Garland TX

Garland TX Workers’ Compensation Doctors

When a work-related injury prevents you from doing your job or enjoying time with friends and family, it is important to determine if you are eligible to file for workers’ compensation. Medical and disability benefits are available to federal, state, and private employees, and these benefits can provide full coverage for your care-related expenses while also helping with your monthly bills. Each year, the government and private workers’ compensation insurance companies pay billions of dollars in benefits to injured workers. If you are entitled to benefits, seeking a prompt medical diagnosis is the first step toward collecting the compensation you deserve.

At Pain Stop MD, we provide diagnostic and treatment services for injured employees in Garland, Texas and the surrounding areas. Focusing our practice on injuries that are eligible for workers’ compensation, we have extensive experience helping patients recover from acute and chronic conditions resulting from accidents, overuse, and repetitive stress. If you have been injured at work, we can put you on a treatment plan so that you can get back to work as quickly and safely as possible, and we can help you complete the paperwork necessary to secure workers’ compensation benefits.

Common Work-Related Accidents and Injuries

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), three types of accidents account for 85% of all workplace injuries. These are: (i) overexertion; (ii) contact with objects and equipment; and, (iii) slips, trips, and falls.

1. Overexertion

Overexertion injuries most commonly result from lifting, lowering, and repetitive motions. According to the NSC, overexertion accounts for 35% of all workplace injuries.

2. Contact with Objects and Equipment

Being struck by objects and equipment, being caught in or compressed between objects or equipment, and being struck or crushed by collapsing structures and falling materials account for 25% of all workplace injuries.

3. Slips, Trips, and Falls

Despite often being thought of as “minor” accidents, slips and trips can often result in serious injuries, while falls from height (including falls from ladders and scaffolding) can have life-changing consequences. These accidents are to blame for 25% of all workplace injuries, according to the NSC.

In addition to treating employees injured in these types of accidents, we also treat those who are in pain and experiencing other symptoms or complications as a result of:

  • Auto accidents
  • Hand tool and power tool accidents
  • Other equipment and machinery accidents
  • Other types of traumatic accidents

The NSC’s data indicate that the three most common types of injuries resulting from workplace accidents are: (i) sprains, strains, and tears; (ii) back soreness and pain; and, (iii) cuts, lacerations, and punctures. At Pain Stop MD, we have years of experience helping injured employees recover from these and other injuries affecting the:

  • Feet and ankles
  • Back and spine
  • Hands and wrists
  • Head and brain
  • Shoulders
  • Neck
  • Legs and knees
  • Internal organs

FAQs: Recovering from a Work-Related Injury in Garland, Texas

[otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: What types of treatment does Pain Stop MD offer?” opened=”closed”] We are able to diagnose and treat individuals with all types of work-related injuries. Along with comprehensive diagnosis of traumatic, overuse, and repetitive stress injuries (including physical examinations, x-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, and other tests), our treatment services include:

[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle] [otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: What types of medications does your clinic prescribe?” opened=”closed”] We can prescribe any medication that is necessary and appropriate for the treatment of your work-related injury. This includes anti-inflammatory medications, pain relievers, antibiotics, medications for treating anxiety and depression, and various other prescription drugs. Before prescribing you any medication, we will carefully review your current medications for potential negative interactions, advise you of any potential side effects, and answer any questions you may have about the benefits offered.
[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle] [otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: What is physiotherapy?” opened=”closed”] Physiotherapy, or physical therapy, is a form of treatment that focuses on building (or rebuilding) strength and stability in the muscles, ligaments, and tendons so that you can safely perform your job duties and engage in other forms of physical activity. We custom-tailor our physiotherapy recommendations to each individual patient’s injury and overall health, and we offer one-on-one therapy sessions during which you will work directly with one of our physiotherapy specialists.
[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle] [otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: Can I file for workers’ compensation if I have carpal tunnel syndrome?” opened=”closed”] Yes, if your medical condition is work-related and you are otherwise eligible for workers’ compensation, you can seek benefits for carpal tunnel syndrome. At Pain Stop MD, we provide various forms of treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome, including splinting, physiotherapy, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), corticosteroids, alternate forms of therapy, and referrals for open or endoscopic surgery.
[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle] [otw_shortcode_content_toggle title=”Q: What else do I need to know about seeking treatment for a work-related injury?” opened=”closed”] If you have been injured at work, or if you are experiencing pain or other symptoms and would like to find out if your condition is related to your employment, the most important thing you can do is seek immediate medical attention. If you would like to receive a diagnosis, contact Pain Stop MD today.
[/otw_shortcode_content_toggle]

Why Choose Pain Stop MD in Garland, Texas?

1. Workers’ Compensation Specialization

At Pain Stop MD, we specialize in diagnosing and treating work-related injuries, and we can assist with your workers’ compensation claim.

2. Experience with Acute and Chronic Work-Related Injuries

We routinely diagnose and treat patients in Garland, Texas and the surrounding areas who have suffered all types of acute and chronic work-related injuries.

3. Full-Service Medical Clinic

From providing your initial diagnosis to prescribing medications, performing physiotherapy, and referring you for surgery, we are your go-to resource for work-related medical needs in Garland, Texas.

4. Patient-Focused Treatment

Unlike doctors who work for employers and their insurance companies, at Pain First MD, our only priority is making sure you make the best possible recovery.

5. Convenience and Communication

Whether you have questions about your medical condition or your workers’ compensation claim, we encourage you to get in touch. We strive to make ourselves available to our patients and help them in any way we can.

Book an Appointment at Pain Stop MD

If you would like to see a doctor at Pain Stop MD, please call (800) 810-0259 or book an appointment online. OurĀ Garland TX workers’ compensation doctors look forward to seeing you soon.