The potential and stress of being hurt on the job isn’t something that many like to think about. For employees, living in pain and worrying about returning to work can be incredibly stressful. For employers, losing the employee for an undetermined amount of time may have negative consequences, leaving them hoping for a speedy recovery.
At the Center for Spine & Pain Medicine, getting employees back to work safely and efficiently is always a top priority. With years of combined experience in pain management techniques both surgical and non-surgical, consider us your partners for safe, strong recoveries to get employees back to work as quickly as possible. Our board-certified physicians are highly skilled, and specialize in advanced Interventional Pain Management techniques to treat both chronic and acute pain.
Our team will determine the best course of action for treating pain suffered while on the job, using methods including:
- Return-to-Work Assessments
- Non-Surgical Care
- Ambulatory Surgery
- Minimally Invasive Procedures
- Lifestyle Adjustments
While the experts at the Center for Spine & Pain Medicine are well-versed in many types of treatment, our dedicated physicians will always look to treat pain using non-surgical techniques when possible. Avoiding surgery will often allow for a shorter recovery time, enabling the employee to return to work when safe. Our approach may also minimize or eliminate the need for prescriptive opioid-based narcotics, which are used for temporary pain relief rather than a long-term solution.
We have assisted many employees deal with their pain and return to work, leaving employers and case managers pleased with the efficient outcomes of our specialized treatment plans. The experts at Center for Spine & Pain Medicine are dedicated to honoring timely communication in order to achieve the best results for both the employer and employee.
If you’re an employer, onsite, or near-site provider looking to refer a patient, simply complete the form below to learn more about how we can help you reduce lost days due to employee injury.
If you’ve suffered a work-related injury, be sure to check with your employer before starting any treatment for work-related injuries. It is vital that you begin treatment as soon as possible, but remaining on the same page with your employer is essential for a smooth recovery process and eventual return to work. You may also call us at (706) 279-2635 (Dalton & Chattanooga) or (678) 450-1222 (Gainesville), or contact us