physical therapy. Physical therapy clinics can vary in skills and treatment approaches and your physician will be an excellent source to best match you a clinic that is the most experienced with your condition.