Our experience and success in managing workers’ compensation and disability costs for employers has resulted in substantial savings for our clients. Our goal is to assist injured employers in returning to work as soon as possible. A case management system is used for employees requiring extended care. Our clinic staff monitors patients’ compliance with treatment goals, and communicates with company contacts and insurers so that follow-up care instruction and specific work limitations are realistic and understandable.
Our work injury treatment services include:
- Acute Injury Care
- Musculoskeletal Injury Treatment
- Lacerations/Wound Care including Dermabond and suturing
- Burn Care
- Eye Injury Care
- Chemical Exposures
- Animal Bite Treatment and Evaluation
- Bloodborne Pathogen Evaluation
- Physical and Occupational Therapy
- Nurse Case Coordinator of Referral Care and Therapy
- Employer Communication
- Second Opinions
- FCE (Functional Capacity Evaluation)
- Work Hardening
- Impairment Ratings
Workplace injuries are inevitable and it would be beneficial to be aligned with an occupational medicine clinic so your company is prepared when an injury occurs in the future.
An OSHA recordable injury is an occupational injury or illness that requires medical treatment more than simple first aid and must be reported.
All employers shall comply with OSHA regulations for recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses as prescribed in 29 CFR 1904. This requires some injuries and illnesses to be recorded on the OSHA 300 log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses and the OSHA 301 Injury and Illness Incident Report.
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For additional information of OSHA Recordables and Recordkeeping:
OSHA Standard Interpretation: The Use of Kinesiology Tape