Injured at Work in Charlotte, NCChiropractic care for worker’s compensation injuries

We often get questions regarding chiropractic care for those injured at work. Chiropractic care is covered under Workers’ Compensation Law in North Carolina. If you are a workers’ compensation patient and you are unhappy with the level of care and treatment you are receiving from your current health care provider, you have the right to make a change to an alternative health care provider. You owe it to yourself and your family to find the best care possible so that you can get back to work safely and in optimal health.

Types of workers comp injuries

Workers comp injuries may include:

Chiropractic care often utilizes natural therapies such as spinal adjustments, massage therapy, and rehabilitative exercises. Massage therapy could possibly be used in conjunction with a spinal adjustment to help patients relax and to loosen stiff muscles. Massage therapy is also effective in reducing inflammation, breaking up painful large scar tissue within the muscles, and lowering pain level.

Top chiropractors treat those injured at work

If you have been injured at work, you should see one of the doctors at ChiroCarolina®. They are spine care specialists who use natural and gentle techniques to treat your injuries. They specialize in treating patients for chronic and acute pain, soft tissue inflammation, accidents, and sports injuries. When it comes to follow-up care, ChiroCarolina® stands above other area clinics. Dr. Rice, Dr. Saario, and Dr. Ali are passionate about relieving neck pain and providing high quality chiropractic care for their patients. They have delivered excellent chiropractic care to thousands of patients throughout the south: including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, and Texas. Call them today for an evaluation of your work related injury. ChiroCarolina® is one of Charlotte’s top chiropractic centers providing top chiropractic care for the uptown, NoDa, and University area- located conveniently off North Tryon Street.