Frisco TX

Frisco TX Workers’ Compensation Doctors

According to federal government data, approximately one in four Americans will experience a disabling injury during his or her working years. This includes traumatic injuries from accidents such as falls and vehicle collisions as well as overuse injuries resulting from physical exertion and repetitive stress. Contacting Frisco TX Workers’ Compensation Doctors to discuss your injury is very important.

If you have been injured on the job, or if you are experiencing symptoms of an overuse injury, it is important that you seek medical attention promptly. Your symptoms could continue to worsen without medical intervention; and, over time, your injury could lead to long-term or permanent complications if left untreated. In addition, if you are entitled to claim medical and disability benefits through workers’ compensation, your eligibility will expire if you wait too long to seek help. As a result, to protect your health and your right to benefits, you should see a doctor as soon as possible.

Welcome to Pain Stop MD

Pain Stop MD is a workers’ compensation clinic that treats injured employees in Frisco, Texas and the surrounding areas. Our office is staffed by a board-certified physician and other medical professionals who specialize in diagnosing and treating work-related injuries; and, in addition to providing medical care, we also assist our patients in filing for federal, state, and private workers’ compensation benefits. Regardless of what you do for work, and regardless of the nature and extent of your injury, if you have a claim for benefits, we can help ensure that you receive the money you need to cover your medical bills and other expenses during your recovery.

Diagnosis, Treatment, and Advocacy for Workers with Job-Related Injuries in Frisco, TX

At Pain Stop MD, we serve our patients from the moment they contact us through completion of their recovery. Our Frisco TX Workers’ Compensation Doctors can help you.

Our services include:

1. Comprehensive Medical Diagnosis

We offer comprehensive diagnostic services for individuals experiencing pain and other symptoms of traumatic and overuse injuries in Frisco, Texas. From physical examinations to x-rays, CT scans, and MRIs, we have the medical expertise and state-of-the-art equipment needed to diagnose all types of internal and external injuries. With many types of work-related injuries sharing similar symptoms, obtaining an accurate diagnosis is crucial to begin appropriate treatment. We have particular experience diagnosing work-related:

2. Treatment and Pain Management

Once we diagnose your injury, we will develop a treatment plan that is custom-tailored to your individual circumstances. Depending on your medical condition, this may include:

  • Acute Care – Immediate treatment for injuries with a focus on complete, non-surgical recovery.
  • Chronic Pain Management – Use of medications and other methods and techniques to help you cope with your pain and work toward eliminating your pain over time.
  • Prescription Medications – Appropriate selection and dosage of prescription anti-inflammatory, pain relief, and other medications by our board-certified physician.
  • Physiotherapy – Physical therapy exercises and routines designed to help you build (or rebuild) strength and stability at the location of your work injury.
  • Surgery Referrals – If your work injury requires surgery, we can refer you to a specialist whose services will be covered by workers’ compensation.

3. Filing for Workers’ Compensation

With our specialization in treatment of work-related injuries, we have become intimately familiar with the federal, state, and private-sector workers’ compensation programs. When we treat you, we will also assist in preparing the documentation necessary for you to secure appropriate medical and disability benefits. This includes helping you complete the requisite forms and submitting medical records that adequately depict your work-related injury.

4. Continued Care

If your injury requires ongoing care, we can continue to treat you throughout the time that you are receiving workers’ compensation benefits – whether this is weeks, months, or years. Many types of injuries require ongoing treatment, pain management, and rehabilitation, and we can guide you through a recovery plan that is designed to help you return to work when the time is right.

5. Avoiding Premature Termination of Benefits

If the government or your employer’s insurance company is telling you that you need to return to work but you do not feel that you are ready, it is important that you consult with your physician. It is not unusual for employees to have their benefits terminated prematurely, and we can help make sure this does not happen to you.

Answers to FAQs: Workers’ Compensation and Common Workplace Injuries

[otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: Does my work-related injury qualify me for workers’ compensation?” opened=”closed”] If you are eligible for workers’ compensation (i.e. if you are a federal or state employee or you work for a private company that provides workers’ compensation coverage), then your injury likely qualifies you for medical and disability benefits. With only very limited exceptions, the cause of your injury is not a factor, and all types of injuries can qualify. This includes:

  • Traumatic Injuries – Broken bones, soft tissue injuries, burns, concussions, herniated discs, lacerations and contusions, and other accident-related injuries.
  • Overuse Injuries – Lifting and lowering injuries, repetitive stress injuries, and other injuries resulting from performance of your job duties.
[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle] [otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: What are the symptoms of repetitive stress injuries?” opened=”closed”] Repetitive stress is among the most common causes of work-related injuries. If you perform the same type of activity (such as lifting or typing) on a daily basis and you are experiencing the following types of symptoms, you should see a doctor promptly:

  • Chronic pain and/or pain that worsens with movement
  • Tenderness or stiffness in the muscle or joints
  • Tingling (or “pins and needles”) sensations in the affected area
[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle] [otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: What are the symptoms of a concussion? If I have a concussion, can I file for workers’ compensation?” opened=”closed”] Concussions are potentially-serious traumatic brain injuries that are absolutely eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. The following are all common symptoms of concussions, and they are signs that you should consult a physician right away:

  • Confusion or disorientation
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Irritability
  • Loss of balance or coordination
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Memory loss
  • Ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sleeplessness or difficulty sleeping
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Injured at Work in Frisco, TX? Book an Appointment Today

If you are concerned about a work-related injury and would like to see a doctor, please contact us to schedule an appointment with our Frisco TX Workers’ Compensation Doctors. Call (800) 810-0259 to speak with a member of our medical staff, or tell us how we can reach you and we will be in touch as soon as possible.