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  • What to Expect in a Work Conditioning Program

    If you have been injured at your workplace and need rehabilitation, you might enter a physical therapy work conditioning program. A work conditioning program is ideal for patients who have shown improvement with other rehabilitation methods but have not met the physical demands of their jobs.

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  • How to Get Physical Therapy Treatment Immediately After a Slip and Fall Injury

    According to the National Security Council, slips and falls are responsible for over one million emergency room visits every year. Experiencing an injury from a slip and fall while on someone else's property can be a painful and overwhelming experience. Receiving an evaluation and immediate treatment is critical in preventing long lasting injuries. If you are injured, it is vital to document the injuries; waiting may affect the outcomes of your slip and fall case.

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  • Returning to Work After an Injury

    When an injury happens on the job, returning to work quickly with full recovery is the primary goal. On average, each work injury results in 21 days of disability and 99 million days of lost productivity annually. The most common work injuries include sprains, strains, cuts, punctures, fractures, and contact with objects and equipment, leading to time off of work. You should see a doctor as soon as possible following an accident at work.

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  • Tips For Treating Whiplash

    Whiplash is the most common non-fatal car crash injury. One car slides into the back of another car. The front driver is suddenly thrown back and sideways. When the neck accelerates and decelerates too quickly for the soft tissue structures to control the motion, whiplash injuries occur.

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