If you have been injured on the job and your employer is registered with the WORKPLACE SAFETY AND INSURANCE BOARD ( WSIB ), you are entitled to CHIROPRACTIC BENEFITS for the treatment of your injuries.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW…..
You are entitled to a 8 WEEKS of care.
You may be entitled to an extension depending upon the extent of your injury or injuries.
It is important to file a report of your injury immediately with your company nurse or human resources rep.
You do not need a medical referral for chiropractic care if you have been injured on the job.
Chiropractors are primary health care providers and YOU CAN REFER YOURSELF.
If you consulted with your family medical doctor or a walk-in clinic doctor first, and you then decide to go for chiropractic treatments or this doctor recommends chiropractic treatments, YOU WILL NEED A REFERRAL NOTE FROM THAT DOCTOR FOR CHIROPRACTIC CARE.
We have filed numerous claims with the WSIB over the years on behalf of our patients.
Our staff are extremely competent at processing your claims properly and in a timely fashion.
The doctors at Life Chiropractic are very experienced and highly competent in treating work-related injuries.
WE CAN HELP THE FOLLOWING WORK-REALTED INJURIES….
Sprains and strains of the cervical spine (neck) joints.
Soft-tissue (muscle) injuries of the cervical spine (neck).
Minor injuries to the disc tissue of the cervical spine (neck).
Whiplash injuries to the neck. ( if you drive for a company and are involved in a motor vehicle accident while on the job, you are entitled to WSIB benefits.)
Sprain and strain injuries of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand or finger joints.
Any minor dislocations of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand or fingers joints.
Soft-tissue injuries to the muscles surrounding the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand or fingers.
Sprains and strains of the thoracic spine joints ( mid-back and between the shoulder blades).
Sprains and strains of the rib-cage joints.
Minor dislocations of the ribs.
Lifting injuries to the lumbar spine (lower back).
Sciatic leg pains as a result of a lifting injury to the lower back.
Sprains and strains of the lumbar spine joints (lower back).
Soft-tissue (muscle) injuries of the lumbar spine (lower back).
Minor injuries to the disc tissue of the lumbar spine (lower back).
Sprain and strain injuries of the hip, knee, ankle or joints of the feet.
Any minor dislocations of the hip, knee, ankle or joints of the feet.
Soft-tissue injuries to the muscles surrounding the hip, knee, ankle or feet.
Sprain and strain injuries of the sacro-iliac joint.
Minor dislocations of the sacro-iliac joint.
If you are not sure of the exact nature of your work-related injury, please call our office to make an appointment and we will assist you in determining the correct diagnosis.
If you are not sure if we can help you with your work-related injury, there is no charge to speak to the doctor. All you have to do is call and make an appointment for a free initial consultation.
If your injury is not one that we can help, we will refer you to the appropriate doctor or specialist immediately.
Remember that chiropractic treatments can help you heal faster , can help you heal better and get you back on the job sooner.