No matter what industry you work in, there is always potential for an on-the-job injury. Back and neck injuries can hinder your ability to perform at work and in your daily activities. Our goal is to help you feel better by using proven techniques that will help decrease your pain.
Work injuries can happen at any time and can often leave you with a lengthy recovery, depending on the severity of the injury. Not only can these injuries cause you pain, they can affect your ability to continue working and functioning in your daily activities.
Get familiar with common workplace injuries
Accidents lurk around the corner in every workplace—whether you’re sitting at a desk, maneuvering heavy equipment or running the line. Here’s a look at some of the most common dangers for laborers in all industry—injuries chiropractic care can help address and alleviate:
Slips and falls
Motor vehicle accidents
Overexertion and strain
Whether it’s whiplash from an accident in the company car or a back spasm caused by lifting something too heavy or too often, workplace injuries are, unfortunately, common. But that doesn’t mean you need to live with the effects of one.
We treat all types of work injuries
Workplace injuries vary in type and intensity. Typing at a computer for eight hours each day can cause carpal tunnel syndrome to sneak up on you. Conversely, there’s no mistaking the pain of falling off a ladder. Whether acute or chronic, it’s important to realize when you’re suffering from a workplace injury. Quickness is the key to recovery, and the sooner you seek help for work injuries, the more opportunities a chiropractor has to correct or mitigate them.
Through our thorough approach, Starkwood Chiropractic will get to the very heart of your injury. From physical palpation and adjustment to your spine, to range-of-motion treatment for joints, to gentle stretching and strengthening exercises, we treat work injuries with precision. We know that workplace injuries may get filed under generic codes, but every person is unique and deserves individualized healing to overcome whatever’s ailing them.
Chiropractic Care for Work Injuries
There are many treatment methods for helping workers on their road to recovery after a workplace injury. One of the best is specialized chiropractic care. Starkwood Chiropractic’s experts are very familiar with injury-based care and will customize treatment for each one of our patients.
Treatment will focus on your specific injury and source(s) of pain, to ensure long-term healing, not just temporary relief. We’ll also work with your physician to ensure our treatment complements what they’re doing, for the best possible care.
Regarding workers’ compensation and insurance
Did you know that most major insurance companies accept chiropractic as a covered expense for accident and injury rehabilitation? Moreover, many workers’ compensation programs specify and encourage chiropractic as part of the treatment and recovery process!
We know you have questions when it comes to dealing with workers’ compensation and insurance companies. Let our experienced team guide you. We’ve worked with countless patients suffering from workplace injuries and we know how to help you navigate the complicated field of payments and coverages. Learn more:
At Starkwood Chiropractic, we treat people just like you, who have injured themselves at work. Every day we provide our patients pain relief through comfortable and effective methods for even the most sensitive injuries. There’s no need to continue living in pain from an on-the-job injury. We use proven techniques that can help relieve your pain and help your body heal, so you can get back to living pain-free.
Schedule an appointment today and speak with one of our friendly staff members. They’ll help you fill out the paperwork, tell you what to wear to your appointment and answer any questions you may have. We’re here to provide relief however we can.
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