Workplace Injuries (WSBC)
Workplace Injuries (WSBC) services provide support and resources to employees who have sustained injuries on the job, ensuring proper compensation, medical care, and rehabilitation for a safe return to work.
Work Rehabilitation Program
Injuries at work can occur suddenly, such as a slip or fall, or slowly over time with repetitive strain on an area of the body. If you are injured at work, make a claim through your employer, and the Workers Compensation Board will cover your initial assessment fee then decide if you are approved for further treatment. Be sure to make a claim through your employer within 5 days of becoming aware of your workplace injury. Workplace injuries are a common problem. We offer programs that provide workplace injury rehabilitation, work site assessments, and prevention ergonomic advice.
What are the Therapy benefits?
We focus on an active injury approach to restoring function and return to work. Whether your workplace injury has occurred from an accident or from overuse, you will find us programs helpful to:
- Relieve Your Pain
- Strengthen & Flexibility
- Improve Your Functional Abilities
- Coordinate Your Return To Work
- Provide Ergonomic Advice
- Provide Workplace Injury Prevention
Are workplace injuries covered under health insurance plans?
Motor vehicle injury rehabilitation can sometimes cause discomfort, especially during the initial stages of treatment. As your body adjusts to new exercises and therapies, you may experience soreness or stiffness. However, this discomfort typically subsides as your body becomes stronger and more flexible. It’s important to communicate with your healthcare provider about any pain during rehabilitation, so they can adjust your treatment plan accordingly and ensure a safe and effective recovery process.
Does workplace injury rehabilitation cause discomfort?
Workplace injury rehabilitation may cause some discomfort, as it often involves exercises and therapies designed to restore function, mobility, and strength. However, the goal is to promote healing and recovery. It’s essential for patients to communicate with their healthcare providers about any discomfort they experience so that adjustments can be made to ensure a safe and effective rehabilitation process.
Is there only one type of workplace injury rehabilitation?
Various types of workplace injury rehabilitation exist, such as physical therapy for mobility, occupational therapy for daily tasks, vocational rehabilitation for employment support, psychological therapy for mental health, and pain management. Healthcare providers determine the appropriate combination based on the worker’s needs and recovery goals.
We believe that managing your health should be transparent, and so should our rates. To provide the highest quality of care and to reduce any extra fees for “additional” add-ons, we’ve curated our rates to reflect that.
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