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If you have been injured on the job or in a work-related accident, you might qualify for chiropractic treatment. Chiropractic care is an effective way to treat many conditions. As a result, workers compensation benefits can pay for your treatment in some cases. Conveniently located in Salem, OR, Whitmire Chiropractic, we offer complete workers compensation treatment for injuries and diseases related to your job.
Under Oregon State Law, you can seek care with a chiropractor for 18 visits or for 60 days utilizing your workers compensation benefits. After that, your workers compensation insurance can request that you seek treatment from SAIF medical providers (unless special provisions apply to your case). Starting in January of 2014, if you have a chiropractor before you receive an injury, then that provider can treat you for the duration of your injury.
Chiropractors are the perfect physicians to treat your physical injuries because of their extensive training and education. They can provide the following services:
• Rehabilitation of work injuries
• Knowledge of the human body
• Ergonomic recommendations for when you return to work
At Whitmire Chiropractic, we will take your full history, conduct a thorough examination, and keep a detailed history of your treatment. Our goal is to provide a caring, healing environment with respect for your privacy and dignity.
Whitmire Chiropractic offers treatment for many conditions and complaints. We utilize a variety of treatment types including low force and manipulative adjusting, massage, stretching, deep tissue, e-stim, TENS, hot or cold packs, traction, and rehabilitation exercises in office. We will also provide training for home exercise and care, sports injury prevention techniques, and nutritional counseling. You will benefit from the latest advancements in the chiropractic field as well as state-of-the-art facilities at our office.
• Muscle spasm
• Rib and chest pain
• Most disc disorders
• Lower back pain
• Tendon pain
• Ankle sprains
• Carpal tunnel
• Tennis elbow
• Jumpers knee
• Rotator cuff Injuries
• TMJ disorders
• Shoulder, neck, and arm pain
• Some stress disorders
• Some allergy and asthma disorders
Contact us to learn more or to ask about a particular condition that you have.
You do not have to live with the pain you are experiencing. If your pain is due to work conditions or injuries, we can help. Our unique treatment plans are very successful at decreasing pain, healing injuries, and improving our patients’ quality of life. Best of all, the law entitles you to receive quality chiropractic care through your workers compensation plan. Give us a call today to schedule your appointment.