Hello and welcome to our Maryland Workers' Compensation blog for The Center Annapolis. We provide therapy to ALL Workers Comp patients who have been hurt on the job and require treatment regardless of employer private, county, state or federal.
Here's just a short list of some of the injuries we provide therapy for:
- Leg Pain
- Neck Pain
- Repetitive Strain Injury
- Joint Pain
- Foot Pain
- Back Pain
- Knee Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Hand / Wrist Pain
- Range of movement
We treat any employee who has an on the job injury including postal workers, police officers, firemen, Maryland state employees, Anne Arundel County employees and Annapolis city employees.
For Federal Workers Compensation Claims we provide therapy to workers from all branches of government including postal workers. If you require the CA-1 Form for Federal Workers' Compensation claims we have a direct download link on our website.
Workers' Compensation Therapy for Construction Workers, Skilled Laborers & Tradesmen
Skilled laborers such as construction workers are often hurt on the job at a higher rate than some occupations and at times their injuries can be severe. The Center Annapolis has experience treating all types of skilled laborers such as iron workers, electricians, dry wall installers and finishers, HVAC technicians, construction equipment operators, factory workers, welders, mechanics just to name a few. Our treatments specialize in pain management, returning function to damaged areas and getting injured workers back to work when possible.
Workers Compensation for Repetitive Strain Injuries & Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
Repetitive strain injuries (RSI) such as typing, factory assembly line work can cause severe pain and loss of function including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The Center Annapolis treats these patients on a regular basis. On our next posting, we'll talk more about this painful condition.
Workers Comp Therapy - Who Do I Use?
The law states that as a worker YOU CHOOSE who provides your medical care and therapy. Do not let anyone force you to see any health care provider you don't want to use. We accept all types of workers' compensation patients.
Contact The Center Annapolis Today
Remember, if you need therapy for your on the job injury please contact The Center Annapolis at 410-320-8484 or through our website at www.CenterAnnapolis.com. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and assist with paperwork as well. We look forward to helping you feel better.