What Types of Work Injuries Can We Treat?
When it comes to treating work injuries, our chiropractors have significant experience. The following are some of the most common work-related injuries that a chiropractor can treat.
- Force Trauma - Force trauma includes things like having boxes fall and hit a person, such as in a warehouse. It also includes things like having automatic sliding gates trap a person while closing, or being hit by moving robotic machinery or another vehicle, such as a forklift.
- Slip and Falls - Slip and falls include situations where a slippery substance was left on the floor and a person fell and an injury occurred. This type of work injury is common in warehouses, large box stores, and construction sites.
- Movement Injuries - This type of injury includes things like having a back “go out” while lifting something or trying to physically shift something from one location to another. It can also include things like carpal tunnel syndrome, something commonly experienced by computer programmers, cashiers, assembly line workers, and others who do repetitive motions throughout the workday.
- Ankle and Foot Injuries - These types of work-related injuries typically occur from tripping over items that are out of place, missteps while putting something up, climbing in the workplace, or similar situations.
Benefits of Receiving Chiropractic Treatment For Work Injuries
When you see your chiropractor for work injuries, you will receive comprehensive diagnostic tests and treatment. In addition, work-related injuries are usually covered by worker’s compensation. Your chiropractor can help to ensure that you receive a fair evaluation so that you have the best odds of winning your claim. This is done through stringent diagnosis and treatment, as well as diligent record-keeping. You’ll be able to get efficient chiropractic treatment as well as the necessary documentation that supports your injury claim.
Mill Creek Wellness Center, offers a wide range of treatment options for any work-related injury that you may incur. The sooner you seek help from your chiropractor, the sooner you can feel better. To get help for your work-related injury, contact our team today at (425) 742-6034.