“If You’ve Been Injured, You’ll Want to Know That Acupuncture Can Help.”
Workman’s Comp or Personal injury is defined as bodily harm that comes from being involved in any type of accident or mishap such as:
Accidents on the Job
Bike and pedestrian collisions
Boat and airplane accidents
When you have an accident at work, it is important to ensure you have the best medical care. We have experience with workman comp cases using Acupuncture, Prolotherapy, and PRP. A referral is needed from your doctor, so please ask them to send to us, so that we can begin your treatment quickly.
Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
When there is a motorcycle/auto accident or any personal injury that is covered under another’s insurance plan, or incurs a future liability, please provide the information from the at-fault driver’s insurance company, and start treatment without payment. We will work with your physicians and specialists to ensure that you are receiving the care and treatment that you need.
A motorcycle/car crash can cause many types of injury. If you where discharged from the ER without any fractures or specific injuries requiring surgery, but you are having pain—you may have soft-tissue damage. Your muscles protect your body in many ways. One of those ways is by limiting your range of motion when outside forces act on your body—as happens in an accident. Your muscles and connective tissues (ligaments, tendons, etc.) get jerked and strained in an accident. This causes damage. The pain from these injuries can start immediately after your wreck, or set in over the following days. If you are having ANY pain since your accident, it is a good idea to be seen by an acupuncturist for an evaluation. Soft-tissue injuries usually respond well to acupuncture.
No Referral Necessary
All you have to do is call our office with and the at-fault insurance information, including claim number, accident report, emergency room reports and we’ll do the rest. Our friendly staff will take care of billing the at-fault insurance and work with your attorney to resolve your case.
Don’t Let Your Injuries Become Chronic Problems
Acupuncture not only relieves the pain from injuries (something that drugs can also do), but it also triggers and supports the repair of the injured tissues (something drugs don’t do). This is a key factor in making sure that nagging pain from your accident a week ago doesn’t turn into the nagging pain you’ve had for 20 years.
Acupuncture can be added to treatments you may already be doing for your injuries, such as physical therapy or chiropractic. Acupuncture can also get improvement after other treatments have failed or only achieved limited results. Whether you will use acupuncture on its own, or in combination with other therapies, time is critical; you don’t want to wait any longer than you have to to get started.