Dallas, Texas Acute Care Clinic for Injured Workers
So, you’ve just been injured in a serious accident while on the job. You don’t know where to go, or who to turn to, or what to do. You won’t be able to work for weeks, maybe months, and you see the medical bills piling up in your head. You start to think about the financial issues you’ll have to deal with because you won’t be able to work. You start to think about all of the wonderful things life has to offer that you’re going to have to miss out on until you get better, and you start to worry if you’ll ever heal from the injury you just sustained.
In these trying times, we’re able to provide the kind of acute medical care necessary to get you on the swift road to recovery from your work-related injuries. At Work Injury MD, we’re committed to giving you the best medical care possible, including acute care that helps you with health issues from freak accidents and isolated, traumatic incidents at work. We know that suffering a work-related injury can be a terrifying and painful experience, but we’re here to help injured federal workers in Dallas and surrounding areas.
With a full range of resources at our disposal, our clinic can put together the right acute care plan to suit your needs and get you on the path to a swift and speedy recovery. Our acute care plans will concentrate the healing process into a certain duration or period, after which we can determine if further care is necessary. The important thing to note is that while we’re figuring out the best treatment plan for you, you can focus on resting and healing.
So whether you’ve had a terrible fall and have broken every bone in your body or if you’ve suffered a debilitating back injury that will keep you off of your feet for weeks, our acute care plans are here to help you get healthy again. If you’ve been injured on the job, or know somebody with a work-related injury, call us today. We’re proudly serving injured federal workers in the Dallas area, including Waco, Ennis, and Denton.
Contact us today to learn more about acute care and other treatment options for your injury.
The First Step
In cases of traumatic injuries from isolated incidents, knowing the primary injury and what’s wrong can be painfully obvious. What might not be so obvious, is other injuries that you’ve sustained in addition to your main point of pain. This is why a proper diagnosis of your injury is always the first step to figuring out a treatment plan. In the course of sustaining a back injury from a fall, it’s possible that you’ve also suffered from serious organ damage as well. By making the diagnosis the first step, and running a variety of tests, we can determine the severity of your work-related injuries.
With the proper diagnosis, we’ll be able to get you on an acute care plan that is tailored to your needs. We’ll be able to tell what sort of external treatment plans, such as physiotherapy, may be necessary for the future to avoid re-injury. By covering all of our bases, we’ll be able to give you the optimal care and treatment so you can focus strictly on recovering from your injury.
While a diagnosis is imperative in healing acute injuries with acute care, seeking treatment quickly is also an important factor in getting the best possible treatment. Your chances of a quick and complete recovery from an acute injury are exponentially greater when you have trained medical professionals to examine the situation sooner rather than later. Otherwise, your acute injury can turn into a lifelong pain that is difficult to manage, giving you less time to focus on the things you love in life.
Workers Compensation After Injury
Especially in cases with acute injuries that may have resulted from negligence on the part of your employer, you may be entitled to worker’s compensation. While compensation won’t completely make up for the time lost with an injury, it will certainly help with your medical bills and financial situation in the time that you are unable to work. We provide a variety of services for injured feds seeking worker’s compensation.
We can provide the following to help you with your worker’s compensation claim:
- The proper diagnoses and treatments to get you back to good health.
- The right paperwork and guidance to help you process your worker’s compensation claim.
- The medical records and paperwork you’ll need to process such a claim.
- The answers to any general questions you have about work-related health issues and worker’s compensation.
Contact Us Today
Don’t let an acute injury control your life and determine the quality with which you live it. We’re here to help you through your trying times after your work-related health issues, and we’re positive that we can make a difference for you. With all the stress and anguish of being unable to work, we know that our services can help you focus on what’s important.
Contact us today to schedule your consultation with our physician, or to learn more about the services we provide at our clinic for injured federal workers in Dallas and surrounding areas.