Our doctors are also highly skilled and experienced in the management of work-related illnesses and injuries that are covered by workers’ compensation. For many years, we have cared for patients with these unique conditions to help them achieve a safe, timely recovery and return to work. We fully understand the challenges associated with workplace injuries and are dedicated to providing top-quality care.
For effective results and clear communication, our doctors work in conjunction with the patient, employer, attorney, and insurance carrier in order to establish appropriate work restrictions for each individual patient. This ongoing collaboration ensures that care is carried out to all medical and legal standards. To provide this valuable service to patients and employers alike, our doctors have received specific training in workers’ compensation report writing and have many years of experience in this specialized field.
The spine consists of 24 vertebrae that fit and stack on top of one another. A vertebral subluxation is a partial dislocation of one of these 24 vertebrae from its regular alignment. While this might sound unnerving, this dislocation can be fixed by the right chiropractor to help you get back to a life of pain-free movement. For patients concerned with pain along their spine and vertebral subluxation, we recommend undergoing evaluation by a chiropractor who accepts workers comp in Valley Stream. With Comprehensive Healthcare Group’s chiropractic services, we can help you to not only identify a vertebral subluxation but help treat you with the most personalized and dedicated care.
Causes of Vertebral Subluxation:
Dislocations of bones in our bodies do not typically happen easily and traumatic incidents are often the primary cause. This also stands true for vertebral subluxation. The dislocation is typically caused by injury from car accidents or falls. Bad posture, sitting for long hours at a time, improper lifting, poor diet, and emotional stress are other ways that the spine can be negatively impacted and vertebral subluxations can develop.