A workplace injury can take a toll on the employee’s health, family and finances, as well as the productivity and bottom line of the employer. When the injury also results in chronic or acute pain, it becomes more important than ever to make sure your health care partners are experts, not only in pain management but in the complexities of workers’ compensation claims, as well.
The Workers’ Compensation Process
• Conduct comprehensive Independent Medical Exams(IMEs) • Interventional Pain Management(Including Need for Treatment Evaluations) • Obtain mechanism-of-injury history • Review all diagnostic studies • Discuss work restrictions • Timely treatment of patients and follow-up
Onsite Services, including:
• EMG/NCS • In-Office Procedures • Electronic Medical Records(EMR)