Work Comp. Hurt at work. Work-related back injury. Neck injury.
Colorado Springs employers and employees alike don’t like these words. Everyone wants to dodge the occurance of back injury at work and the hip, knee and ankle
trouble that often results. But how? The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR works with individual
Colorado Springs workers and is more than ready to work with a
Colorado Springs company to establish a program to avoid work-related injuries.
160,000,000 office workers (knowledge workers) and 2/3 of
the developed countries use computers on a daily basis. (1)
Colorado Springs employers ask themselves
- how can we cut down on or wipe out work related back
- how can acute back pain
injuries be tended to so they don’t become chronic?
- what work procedures can be
installed to lower occurances, cost and productivity loss?
All are great
questions that the Colorado Springs chiropractor is ready to tackle.
The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR can help local companies identify potential
and actual back pain and extremity pain employees for preventive care.
The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR can help reduce occupational conditions that contribute to back
pain by developing alternative conditions for the company to initiate.
The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR can offer training to Colorado Springs employees on specific
conditions of the spine and how to prevent exacerbating pain in them. And maybe
most importantly, The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR works
with the injured employee to return to work a confident employee who knows how to best
care for his or her spine and not fear its re-injury. That’s employee
appreciation on the Colorado Springs company’s part.
Details of the Plan
The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR looks for early signs and symptoms of
musculoskeletal pain like general tension to prevent future pain. (2) Joint
angles – knee, ankle, lumbar spine, hip - required to lift maximum weight and
not injure a spine can be analyzed in the work environment and adapted as
needed. (3) Colorado Springs at-risk of re-injury workers may even be
identified when they seem to be ready
for return to work by their muscle responses. Low back injury patients tend
to use their thoracic spine more. (4) Sometimes occupational injury may be related
to something as simple as the clothing and equipment employees use (5) or
having a support group for workers in pain to reach out to onsite. (6) Now that can be addressed pretty easily. It may just
take an outsider to come in with “new eyes” and see something that can help.
Reality and Help
Occupational low back pain is the most expensive form of
work disability in terms of actual financial costs as well as social costs and
productivity costs. Persistent low back pain is particularly expensive in
relation to acute and subacute low back pain. (6) In Colorado Springs,
chiropractic influence and care at The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR benefits both the employer
and the employee. Work-related back pain need not frustrate either.
The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR welcomes the opportunity to work with Colorado Springs
employers and employees to make the workplace a back-safe place. Contact us
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