“Today was my last day for my treatment on my left arm. The pain I was in from the torn rotator cuff has been releaved. The staff and Dr Lemoine were very pleasant. I would recommend them to my friends.”
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 as soon as possible and make your employer become 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.
At LeMoine Physical Therapy, we excel at work injury rehabilitation services that support the injured worker. We'll coordinate care and communicate with all parties to help ensure a successful and safe return to work.
Your personal physical therapy begins with a comprehensive evaluation of functional limitations and areas of pain. We will design a treatment plan based on your work-related needs and goals. We take a team approach and will consult with your employer and case manager, if necessary. Throughout your treatment, we will work hard to help you return to all normal functional activities.
The LeMoine PT Benefit!
Whether your workplace injury has occurred from an accident or from overuse, you will find our programs helpful to:
- Relieve Your Pain
- Strengthen & Flexibility
- Improve Your Functional Abilities
- Coordinate Your Return To Work
- Provide Ergonomic Advice
- Provide Workplace Injury Prevention
The LeMoine PT Difference
At LeMoine Physical Therapy, we offer efficiencies and achieve high levels of satisfaction for workers' comp rehab services.
- Specialize and knowledgeable trained PT, DPT Owned & Operated
- Comprehensive initial consultation
- Dedicated and encouraging team/environment
- Outstanding quality and services
- Personalized treatment based on patient’s worker’s comp injury and specific diagnosis
- Regular communication on progress throughout your rehab/treatment
- Private treatment rooms
- Early & late hours
- Over 17 years of experience
- No charge for medical records
- Conveniently located to serve the Baltimore metropolitan area including but not limited to White Marsh, Rosedale, Essex, Dunkalk and Middle River
Work Injuries Workers Compensation
For those who were seriously injured at work, work injuries workers compensation is a viable option to help pay for the costs of treatment and therapies needed to make a full recovery. We accept workers compensation as a method of payment.
Workers’ Compensation for Treatment & Therapy
If you were injured on the job, workers’ compensation may be the best option for paying treatment costs. In Maryland, injured employees are required to have suffered the injury while at work and the injury must have been an “accidental personal injury arising out of and in the course of employment.”
Under such circumstances as these, medical and chiropractic bills may be eligible to be paid for by workers’ compensation insurance or directly by your employer. Many of our patients who are seeking our treatment and therapy services have a lawyer, but know that it is not required to receive treatment at our facility. If you have questions about how to use workers compensation to cover treatment costs for your injury, contact our offices. We are happy to answer any questions that you have.
Common Work Injuries
Slipping, tripping, falling that results in an injury.
Many jobs are inherently dangerous, posing the risk of slipping, falling, or tripping. When you fall and any degree of negligent behavior is evident on behalf of your employer, you may be eligible to file a workers compensation claim. You can usually use workers’ compensation to help pay for the necessary treatments for injuries you sustained as a result of a slip and fall accident. Our team is happy to coordinate with involved parties regarding use of compensation you received for therapy needed for your injuries.
Repetitive Strain Injuries
Repetitive strain injuries (RSI) can easily arise from repetitive motions and overexertion. After extended periods of time completing the same motions, injuries commonly occur in the Fingers and thumbs, wrists, elbows, arms, shoulders, back, and knees. Any motion or movement, from typing to moving heavy boxes can damage the body over time and cause a repetitive strain injury. RSI may arise from improper lifting technique, lifting, pushing or carrying, assembly line tasks, or even typing without proper ergonomics.
Conditions seen in more physically demanding jobs such as moving or construction can easily lead to overexertion injuries. Similar to repetitive strain injuries, overexertion injuries arise from normal work duties but are typically preventable. Back injuries such as pulled back muscles, spinal cord damage, slipped discs, or cracked vertebrae can happen as a direct result of overexertion. These injuries are most commonly observed among workers doing heavy manual labor based jobs.
Equipment and falling objects striking workers and resulting injury.
For example, if you work in shipping and receiving of a grocery store, a shipment of food that shifted during transit could unexpectedly fall on you and break your knee. When struck by a falling object, or hit by a piece of heavy machinery, the resulting injuries can be severe and require an extended therapy program in order to regain full functionality in the area that was injured.
Crashes or collisions involving work vehicles.
Regardless of safety measures that are in place, when vehicles are an integral part of your daily work responsibilities, accidents are likely to eventually happen. Work injuries involving vehicles range in severity and may require physical therapy to recover fully.
Contact LeMoine Physical Therapy Today
If you were injured at work, we are here to provide you with care needed to get back to where you need to be physically to resume work and life. Contact LeMoine Physical Therapy to speak with a qualified member of our staff regarding use of work injuries workers compensation to pay for treatment costs.