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Posted on 05-21-2016

Arizona Chiropractor Addresses Work Injuries

Phoenix Arizona Chiropractor Dr. Mike Crismon

After experiencing an injury at work, it is important to follow the proper procedures. Not only is this necessary to protect your job and your financial security, but it is also essential for your health. To that end, here are some things that you can expect to happen if you are injured at work.

Make a Report

Arizona ChiropractorClearly, the first thing you should do if you are injured is to seek medical help. Once you are stabilized, you should then report the incident to a supervisor and obtain a written report. This way, you have documented evidence that the injury took place at work. Be sure to file a report with your supervisor right away in order to ensure you do not lose any legal rights due to statute of limitations.

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Choosing a Doctor

According to the law, you have the right to select any qualified doctor to be your treating doctor. This means you are not required to use a company doctor to treat your injuries. Some restrictions can be placed on using an Arizona chiropractor, so make sure your doctor has the proper credentials if you choose to go this route. At Advanced Spine & Rehab, we have a variety of medical professionals on staff, which means you will have no problem finding a doctor who is qualified to treat workplace injuries. 

Filing for Workers’ Compensation

If you are injured at work, you can file a workers’ compensation claim to cover your expenses. Be sure to keep a copy of the claim for your records.

If you are looking for an Arizona chiropractor or medical doctor to assist with your workplace injury, contact Advanced Spine & Rehab. We will be happy to assist you with your health and medical needs

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