Work Injuries (Worker’s Comp)

Ergonomics and Work Injuries- Injury Rehabilitation

Choosing Howard Physical Therapy is your best choice for treating injured workers. With our 27 years of experience in evaluating and treating injured workers, we should be your main source. We are the first physical therapy provider in Western New York to become a certified Workers’ Compensation Healthcare Provider. This means that our services are advanced compared to other providers in the area and it means we provide our staff with training in the knowledge of treating injured workers. Not only do we evaluate your injury, but we also work to treat it and make recovery productive and responsive. Our staff is trained to know when and how to progress each patient’s sessions in a safe and effective manner. We also want to make sure you aren’t at risk for re-injury. 
The benefits of choosing us include: 
  • Reduced cost of work-related injuries and time lost
  • Future injury prevention
  • Clear, concise recommendations for returning to modified work
  • Promote early and safe return to work
  • Assistance in developing an ergonomically correct work station
  • Injury prevention education
  • Personalized, one-on-one care by the same physical therapist
  • New patients scheduled within 24 hours
  • Morning, afternoon and evening hours to accommodate work schedules
  • We process all paperwork, authorizations and variances for the patient
For the most effective way to reduce injuries at work, get in touch with Howard Physical Therapy today and find out more. We reduce expense and decreased productivity with our exceptional rehabilitation services. This will lead to lower health costs, reduced employee turnover, reduced medical/disability claims, fewer lost workdays and increased productivity. 

Common Work Injuries We Treat: 

  • Back and neck pain
  • Sprains and strains of the extremities
  • Slip-and-fall injuries
  • Lifting injuries
  • Fractures
  • Carpal/cubital tunnel & hand/wrist injuries
  • Pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Postural Syndrome
  • Tendonitis & bursitis
  • Repetitive motion injuries
  • Arthritic conditions
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