Work injuries are devastating not only to your professional life, but your personal life as well. In an instant, everything that was secure suddenly becomes a big question mark.
How will I afford to provide for my family if I’m not healthy enough to work?
How will I afford to pay my medical bills?
Will I be able to play catch with my kids?
Will I ever be healthy enough to work again?
Is this pain going to last forever?
Injuries can happen to any worker in any occupation. While some injuries may happen more commonly to people with physically demanding jobs, even people who sit an office desk each and every day are susceptible to injuries. And when you sustain an injury at work, it’s often difficult to know where to turn, and who you can really trust to give you the advice, treatment, and attention you deserve.
At Pain Stop MD, we’re committed to giving you the best possible care regardless of the work-related injury you’ve sustained. From small sprains and strains to more serious issues that require long-term or surgical care, our clinic has the resources and experienced staff to get you back to good health. We deal with federal, state, and private employees, and are well-versed in the workers’ compensation process for all three.
If you’ve been hurt while on the job, our clinic is open to help you through your injury. Serving the workers of the Dallas area, including Ennis, Denton, and Waco, our board-certified physician and staff will take care of the tough stuff so you can focus on recovery.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our physician, or just to learn more about the services our clinic provides.
Common Occupations for Injury
From small bumps and bruises to fatal and life-altering incidents, no occupation is completely safe from workplace injuries. At Pain Stop MD, we’re well equipped to handle any and every work-related injury for any occupation. Some occupations, however, are more inclined to sustain injuries. Generally, these occupations are more physical in nature. Here is a list of some of the more common occupations that sustain injuries:
- Construction workers
- Emergency Workers
- TSA employees
- Prison and jail workers
Due the physically demanding nature of these jobs, and their occasionally hazardous work environments, the above occupations are more likely to sustain injuries on the job, whether from overuse or from isolated traumatic incidents. Other occupations do routinely sustain injuries, though, and should not be discounted strictly because they happen are injured less frequently. We serve the following workers in the the Dallas area:
- Construction workers
- Clerks and office workers
- Emergency workers
- Prison and jail workers
- TSA employees
- Registered nurses
- Forest service employees
- Compliance officers
The most important thing to remember if you’ve been involved in a workplace injury, regardless of your occupation, is to seek immediate medical attention. Whether you’re a construction worker who’s fallen off of high scaffolding, a forest service worker who’s been attacked by wildlife, or a secretary who’s developed carpal tunnel syndrome over the years, we can tailor our treatment to suit your needs.
Our Services for Injured Workers
We offer a full range of medical services for workers who’ve been injured while on the job. Our board-certified physician and staff can tailor a treatment regimen to suit your needs and get you back on your feet. Our treatments for injured workers include the following:
- Diagnostic testing. Always the most important step in the treatment process, diagnosis allows us to pinpoint the cause of your injury and pain. By doing so, we’re able to create a proper treatment plan to help you heal efficiently. Without a proper diagnosis, some injuries never heal and may exacerbate other regions of the body’s health as well.
- Acute care. In cases where you’ve been injured in an isolated traumatic incident, it’s possible that the best treatment plan is acute care. Especially effective if those injured seek medical attention immediately, acute care includes short-term, immediate care in a concentrated amount of time to get you back to good health.
- Chronic pain program. Some injuries may develop over a long period of time, and may require a longer period of time to properly heal. Our clinic can provide excellent long-term, chronic pain programs to help you deal with your injuries. Generally, chronic pain program treatment is effective for injuries from overuse and repetitive motion.
- Prescriptions. The benefit of having a board-certified physician on staff is the ability to prescribe medication that can be of particular use to work-related injury patients. Our doctor will prescribe the right medication and dosage for the right amount of time to help you heal effectively.
- Physiotherapy. Progressively reintroducing the muscles, bones, and joints to physical activity through physiotherapy can be especially effective in treating work-related injuries. By helping certain regions heal, and strengthening them in the process, physiotherapy can be the difference between remaining healthy and re-injury.
- Surgery. In some cases, work injuries may require surgical attention to properly heal. Our clinic has the resources and knowledge to give you the surgical treatment you need for your work-related injury.
Don’t hesitate to book a consultation today to figure out what treatment plan, or combination of treatments, would work best for you. We’re positive that, with our help, you can overcome your injury in a timely and stress-free manner.
Workers’ Compensation After Injuries
In some cases, depending on the context of your work-related injury, you may be entitled to compensation to make up for financial losses, medical bills, and time taken out of your life to recover. Our clinic has the resources to properly guide you through the workers’ compensation process and get you the compensation that you deserve.
We can provide the following to help you with your workers’ compensation claim:
- 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
We understand that dealing with a work-related injury can be more stressful than almost anything in your life. At Pain Stop MD, we want to take that stress away from you so you can focus on healing and getting back to the things you love the most. Our full range of resources will help you promptly get back on your feet, and our team can help you along every step of the way.
Contact us today if you’ve been injured in a work-related incident to schedule a consultation with our doctor or to learn more about the services that Pain Stop MD can provide for you.