Work Injuries

The employee's health is not just a personal issue, but it is also an important factor of company's prosperity.  We provide important and helpful information to avoid worker compensation costs.

Common Work - Related Disorders

These disorders caused or made worse by the work environment, reduced worker productivity; lost time from work; temporary or permanent disability; inability to perform job tasks; and an increase in workers compensation costs.  Musculoskeletal disorders include a group of conditions that involve the nerves, tendons, muscles, and supporting structures such as intervertebral discs.  They represent a wide range of disorders, which can differ in severity from mild periodic symptoms to severe chronic and debilitating conditions.  Examples include tenosynovitis, tension neck syndrome, and low back pain.  These can cause severe and debilitating symptoms such as pain, numbness, and tingling.  Repetitive, forceful, or prolonged exertions of the hands; frequent or heavy lifting, pushing, pulling, or carrying of heavy objects; prolonged awkward postures; and vibration contribute to Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSD).  Jobs or working conditions that combine risk factors will increase the risk for musculoskeletal problems.  The level of risk depends on how long a worker is exposed to these conditions, how often they are exposed, and the level of exposure.

Chiropractic - Safer and often more effective than surgery

Many of the pain-sensing nerves of the spine are in the facet joints, the two interlocking "fingers" at the back of each spinal bone.  The normally smooth surfaces on which these joints glide, can become rough, irritated, and inflamed.  Surgical treatment often involves removing these facet joints, exposing the spinal cord.  Another cause of lower back pain can be a bulging disc putting pressure on the spinal cord or a nearby nerve root.  The result is often numbness, tingling, or pain in the leg.  Cutting away the bulging disc tissue can permanently alter its ability to separate and cushion the adjacent bones.  This rarely addresses the underlying structural cause(s) of the problem.  The Chiropractic approach is to help restore a more normal motion and position of affected spinal bones with specific Chiropractic adjustments.  The simplicity and success of this approach have been documented in numerous research projects and has helped many patients avoid risky surgery.  Find out if yours is a Chiropractic case and enjoy the positive results that millions of patients has experienced.


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