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Posted on 03-23-2017
Following an injury at work, it is important to seek medical treatment right away. Not only does this help improve your chances of a full recovery, but it also helps to build a case that your symptoms are related to a work injury. Establishing that the symptoms are associated with the workplace injury is an essential part of getting the proper compensation for your injuries. At Advanced Spine & Rehab, we specialize in helping patients who have experience a work-related injury. Not only will we help you with treating your injuries, but we will also work closely with you to help you receive the proper compensation from your employer.
After being injured, many people have the tendency to try to “tough it out” rather than receiving treatment. Not only is this a mistake in terms of your health, but it is also a mistake in terms of building a case with your employer. As your treating doctor, we can help you establish that your injuries are work-related while also properly determining the nature and scope of the treatment that you need to receive. We can also help determine how much time you will need off from work or how long you will need to be placed on light duty. If you have sustained injuries resulting in permanent disability, we can help establish the extent of your disability. Similarly, we will work closely with you to determine when you have reached your maximum medical improvement and when you can return to work.
If you have sustained injuries in the workplace, contact Advanced Spine & Rehab. We will work closely with you to help you achieve your personal health goals.
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