Why you Should Consider Chiropractic Care
After a Work-Related Injury
The chiropractors at Spine and Injury Associates located throughout central Florida are your source for pain management care after a work-related injury.
Common Workplace Injuries
A work injury can occur in a single injury or develop over a long period. Whether it’s from a fall or other accident of repetitive motions, our chiropractors and staff are here to aid you in getting back to work and ensure you have the information you need for workers comp. Some common workplace injuries are:
- Tendonitis of the wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee, or other joints that occur due to chronic overuse
- Neck or back strain caused by awkward work postures. This can include “text neck” that occurs among users of mobile devices or too-low computer monitors
- Carpal tunnel syndrome – often related to extended hours of writing, typing, or moussing under less than ideal ergonomic situations, carpal tunnel syndrome is a debilitating compression of the median nerve caused by inflammation of the tissues in the wrist
- Pinched nerves that may radiate pain, tingling, numbness, and various other symptoms to the upper or lower extremities.
The Value Workers Comp Doctor
Every state except for Texas requires an employer to all employers to carry worker’s compensation coverage. Unless you provide work for a sole proprietor or a partner in an LLC, you are entitled to financial compensation for your lost wages and medical care. However, workers comp can be denied due to incomplete or improper work injury treatment or documentation.
The chiropractors at Spine and Injury Associates evaluate your neurological and/or musculoskeletal symptoms by using the latest in diagnostics to provide an accurate diagnosis of your condition.
While financial compensation is needed after receiving comp treatment from our doctors, the physical benefits of pain management ensure you heal faster and get back to your regular activities as quickly as possible.
Our doctors provide a non-invasive and drug-free solution to your work-related injury that allows you to return to work with sharp reflexes and a clear mind.
To learn more about work injury treatment at Spine and Injury Associates call us today at 407-434-PAIN (7246) or visit one of our Central Florida offices.