Medical Help by DOL Doctors for Injured Compliance Officers in Waco, Ennis, Dallas and all of Texas
Compliance officers deal with regulating our workplaces, organizations, and businesses so that the standards we set for ourselves are continuously being met. Unfortunately, when safety standards are not being met, compliance officers may be at risk for injury themselves. We count on compliance officers to keep us safe and things running smoothly, so when they get injured it’s particularly devastating to our entire working system. Depending on the type of work a compliance officer does, he or she may be at risk for different types of injuries. Compliance officers who work in construction are more likely to suffer injuries common with construction workers, whereas those who work an office are more likely to suffer common office injuries.
At Pain Stop MD, we want to make sure the standards we set for ourselves are being met on a regular basis, and that means taking care of our compliance officers when they’ve been hurt on the job. Our clinic’s full range of resources makes it possible for us to help compliance officers with their injuries in every step of the process, from diagnosing an injury to filing a workers’ compensation claim.
If you’ve been injured in the workplace or on the job, don’t hesitate to act now. Treating your injury early will save you time, money, and long-term pain down the road.
We can help you answer any questions about your workplace injury. Contact us to schedule a consultation with our doctor or learn more about the services we provide.
Common Causes of Compliance Officer Injuries
Compliance officers may work in a number of different environments, making them to susceptible to different injuries depending on what industry they work in. Common injuries for compliance workers are generally just common injuries for all workers. These injuries include:
- Falls. Falls are one of the most common injuries for workers of any variety, and this applies to compliance officers as well. Whether a slip and fall accident in the office or falling off of unstable scaffolding at a construction site, a compliance worker may get injured in a fall a number of ways.
- Object contact. Similar to falls, object contact injuries occur when contact with an object, such as running into a something or something running or flying into you. These injuries can occur in almost any office or work space, Depending on the severity of the incident, these injuries range from cuts and bruises to internal organ damage.
- Repetitive motion. Repetitive motion injuries generally occur from overuse of muscles or limbs during the work day. Unlike many other injuries, repetitive motion injuries develop over time, generally resulting in chronic pain that can be almost unbearable in some cases.
- Overexertion. For employees who spend a considerable part of their day standing up or working physically, it’s possible that they suffer from overexertion. A variety of injuries can occur from overexertion, considering your body is working in a state not strong enough to properly exert energy. Pulled muscles are common with overexertion, as well as dislocations and a variety of other musculoskeletal injuries.
Because of the various causes of injuries to compliance workers, it is imperative that they seek medical attention immediately if they think they may have been injured in a work-related incident. Don’t hesitate to contact us, we can help you heal properly and get back to living the life you want.
Our Services for Compliance Officers
We provide a full range of services for compliance officers who have been injured in work-related accidents. Our clinic’s board-certified doctor and competent staff can help you along with every step of the healing process, from pinpointing the cause of your pain to providing a treatment plan suited to your needs. Here are some of the services we offer our patients at Pain Stop MD:
- Diagnostic testing. The most important part of the healing process is properly diagnosing the cause of your pain. Our team can determine the root of your injury and determine, from there, the best treatment regimen to heal your injury.
- Acute care. When you suffer from an injury after an isolated incident, the best treatment for you can be acute care. Our doctor and staff will pinpoint the cause of your pain and deal with it in a concentrated period of time. Acute care is especially effective if a patient sees a doctor right after an injury, so no other complications arise.
- Chronic pain program. If injuries are not dealt with properly, chronic pain is likely to set in, causing a number of other medical issues in the process. Our chronic pain program will help that pain subside, while also pinpointing the primary cause of your pain to effectively heal your body.
- Prescriptions. Medicine can be a very effective way to treat injuries, especially when dealing with pain. Our board-certified physician is qualified to prescribe you the kind of medicine needed to treat your injury. We’ll give you the right dosage of medication for the right amount of time for the best results.
- Physiotherapy. Sometimes healing the body takes a little extra work. In these cases, we often treat patients with physiotherapy. With this treatment, we give the patient a regimen of various exercises that help heal your injury as well as strengthen your body to prevent injuries in the future.
- Surgery. When other treatments are not effective enough to treat your injury, our clinic will occasionally suggest a surgical solution. Our board-certified physician is qualified to provide the correct surgical treatment to heal your injury and get you back on your feet again.
Seeking treatment for an injury right after it happens is always the best way to help heal your body. Regardless of how you are suffering, from an acute injury or from chronic pain, our clinic can help you get on the path to good health with the right treatment and care.
Workers’ Compensation for Injured Compliance Officers
You may be entitled to workers’ compensation depending on the context of your work-related injury. We can help you make up for lost time at work, medical bills, and time spent away from your family and those that you love, whether you’re a federal, state, or private sector employee. At Pain Stop MD, we provide the following services to help you with each step in the workers’ compensation process.
- The proper diagnoses and treatments to get you back to good health.
- The right paperwork and guidance to help you process your workers’ compensation claim.
- The medical records and paperwork you’ll need to process such a claim.
- The answers to any general questions you have about work-related injuries and workers’ compensation.
Contact Us Today
If you’re a compliance officer who’s been injured on the job, we can help you with every step of the recovery process. From diagnosis to workers’ compensation claims, our clinic will help get you back to good health so you can focus on the important aspects of your life. Don’t wait to take care of your injury, we want to help you.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our board-certified physician or to learn more about the various services we offer at Pain Stop MD.