Let’s face it; working a job is a major part of our lives where we spend many hours of our day. It is very common that you many get hurt at work, and when that happens you may need medical attention. We handle many patients that are dealing with work injuries at times this may result in days, weeks, months, and even years of treatment.
We have options for all patents no matter what your insurance and legal guidelines are. The most common work related injuries are caused by, overexertion, falling, repetitive motion, being struck by an object, or equipment malfunction. We understand there are other causes and can help you either way. Get a complete Workers Compensation in PA and surrounding areas. Call us today to discuss your options and to learn how we can help you with your pain.
- Pain management treatment
- Physical Therapy
- Neurodiagnostic testing.
- Concussion testing
- PRP Injections
- Back Pain
- Spine injury
- Head & Neck Injuries
Your Workers Comp Benefits
- Quality medical outcomes
- Informed personal healthcare decisions
- Reduced risk of complications or further injury
- Faster return to work – and to economic viability
When you are injured in Delaware or Pennsylvania getting the right diagnosis and treatment is the most important thing you can do for yourself and your workman compensation case.
Grossinger Neuropain Specialists with offices in Delaware and Pennsylvania have experts that will review your workers compensation case and provide expert recommendations. If your comp injuries are a catastrophic or you need rehabilitation we strive for the best possible outcome for you.
As a worker’s compensation case you will direct access to the best medical experts who will review your case and provide you with the best medical care in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
What we provide
- You as an injured worker are active in your worker comp case
- You can feel comfortable that you will have right diagnoses and treatment
- The best recovery plans
- Guidance from Workers Compensations specialists
Workers Compensation Statistics
Injured employees who are out of work for over six months have a 50% chance of returning to the workforce.* *U.S. Department of Labor