U.S. Department of Labor Injuries
Treatment of Federal Work-Related Injuries | Federal Workers’ Compensation Claims | Occupational Injury and Illness
If you’re a federal employee and you’ve been hurt on the job, your first concern is finding the best treatment to help you fully recover from your injuries. But, how will you pay for the care you need? If your injuries keep you from doing your job, how will you meet your financial obligations? Are you at risk of losing your job if you need to take weeks or months off to fully recover?
As a federal worker, you have a number of programs available to you in the aftermath of a work-related injury. Most federal workers are eligible for benefits through the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (OWCP) if they suffer an injury on the job. In addition, you may be entitled to unpaid leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), with a guarantee that your job will be waiting for you when you return (provided you are not gone more than 13 weeks).
At Ideal Chiropractic, we understand the many concerns you may have after a workplace injury or illness. We provide comprehensive treatment to federal workers who have been hurt in the course of their employment. We will also help you take the right steps to secure any benefits to which you are entitled. To schedule an appointment, contact us online or call our office at 972-252-PAIN (7246).
Effective and Thorough Treatment of Your Injuries
At Ideal Chiropractic, we understand the anxiety that you may experience as the result of a work-related injury or illness. We will listen carefully to learn the details of your accident and conduct a full examination to identify the full extent of your injuries. Our professional team will prescribe and implement a treatment plan that will focus on healing your injuries and managing your pain.
We handle all types of injuries suffered on the job, including:
- Back and neck injuries.
- Shoulder, arm, wrist and hand injuries.
- Hip, leg, ankle and foot injuries.
- Occupational illnesses or diseases.
- Traumatic injuries.
- Repetitive motion or stress injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome.
We understand that securing the benefits to which you are entitled can be a confusing and intimidating process. We’ll put you in touch with professionals who can help you take the right measures to apply for workers’ compensation benefits, assist with completion of any Department of Labor injury forms, or help you file for leave under the FLMA.
Contact Us Today
To take the first step toward recovery from a work-related injury or schedule an appointment, send us an e-mail or call our office at 972-252-PAIN (7246).