Spine & Disc is the center of excellence in spine care in Phoenix, AZ, for workers compensation injuries, sometimes referred to as workmans compensation or work comp injuries. We treat neck pain and back pain as a result of work comp (on the job) injuries. Our state-of-the art work comp treatment facility utilizes VAX-D.
(Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy) and MedX technology to help patients who have been injured on the job and suffer from neck pain or back pain due to herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome and sciatica. Our doctors have 45 years of combined experience treating workers compensation (work comp injuries). Injured workers benefit from the combination of VAX-D andMedX. These are approved work comp treatments recognized by the Industrial Commission of Arizona and the State Compensation Fund of Arizona.
Work Related (Work Comp) Injuries As Reported By Private Industry in 2006
Total Work Injury Cases: 4,085,400
Work Injury Cases involving days away from work: 1,183,500
Work Injury Cases involving injuries to the back: 250,870
Work Injury Cases involving falls: 234,450
WORK COMP STUDIES
WORK COMP STUDY UTILIZING VAX-D
STRENGTHENING AND WORK COMP INJURY RATES
WORK COMP INJURY AND MEDX
MEDX AND WORK COMP INJURY PREVENTION
MEDX CAN IDENTIFY WORK COMP MALINGERING CASES
If you have been unfortunate enough to experience an auto injury or work injury, you can benefit from Specific Spinal Rehabilitation and Spinal Decompression at Spine & Disc in Phoenix, AZ. Arizona's premier workers compensation treatment center.
Employers are required to provide and pay for all necessary medical & chiropractic care for work comp injuries.
You are entitled to reasonable and proper medical/chiropractic care to relieve effects of work comp injuries to help return you to pre-injury status. You may utilize the care of a workers compensation Doctor of Chiropractic, Medical Doctor, and surgical, nursing or hospital facilities for your work comp treatment. You have the right to select the work comp physician or work comp facility that will care for your workers compensation injury or illness. All work comp injuries must be reported to your employer within 30 days of your knowledge of its occurrence.
If you have had a work injury, come see us at Spine & Disc. We have been successfully treating Workers Compensation cases since 1975. Our office can fill out all the necessary work comp related forms, and process your claim. We also work with various injury lawyers who are familiar with Arizona workers compensation laws.