Work Rehabilitation Program
Injuries such as a fall, a slip or repetitive strain injuries at your workplace are unexpected and affect the working capacity. You should report the details of the injury to your employer within 30 days, then visit your doctor for the treatment plan and certificate of capacity. Injured workers may wonder apart from physiotherapists and exercise physiologists, if are there any other allied health practitioners they can choose. In fact, your treating doctor can also refer you to chiropractors depending on the type of injury and your personal preference.
Workers compensation will pay for medical expenses and rehabilitation costs to help you go back to your full pre-injury capacity. In the majority of cases, workers compensation will approve your chiropractic treatment sessions as long as your medical doctor agrees.
The claim number will be assigned from workers compensation insurance. The cost associated with your treatment will be directly billed to the insurer, utilizing your unique claim number.
What are the benefits of chiropractic treatment?
Chiropractic treatment focuses on not only functional improvement but also pain management. The goal of chiropractic care is to help to recover from your workplace injuries and to go back to the workplace at full capacity.
- Pain relief
- Strengthen and flexibility
- Return to work
- Workplace injury prevention
If you have any questions about workers compensation for chiropractic treatment, please contact Kings Park Chiropractic to answer your enquiry.