WORK INJURIES & CONDITIONING
At Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists
If you suffered an injury at work, you should see an experienced specialist as soon as possible to get treatment. These types of injuries frequently prevent individuals from going to work, performing day-to-day tasks, and even enjoying their own lives.
Some of the most common injuries sustained at work include:
- Repetitive strain injuries, such as tendinitis and carpal tunnel syndrome
- Traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries
- Back, neck, and other muscle strains
- Broken bones and torn ligaments
- Knee injuries
Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists treats individuals who have been injured while at work or on a job site. Our treatments are customized to the needs of our patients and are specifically targeted to relieve pain, heal the injury, improve mobility and range of motion, and get our patients back to work as soon as possible. Our physicians are fellowship trained, board certified, and proud to use state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge techniques.
Common causes of workplace injury include:
- Repetitive stress
- Slip and fall accidents
- Equipment malfunction
- Being struck by objects
Targeted Treatment for Maximum Recovery
Treatment plans will vary from patient to patient based on the nature and severity of the injury. More severe injuries will require more intensive treatment plans; however, even if you think your injury seems minor, it is still extremely important to seek out treatment and properly document it for your employer. Not only is it better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your health, but it also protects you in the event that any complications arise with your employer in relation to your work accident.
Bucks County Orthopedic Specialists offers a variety of treatment options, including:
- Pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation
- Vestibular rehab/balance disorders
- Joint pain and arthritis treatment
- Back and neck pain treatment
- Shoulder and elbow
- Joint replacement
- Pain management
- Concussion care
- Foot and ankle
- Hand and wrist
- Fracture care
Getting You Back to Work
Our goal is to help our patients get back to normal as quickly and safely as possible so they can return to their work activities and duties. Your first appointment will consist of a complete diagnosis of your work-related injury, followed by goal-oriented physical therapy and other orthopedic treatments deemed necessary for a full and speedy recovery. This may include rest, compression therapy, light exercise and stretches, and more. Call us today to request an appointment and learn more about our work injury rehabilitation services.