If you are suffering from an overexertion injury, such as injuries related to pulling, lifting, pushing, holding, carrying, and throwing activities, a slip and fall or a repetitive stress injury like carpal tunnel syndrome at your place of work, chiropractic care is a great way to treat workers’ comp injuries. Dr. Daniel Klein, Dr. Steve Fleisher, and their staff at Everybody’s Chiropractic Center are experts at helping injured workers like you. Call one of the offices in Upper Darby or King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, or schedule an appointment online.
Whether you have a terrible accident at work or you sustain an injury over months and years, Dr. Klein and Dr. Fleisher have years of experience helping injured workers reestablish their quality of life.
Some of the common injuries that Everybody’s Chiropractic Center treats include:
Many of these injuries affect your musculoskeletal system, which includes your nerves, ligaments, bones, and tendons.
Most likely, yes. In the state of Pennsylvania, worker’s comp insurance plans do provide coverage for work-related injuries, but you’ll need to talk to your employer to understand the specifics of your plan.
Dr. Klein and Dr. Fleisher are skilled in caring for men and women who suffer from injuries sustained on the job. At Everybody’s Chiropractic, you have access to a range of services and techniques to help you overcome pain and restore your quality of life.
Some of the ways that chiropractic care can help you include:
Your dedicated doctor talks to you about what you do at your job, how the injury happened, and what you are experiencing so he can write a custom plan to restore your health.
Chiropractic care is noninvasive and doesn’t rely on drugs or medications, so it’s widely regarded as holistic and safe for all ages. Dr. Klein and Dr. Fleisher use innovative and time-tested techniques and exercises to speed up the healing process.
Not only do they help you overcome a workplace injury, but they teach you proper movement so you can protect yourself from future problems or repeat injury.
Workers’ compensation injuries vary drastically from person to person, so there’s no definitive number of treatments. At your first appointment, your chiropractor conducts a comprehensive physical exam and gathers details about your injury.
With that information, he writes a custom treatment plan that outlines the number of recommended visits to help you feel good again.
For more help with your workers’ comp injury, call the office or schedule an appointment online.