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Work Injuries

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Work injuries can be devastating, not only emotionally and physically, but financially as well. The most common types of work related injuries are in the back and neck. Back and neck injuries account for almost 90% of injuries happening in the work place. 

Many work related injuries are caused by regular, everyday activities on the job. Most occupations require a worker to do the same movements with their body, day in and day out. These repetitive motions, over time, cause the body trauma. Repetitive stress injuries (like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) are some of the most common work related injuries we deal with. These injuries are hard to indicate right away because the onset is very gradual. Don't let musculoskeletal injuries stop your work and play. We can identify your problem, realign your spine, restore your normal joint motion and help break up scar tissue for more complete healing of your injured areas. 

There is usually no out of pocket expense to you with a work related injury.  We take care of the paperwork and you get feeling better and back to work.

Did you know.... a 5 year study of 900,000 worker's compensation claims in Texas found that chiropractic care not only worked effectively, it cost less than all other treatments offered.  Another worker's compensation study, this time in Florida, found that injured workers treated primarily with chiropractic care improved 28 days sooner that those receiving medical care. 

Call 928-778-7996 today to schedule your appointment.

How to choose a work injury physician...

Your employer has the right to send you to the doctor of their choice one time.  After that you are free to choose your own physician.  If you return a 2nd time to your employers doctor they become your attending physician. Look for a practioner that offers a full range of rehabilitative services...rather than just pain pills and muscle relaxers.

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