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How Chiropractic Care Can Help With Workplace Injuries

Millions of workplace injuries occur each year —some of them being serious enough to keep employees out of work for days, weeks, and even months. At Metro Healthcare Partners, we understand that this is not an ideal scenario for several patients who cannot afford to take that much time off work for an injury. Not to mention patients who are not able to endure the pain that follows many workplace injuries. 

Metro Healthcare Partners has several board-certified chiropractors who have experience handling patients who are suffering from musculoskeletal problems due to workplace injuries. Chiropractic care offers a variety of treatments that help improve many symptoms, and they are all non-invasive, natural solutions. Read to discover how chiropractic care methods can help with workplace injuries and promote a quick and healthy recovery.

Why is chiropractic care a good option for treating workplace injuries?

When you see a chiropractor, they will first evaluate your injury and pinpoint the root cause of your pain. From there, they will choose a method that best fits your specific needs. Chiropractors use a variety of treatment techniques, including spinal manipulation, decompression, physical therapy, and more. All of these methods are used to help:

Reduce pain

First and foremost, chiropractic care will help reduce the pain of your workplace injury. Chiropractors use certain methods to manipulate the body’s alignment to provide immediate relief, improve function, and help the body heal itself. While many people associate chiropractors with back pain, they also can help alleviate pain from injuries in the neck, joints, hips, head, and various other locations around the body. No matter what type of workplace injury you may have, seeing a chiropractor will most likely always be beneficial. 

Improve range of motion

Injuries that occur in the neck or back may cause the victim to feel stiffness and a loss of overall flexibility. Chiropractic treatments such as spinal manipulation and adjustments, trigger point therapy, electrical stimulation, and cold laser therapy are all used to improve flexibility and restore normal range of motion.

Reduce inflammation

When parts of the body are injured and misaligned, inflammation is typically the body’s natural response. Inflammation can be characterized by pain, swelling, and sometimes even loss of function in more severe cases. Chiropractic adjustments have proven to reduce inflammation in the joints. Once you have received the treatment, your body naturally raises the levels of certain anti-inflammatory agents, essentially helping it to heal on its own.

Minimize scar tissue

One of the good things about scar tissue is that it can be broken up, and chiropractors have access to several techniques that work to break down scar tissue. Instrument adjustment affected manipulation, and trigger point therapy is just a few of the many methods chiropractors use to break down scar tissues. 

Relieve stress

Often, getting injured on the job can lead to a buildup of emotional stress, which can be just as detrimental to the body as the actual injury. Over time, stress can lower the immune system, which makes the body more vulnerable to diseases. Stress can also cause a person’s muscles to tense and contract leading to more pain. Chiropractic adjustments release all the tension held in the muscles, which immediately relaxes the body and increases blood circulation. This type of care is meant to relax patients and positively impact a patient’s mental health.


Schedule an Appointment with Metro Healthcare Partners

If you have suffered from a workplace injury, do not wait to seek medical attention. Metro Healthcare Partners is a multi-specialty medical clinic located in Brooklyn, NY. We accept workers’ compensation, no-fault, medical liens, and most major medical insurance plans.

Our team includes board-certified, fellowship-trained specialists, including physical therapists, chiropractors, orthopedic surgeons, pain management specialists, and more. If you are seeking medical attention after a workplace accident, we encourage you to contact our offices today to schedule an appointment.