Chiropractic care is an effective, non-invasive solution to dealing with worker’s compensation claims. If you’ve been injured on the job and you want a better alternative to treatment with drugs or surgery, then chiropractic treatment may be for you.
Suffering from a work-related injury can be devastating, you’re in pain, out of work, and wondering if you’ll ever be able to enjoy the full and active life you once knew. At the same time, you’re probably wondering how to go about completing the right worker’s compensation insurance forms so that you can get started on the road to treatment.
Work-related injuries stemming from slips, falls, or other causes can impede your ability to perform your job duties. Lower back and neck injuries account for a large number of claims. Other injuries can also be treated through chiropractic care. Our trained staff can help with worker’s compensation insurance claims. They’ll get you through the process and make sure that you will be receiving the right type of care for your injury.
Work injuries can alter your life. Fortunately, and depending on the extent of your injuries, Chiropractic Crisis Care can give you the relief you need and stabilize your spine and your nerve system. Every accident victim, symptoms or not, should have their spine and nerve system examined.
During your examination, we can determine the extent of your injuries and deliver the care necessary to return you to pre-injury status as quickly as possible.
Sometimes the examinations we perform reveal underlying conditions not caused by the accident that are affecting your health now, or can affect your health in the future. If these pre-existing conditions require medical attention, we will advise you to consult with the appropriate provider. If these underlying conditions require chiropractic attention, we will make those additional recommendations as well.
Sometimes additional recommendations and care, medical or chiropractic, are not covered under your Workers’ Compensation insurance policy. The decision to proceed with this additional care is your responsibility and an important, valuable investment in your health. Depending on your personal situation, you may have additional insurance that reimburses you for some of those costs.
We’ve provided a list of the most common worker’s compensation insurance companies we work with are listed below. Note that we accept all worker’s compensation insurance plans. Your Insurance may not be on this list, but we can check your plan.
If you are unsure, feel free to click here and have us “Check Your Insurance” and we will verify your insurance for you. Or call 425-336-0712 and we can assist you with getting your claim number and helping you file your claim.
We will submit all the necessary paperwork for you.