Workers’ Compensation Recovery in South Florida’s Tri-Counties & Tennessee
Let Us Do the Heavy Lifting in Your Recovery
Workplace injuries are, unfortunately, fairly common throughout the country, especially in jobs requiring frequent manual labor. They could result from an instantaneous accident or prolonged overexertion and repetitive motion. In the event that you find yourself injured on the job, iRISE Spine and Joint is here to help you recover.
Call iRISE Spine and Joint for help recovering from your workplace injury: (888) 966-9750.
Common Workplace Injuries
Workplace injuries vary depending on the line of work. Regardless, iRISE Spine and Joint can address the effects it leaves on your spine, joints, and overall body. We commonly see patients with injuries such as:
- Broken bones
- Dislocated bones
- Herniated discs
- Lower back pains or strains
We offer a variety of minimally invasive surgical and nonsurgical treatment options to address these and other injuries you sustained.
Treating Workplace Injuries
Many workplace injuries wreak the most havoc on the spine, which, unfortunately, can be difficult to determine through a visual analysis. For proper insight that will guide us in our treatment plan, our doctors will inquire about the pain you’re experiencing and symptoms you’re enduring. Common signs of a serious neck, back, or spine injury include:
- Aching chronic pain
- Difficulty performing your job
- Muscle tightness
Our doctors will also look for any fractures, sprains, or broken bones. Using MRI scanning, conveniently located within our facilities, we can gain better, clearer insight into your injury and the extent of its effects on the surrounding muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
Once our team determines the extent of your injury, we will construct a comprehensive treatment plan, which could include a combination of procedures expertly performed by our various healthcare professionals.
We can work closely with your workers compensation attorney so that the legal aspects of your workers compensation case may be effectively pursued.