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Worker’s Compensation Injury and Chiropractic FAQs
What does a chiropractor do for work injuries?
An International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) Certified Chiropractor has additional post-doctoral training and clinical skills to treat pregnant women, infants, children, and teenagers. Our ICPAtrained physicians, use a variety of low-force, chiropractic adjusting techniques to adjust pediatric patients.
Is it safe for me to receive a chiropractic adjustment?
Chiropractors specialize in the treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries.
Treatment for specific injuries that have occurred at work will vary based on the injury.
Chiropractors use a hands-on approach to treatment—without the use of surgeries or medicine. They can give advice on how to decrease your pain and improve your health using holistic treatments and referring you to another doctor for medication or surgery when it is medically necessary. Read more
What kinds of assessments do you do for work injuries?
Our chiropractors complete a full exam including x-rays, if necessary, on all patients. Additional assessments may be completed depending on what activities you participate in and what your recovery goal is.
What types of treatments do you offer for work injuries?
We understand how to treat injuries after a an accident at work, and we specialize in treating them with natural, non-invasive methods. Our auto injury rehabilitation chiropractors and team members are ready to help you alleviate your pain that can result from being in a car accident.
To help you recover after an auto injury, we create a customized treatment program specifically for you using the following diagnostic testing and treatments:
What do the athletic trainers help with?
Our athletic trainers help a wide variety of individuals including truck drivers, landscapers, student athletes, office workers, professional movers, runners, sports enthusiasts, and more! They assist individuals with:
- Lifting patterns
- Gait training
- Proper technique and form
- Agility work
- Strength training
- and more!
If medically necessary, we will refer for surgery or other medical treatments.