“Arrow has dedicated physical therapists for workers compensation patients. We’ll help you recover, get back to work, and enjoy the level of movement and flexibility you once had.”
-Shawn B, PT
Work Place Injuries
Injured workers are a lot like injured athletes; only the playing field is different. And like an athlete’s injury, doctors typically recommend physical therapy to treat a work injury. Our physical therapists determine current physical limitations and provide evidence-based treatment for improved endurance, flexibility, and strength.
People who have been injured on the job have a unique set of circumstances. An Arrow physical therapist will develop a treatment plan that is specifically targeted for your circumstances and injury. Goals are created in your workers compensation Initial Evaluation, and our team of experts will help you achieve these goals.
We are your coach and partner to enable a return to work efficiently and safely. Treatment may include manual therapy, joint mobilization, therapeutic exercise, stretching, and work simulation tasks geared toward your job duties. Physical therapy is a holistic treatment that often combines multiple treatment options for recovery. Improving function every day is what we do best!
- We accept all workers’ compensation insurances
- Provide extended hours for treatments, including early morning and evening appointments
- Schedule you quickly, offering same day appointments when able
- Communicate with involved shareholders in a worker compensation case on a regular basis for necessary updates
Services We Offer for Workers Compensation Patients
- Physical Therapy
- Work Conditioning/Work Hardening (select locations)
If you’ve been injured in the workplace, Contact us at our Springfield, Union, or Woodbridge centers for a one-on-one consultation and full assessment. Our physical therapists are skilled and committed to your recovery and safe return to work.
“Thank you Ana and team for working with me efficiently in fixing the back pain, leg pain and numbness in my right leg below the knee. When I first started, I couldn’t sit or stand for more than 15 minutes. Now, I can sit or more than 3 hours. Also, my numbness is completely gone. Thanks again for everything and keep up the good work! “
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